modern fall craft tutorials

fall crafts

I’ve compiled collections of my favorite Fall crafts in the past (as well as my favorite Halloween tutorials), but I wanted to create a collection of not just creative, but modern and on-trend, Fall tutorials to share with you all. There was so much to choose from, but I’ve narrowed it down to 35 of my favorites. Happy Crafting!

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minted strawberry too

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sparkle living

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sprinkle of cinnamon

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bali

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the crafty crow

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say yes

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encourage fashion

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a simple pantry

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hello wonderful

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upcycled treasures

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babble dabble do

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simple happenstance

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erin with ay

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little white whale

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little monster

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visual meringue

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play. party. pin.

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tatertots & jello

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confetti sunshine

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say yes

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positively splendid

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north story

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hey love designs

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a joyful riot

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a joyful riot

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mod podge canvas photo display {a tutorial}

I found this colorful pack of tissue paper at Target a few weeks ago, and have been using it for all sorts of applications ever since. Finding an 8×10 canvas lying around my craft room, I decided to decoupage an easy photo display. Love how bright and colorful it is! Read on for the how-to…

This decoupage, DIY photo display is the perfect way to playfully and colorfully display a favorite photo. Make for yourself or as a gift!
Materials:

  • Mod Podge Gloss
  • Canvas
  • Foam Brush
  • Ribbon or Twine
  • Tissue Paper
  • Washi Tape (optional)

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Step 1: Gather your supplies and cut or tear your tissue paper into squares.

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Step 2: Start mod podging your pieces of tissue paper onto your canvas. I worked in small sections, applying Mod Podge, adding the tissue paper, and moving to another section. Once a section was dry, I went back and added more Mod Podge and layered more tissue paper. There’s really no wrong way to go about this, just have fun creating your colorful canvas!

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Almost there! Once dry, add 2-3 coats of Mod Podge, letting your canvas dry fully in between coats.

Step 3: For a little extra color and pattern, I added a length of washi tape around the sides of my canvas. If you’d rather, you can instead also cover the sides with Mod Podge and tissue paper.

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Step 4: You can stop here if you’d like, and just use tape (or Mod Podge!) to attach a photo, but I wrapped my canvas with baker’s twine and tied it in the back. I can easily slip pictures in and out and change them up whenever the urge strikes.

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And that’s it! Display on a shelf or wall, step back, and admire your new creation!

This decoupage, DIY photo display is the perfect way to playfully and colorfully display a favorite photo. Make for yourself or as a gift!

Have a lovely day!

    


marbled acrylic tile coasters {a tutorial}

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Coasters! They’re an easy craft project, fun to make and gift, and so easy to customize. I create personalized coasters in my etsy shop, but wanted to tackle a material I’ve never used for coasters before–acrylic tiles!

Materials:

  • 4 Square Acrylic Tiles
  • Mod Podge
  • Foam Brush
  • Patterned Paper or Fabric

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Step 1: Gather your materials. You can cut your acyrlic sheet yourself using a table saw, but you may be able to find a home improvement store willing to do that for you. Trace your tile onto the back of your paper and cut. Do this for each tile. Love the paper? I got it from Paper Source!

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Step 3: Use your Mod Podge to cover one side of the tile. Place your paper (patterned side down), over your tile and press firmly. Once dry, use the Mod Podge to seal over the paper.

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Let dry, and that’s it!

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Cute, right? I think a set of these would make a great hostess or housewarming gift!

Thanks for reading!