Fall Garden Decor Adorable DIY Picks You’ll Love


It’s the time of year when we all start thinking about decorating our yards. For those of us who have gardens, this can be a fun task. And it’s easy too! You don’t need to go out and spend a lot of money on decorations, just think outside the box and look around your yard or home for things that could make great decorations. Here are some ideas:

The adorable DIY picks you will love

This is a great way to add some personal style to your garden, and it’s easy to do! All you need is a little creativity, a pair of scissors or an exacto knife, foam core board (or poster board), glue gun and some twine or ribbon.

  • Cut out leaf shapes from the foam core board (or poster board) in various sizes and colors. Try not to go too small or they may be difficult to hold onto.
  • Glue them on sticks with hot glue – this will give them extra strength so they don’t fall off easily when moving around your garden. If you don’t have sticks at home, try using branches instead! You can also use dowels if that’s easier for you but make sure they have enough room in between each other so that you can put bulbs in between when planting time comes around!
  • Once everything has dried completely (about 24 hours), tie ribbons/twine onto each end of each stick/branch. If needed use wire cutters/pliers for any stubborn knots holding back flowers from blooming freely throughout your yard!

This beautiful fence is sure to keep the spirits away!

The best part about this project is that it can be used in any season. You could use the same supplies for a Halloween or Christmas decoration, or even make it into an Easter decoration by using pastel flowers and eggs instead.

As far as cost goes, you’ll want to make sure you have some money set aside for the fence itself (which will depend on what size and shape you want), as well as materials like rope lights and plastic pumpkins (you should also consider how many of each type of flower you plan on using). If your budget is limited, consider purchasing fake flowers instead of real ones—as long as they’re placed properly in your garden bed, no one will know that they aren’t real!

These adorable trees are a beautiful way to welcome fall into your yard.

Making these adorable trees is easy and fun, but you can also play around with the design. For example, you can make them as large or small as you’d like, and use different types of paper for different parts of the tree—maybe star-shaped paper for the top part! You could also use scrapbooking paper or paintable vinyl instead of plain white cardstock to give your decorations more texture and depth.

If you’re feeling adventurous (or simply have too much time on your hands), why not decorate each tree differently? This will add some variety to your yard’s autumn décor while tying together all of its other elements into one over-the-top fall display.

This light up pumpkin will follow you home this fall!

A light up pumpkin is a great way to add some fall cheer to your home. You can use it as a decoration or as a night light for when you’re sitting on your porch sipping hot cocoa and watching the leaves change color. It will follow you home this fall!

This adorable snowman is the perfect addition to any garden when the snow is falling!

  • This adorable snowman is sure to keep your spirits away.
  • You can make this snowman in your own garden!
  • This cute little guy will be the perfect addition to any garden when the snow is falling!

What a cute scarecrow this makes!

This little guy is the perfect addition to any garden. He will protect your plants from pests and look cute doing it! It’s a great project for kids, adults, and anyone else who loves crafting. You can find all the supplies at your local craft store or online if you don’t want to run out and get them right away. All you need are: 1 wooden dowel rod (1/4″ thick), 1 piece of burlap fabric (about 3 feet long), 2 pieces of newspaper (about 1/2 inch thick), 2 small blocks of Styrofoam (.5″x3″x3″), glue gun, scissors, needle nose pliers and a black Sharpie marker.

Ghosts and witches are so last year, it’s all about the bats now!

There’s no need to fear bats this fall, as they are one of the cutest Halloween decorations out there.

Bats are fun to use in your garden because they can be used for a variety of occasions besides Halloween. You could use them to decorate your Thanksgiving table or even plan a bat theme party!

We love these cute little guys so much that we decided to make our own bat garland with an easy DIY project you can do in less than an hour!

Who does not love a cute dog with a funny hat for the fall season?

Who doesn’t love a cute dog with a funny hat for the fall season? These adorable dogs are a great addition to your garden as they can fit into any kind of decor and style. They also make great gifts for others who want to show their love for dogs, especially if they have pets at home.

The best way to decorate for fall, in my opinion. That’s it. That’s the blog.

If you’re looking for more ideas on how to decorate for fall, you can go crazy. You can go get a pumpkin and carve it into a face, or put up fake spider webs in your front yard. You could make your own scarecrow (if you have the time) or just buy one from the store. Or maybe even take a bunch of leaves and make them into a costume! The possibilities are endless!

Whatever you decide to do, I hope this blog has been helpful in giving some inspiration for what kind of decorations there are out there that would work well with your garden this season. Remember: always keep safety in mind when decorating outdoors—and if any spiders come near me while I’m sleeping at night during Halloween weekend…well…I’ll probably scream my head off until they run away scared!

These are some great additions to any garden during any fall season.

These are some great additions to any garden during any fall season. These are all DIY projects that you can do yourself, which is a lot of fun because it gives you a sense of accomplishment. They’re also adorable decorations you can buy to put in your garden, and they’re all great additions to any garden during any fall season!


So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and get your fall on!

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