Fall DIY’s

Samantha Cunningham, Features Writer

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For those of you who celebrate Halloween, it’s right around the corner! I am going to be showing you some quick fall DIY’s. Some of these things you could find lying around your house. These DIY’s can turn into incredibly cute/creative things you can decorate around your house. Let’s get started!

Toilet Paper Pumpkin

What you will need

  • toilet paper (probably lying in your bathroom)
  • orange fabric
  • fake leaves
  • brown paper
  • A hot glue gun
  • Scissors

First, take your toilet paper and start rolling your orange fabric around it. Once you see that it is completely covered, hot glue it then cut the access. I might flap down so either tuck it in or glue it. Then, take your fake leaves and glue it to the inside roll. If you don’t want the inside showing, take brown paper and roll it up. Glue it together and you’re done!          

Yarn Pumpkin

What you will need

  • Balloons
  • Yarn
  • Glue
  • Brown pipe cleaner
  • Scissors

Take the glue and pour the bottle of glue into a bowl or cup. Take your yarn and cut it to your desired amount. Then soak your yarn in the glue. Blow up the balloon into a circular ball shape and tie it shut. Then, wrap the yarn all around the pumpkin. Let it dry for about 24 hours. When you see it’s completely dry, pop the balloon with your scissors or something sharp. If you would like to, roll a brown pipe cleaner like the one in the picture. You can glue it on with any leftover glue you have or tape it.

Painted Acorns

What you will need

  • Acorns (found outside)
  • Acrylic paint
  • Paintbrush

First, take your acorns and put them in a bowl or something to hold them so they don’t all roll away as your painting. Then wet your brush and dip it in some paint. Any colors could be used for this but I prefer some autumn colors that will really pop! Then go ahead and paint them. Let them dry when you’re done. Take about 4 hours and they should be done the drying. Take a jar or little decorative plates and drop them in there! 

These were all of the fall DIY’s I have for you today. Nothing special but yet could be used around your house for decorating. These were all super easy to do! Have a spook-o-ween!

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