Glam Up Your Fall With Gold-inspired Crafts to Decorate Your Home

Glam Up Your Fall With Gold-inspired Crafts to Decorate Your Home

Just in case you haven’t noticed, gold seems to be everywhere this autumn! If you’re ready to join the gold rush, we’ve gathered 5 gold-inspired fall projects that even newbie crafters can tackle as a weekend project for decorating the home. With materials like Mod Podge, gold foil, gold glitter, fall leaves, and ribbons, these simple projects will definitely be a joy to make!

DIYs: Fall Décor with Gold That Are Easy to Make!

Glam Up Your Fall With Gold-inspired Crafts to Decorate Your Home // Curated Finds by Bellenza

From your living room to the front porch, these crafty fall ideas are fun to make and can be altered and enhanced throughout the season.

1 – Make a rustic centerpiece terrarium for decorating your coffee table via West Elm. This DIY makes use of materials like succulents, stones, and faceted terrariums.

2 – Hang a glamorous fall wreath on your front door! This wreath uses a pretty black-stripped ribbon and faux gold leaves held up by a wire hanger. See this super easy DIY via Making Home Base.

3 – Create glittery gold pumpkins in white! These are great for decorating your mantel, table centerpieces, or front porch! Be sure to vary the size of the pumpkins for an interesting look. You can also add a chic effect through the use of color blocking, splashes of neon paint, and ombre. See this on Fly Away Design.

4 – Assemble bright gilded branches in upcycled wine bottles or glass jars for a quick table centerpiece! Find this on The House of Wood.

5 – Create a modern wall of canvas art for your living room with this DIY of using black and gold leaf via The Gathered Home.

Please be sure to visit these blogs for detailed instructions! Didn’t we tell you these projects were easy? Tell us what you’ve done for fall! We’d love to share them with our readers.

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