Simple Fall Garland
All this week the weather has been so gorgeous here. It’s actually starting feel a bit like fall and not summer (as it’s been around 85-90 degrees since early this year). The cooler weather made me convince Kevin to get out the fire pit and drink minty hot chocolate.
I stepped away from the computer for a little bit today to make this simple fall inspired garland. I cut organic leaf shapes out of felt scraps and sewed them together with a needle and some baker’s twine. I’m planning on hanging this garland in the doorway between the living room and the kitchen.
Here are a few things I found inspiring this week:
The Tinsel Holiday Crafting Workshop in Atlanta.
A brillant way to temporary add pattern to your drinkware.
Love this simple fall table centerpiece.
These glitter magnets are a perfect way to add some sparkle to your fridge.
Christmas stuff already? That’s ok, I’d gladly have this modern advent calendar in my home.
What a lovely little project! Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon :)
Thanks Katie! It’s the perfect project to do when you’re watching a movie or chatting with friends!