It’s almost that time again where you’re having family and friends over for the holidays. If you’re tired of your dusty decorations that you use year after year, don’t worry about purchasing all-new decorations. Instead, try to spruce up your home this fall with these super simple and easy DIY decorating hacks!
You probably have a lot of fun things lying around your home that you don’t even remember are in there! Look around in the back of closets or the bottom of drawers. Open up every nook and cranny of your home to find some simple decorating items. You don’t have to go out and buy tings that you already have. Old vases, shoe boxes, and flannel shirts can all be used to create new and fun fall decorations that will really spice up your home this holiday season.
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On a Budget
Don’t worry about breaking the bank! There are a lot of simple items you can find at your local dollar store that might surprise you. Of course, the décor section is full of items such as glass vases, jars, and bottles that are perfect for fall centerpieces. They also have fall florals, wreath forms, and picture frames that you can use to create door hangers. Their craft aisle are full of fun things like spray adhesive, mod podge, and colorful hot glue sticks that can all be used to put your DIY crafts together and keep them looking fresh! In the home improvement section of these stores you will find wire, twine, fishing line that can be used to hang and hold your new fall decorations in place!
The biggest decorating hack when it comes to fall décor is getting outside and using what you find in nature! Pinecones, fallen leaves, and sticks are all staple pieces that you’re sure to find at every over-priced craft store. You don’t have to waste your money on things you have right outside in your backyard. Your local grocery store will have apples, pumpkins, and gourds that you can also add to your fall decorations without spending a fortune on fake ones. Of course, if you want to go about it organically, you can hit up a local pumpkin patch or apple orchard to pick your own.
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