Do you decorate for fall? Even if you don’t yet, here are 15 fabulous fall bunting and garland tutorials to inspire you to start.
1. Source: Positively Splendid
Use up that stash of fabric scraps you’ve been hoarding to make this fabric leaf and wooden bead autumn garland.
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Not only is this cinnamon stick and orange slice garland gorgeous, it also smells amazing! And it’s great for all of fall and winter, too.
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Fall leaves gathered from the yard get glammed up up with a bit of spray paint. Combined with the pine cones, they make a beautiful, natural autumn garland.
4. Source: White House Crafts
Simple paper shapes get combined to make this darling paper pumpkin garland.
5. Source: The House that Lars Built
I love love LOVE the gradual progression of colors in this crepe paper fall leaf garland.
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So I hear there’s some sort of sporting thing that’s popular in the autumn? Football, I think? Even though I don’t watch the game, I do appreciate an awesome football bunting when I see one.
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Another great way to use up fabric scraps in this acorn garland. I love the use of leather cording to string the fabric acorns and the mix of fabrics.
8. Source: Say Yes
Pumpkin pie lends itself nicely to bunting, don’t you think? This tutorial is luxurious and made from copper sheeting.
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It’s even easier just to use copper spray paint and real leaves, though! Add a little baker’s twine, and you have an amazing autumn garland.
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Here’s another leaf garland tutorial that will transition from fall to winter: A golden laurel leaf garland or wreath.
11. Source: A Thoughtful Place
I’m thankful for this paper “be thankful” garland tutorial! Brown craft paper just seems right for fall crafts, doesn’t it?
12. Source: Happiness is Homemade
I live in Phoenix, so if I want fall leaves, I’m going to have to make them myself. These watercolor paper leaves are right up my alley.
13. Source: House of Jade
I pretty much never say “no” to glitter, so I love this glittered falling leaves garland tutorial.
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Turn old book pages into acorns with this tutorial. I love the mix of fabric and paper, and the textured mix of patterns.
15. Source: Less-Than-Perfect Life of Bliss
More pie bunting! This one is no-sew, and made from felt. And I just can’t resist those pom pom whipped cream toppings.