easy DIY fall decorating

We recently moved, and part of turning our house our home has been the tiny tweaks and touches that come from DIY decor. The weather is gorgeous today, and we decided to take advantage of it by making our front door a little more welcoming, just in time for fall.

  • Jonny repainted the door, which transformed it from a drab + scratched green to a warm + inviting red.
  • A DIY yarn wreath with felt flowers adds some brightness to the door. (And the colors transition to winter pretty perfectly.)
  • Straw stacks + mini pumpkins gave it a fall vibe without going too Country Home. No scarecrows here.
  • The paint chip + scrapbook paper bunting (So easy! Just cut triangles, use hole punch, and add to yarn.) used to adorn my kitchen, but I haven’t found a place for it in our new abode. I decided to cut it in half and use it for some fun outdoor decor. (It’s under an awning, so it should be safe from the elements)

About Kayla

I'm a full-time journalist turned work-at-home writer. I'm hitched to a shaggy-haired pastor and we're smitten with two wild + crazy boys: Joseph (3), who joined our family via international adoption, and Asher (1), who came the old-fashioned way. I drink strong coffee, I like pretty things, and I believe there's beauty in the broken. I hope Many Sparrows will encourage you to find worth and live a story worth sharing. When I’m not changing diapers and sweeping Cheerios, I’m tickling the ivory keys of my old school MacBook as a freelance writer and editor. And when I’m not doing that, I’m sneaking into the living room in the wee hours of the night to blog about all of the things. (Primarily faith, family, style, adoption, design, and happy thoughts.)
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