Farmhouse Thanksgiving DIY Projects To Start Today
Do you love fall DIY projects as much as I do? I am a sucker for a banner and a farmhouse inspired sign! We have a collection of farmhouse Thanksgiving DIY projects that will keep you busy and your home decorated with your own special personality!
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What is my favorite DIY tool?
I am obsessed with my Cricut cutting machine! At least once a week, I am cutting out paper lanterns, making custom shirts, and even putting together easy gifts for friends and family. My Cricut took my love of DIY and made it so much easier!
So I definitely included some Cricut crafts in this list.
I also love projects that aren't too childish. I love decorating my house, but we don't have small children. So my crafting collection is aimed at ideas for adults.
You may remember when I found these Jenga game blocks at my local thrift store. I’ve been having lots of fun making all different kids of crafts with them. But today, I’m thrilled to show you a super easy way to make your own Thanksgiving blocks with these game blocks and no saw is needed.
I used to have so many of these Jenga blocks in the game closet. Now I wish I had them! This is so cute and something that you could make with your Cricut too.
How to make a wood pumpkin for Thanksgiving is a super easy project that requires minimal tools and hardly any patience. The hardest part is waiting for the paint to dry so that you can get your pumpkin ready and done. And, if you wanted, you could take your pumpkin porch sign and have the kids make felt cut-outs of jack-o-lantern facepieces to stick on it for Halloween. That’s what I call multi-purpose decorations!
Fall is among us and this Pumpkin Fall Sign Cricut Craft is perfect for updating your home decor this season. In about under 45 minutes you could have this Cricut craft done and hanging on your wall!.
From potlucks to house parties, a crafty snack bar can be quite the crowd pleaser. Go above and beyond the usual fondue and candies with this creative caramel apple bar. Your guests will be delighted to create their custom candied apples with toppings catered to their favorite fall flavors! The best part? You can easily construct this show-stopping sweets station with 4 simple Cricut projects. Our helpful how-tos for fall-themed garland, labels, and table décor will have you prepped for your next candy-coated celebration.
5-Step DIY Fall Farmhouse Book Stack
Ah, the fall farmhouse aesthetic…what could be cozier?? I’m really loving the look of cute little typewriter-style book stacks recently, so I knew I needed to try to make my own DIY fall farmhouse book stack to go with my fall decor. I would certainly use my Cricut for the lettering here!
With a few materials and a little time, you can create these DIY sweater pumpkins to get your home all cozy for fall. One sweater can make at least 5 pumpkins (4 smaller and 1 larger), so you can have one for every room 🙂
I am always seeing these cute little sweater pumpkins and I even have purchased a few. Now I want to make them!
I am so excited to bring you this sewing project! It has been one of my favorites for a long time. Today, I’m going to show you How To Make A Hanging Kitchen Towel! This fun and simple project is perfect for any kitchen and a must-have accessory in my book. This cute hanging towel stores out of the way when not in use and pulls double-duty when you need it. This hanging towel features a built-in potholder so you can go right from the oven to the serving on the table while protecting your hands and your surfaces from hot dishes.
This one reminds me of the kitchens in the South where I grew up. I believe every kitchen had one of these hanging on the oven door.
I would use my Cricut with HVT to iron on the image and words to make this a little easier. But you could sew it too.