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The weather is starting to cool down and the days seem to be getting shorter. Bright orange pumpkins are at the grocery store. Fall flavors like Pumpkin Spice and Apple are on the coffee shop signs. Crisp yellow leaves are showing up on the trees, and more time is being spent outdoors. Fall is here!
It is the perfect time to create something new to decorate and welcome the change of seasons. Holidays are right around the corner. Read more to learn how to create beautiful outdoor fall decorations to cheer up the entrance of your home and welcome the season!
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1. Rustic Outdoor Wreath Fall Decor
Get the tutorial: Arts Crackers
Apples are a star attraction of fall flavors, and they will not disappoint as the keynote item in this gorgeous wreath.
Dried apples, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg will invite you and your guests to inhale deeply every time you approach the door adorned with this wreath.
This rustic outdoor wreath does not take much time to create, but it does make a beautiful statement hanging from the entry of a home.
2. Outdoor Fall Wood Harvest Sign
Get the tutorial: Jennifer All Wood Home
A pumpkin-orange barn wood porch sign welcomes guests and is a quick, and easy project.
The hardest part about creating this porch sign is finding the barn wood. Pick up a paintbrush and your favorite fall color to add a burst of color to your fall decor.
Change out what surrounds the sign each year to create a fresh new look each season. Some ideas in the post include surrounding with mums, pumpkins, and fall leaves.
3. Fall Pumpkin Planter Outdoor Decor
Get the tutorial: Birds And Blooms
Tipsy planters are a whimsical addition to outdoor fall decor. This planter requires plastic pumpkin candy buckets. You might even have buckets from last Halloween!
With a sturdy metal rod, a power drill, and the pumpkins, you will have this project standing up, or tipping, in no time!
You can plant live or use artificial flowers in the final product, so it is perfect for the “green thumb” or “not so green thumb.”
4. DIY Fall Scarecrow Outdoor Decoration
Get the tutorial: House of Hawthornes
This one might NOT be for the birds, but your neighbor’s head will turn when they see this looker in your front yard.
Find a scarecrow at a craft store, yard sale, or even in last year’s fall decorations and you are on your way to making an up-styled scarecrow. With her new seasonal getup, this fall decoration will be the talk of the town.
5. DIY Plastic Pumpkin Witch Front Porch Decoration
Get the tutorial: Crafty Morning
Those plastic pumpkins can be used for more than just collecting candy. Easily turn three plastic pumpkins into a front porch decoration with some supplies you most likely already have at home.
In fact, save the cardboard from the last package you received because you will need it to create the base of the Witch’s hat.
Whether you stencil or write on the pumpkins, you will create a festive atmosphere on your front porch.
6. Outdoor Pumpkin Crate Autumn Decor
Get the tutorial: Anderson and Grant
A darling wooden crate can be transformed into a vintage-looking treasure with a little time and effort.
Using the provided pumpkin pattern that can be either sized up or down, you can create a lovely pumpkin design on the side of the crate.
If you enjoy multipurpose decor, use the opposite side of the crate to paint a different design for another season or holiday. Add some fall-themed flowers inside or next to the crate as a finishing touch.
7. DIY Painted Pumpkin Outdoor Decoration
Get the tutorial: First Day of Home
If you want to try your hand at woodworking, this will be the perfect beginner project for you. Grab a jigsaw, not a puzzle, and get crafting.
You will also need to brandish a scroll saw for the stem and leaves. These pumpkins are larger-than-life and will make a statement as your outdoor decor for fall.
Better yet, no animals will try to eat these pumpkins if you leave them next to your doorstep.
8. Fall Front Porch Decoration
Get the tutorial: Craft Berry Bush
Dressing up your front porch with fall foliage creates a festive vibe.
Mums, gourds, pumpkins, and even edible leaves, like kale, are a lovely focal point before entering your home. Oranges, yellows, browns, reds, and greens spruce up the entryway.
Fall arrangements can be costly, but with some creativity, you can create a photo-worthy fall arrangement.
9. Front Porch Fall Decoration
Get the tutorial: Nesting With Grace
Use planters you already have and create a fall topiary to decorate your porch.
Decide on a theme and use items you have to make your porch reflect what you enjoy about the fall season. Keep the decor balanced and consider the colors around the decorations to make the stoop a place to appreciate.
10. Transitioning Outdoor Porch From Fall To Halloween Decor
Get the tutorial: House of Hawthornes
Bats, birds, and owls add some Halloween flair to porch decor.
After Halloween is over, take down the Halloween-specific creatures and leave up all the fall colors and paraphernalia. Corn stalks and mums can take you from Fall to Halloween.
If you like to save time, then just decorate your porch once between September and November.
11. Lighted Fall Pumpkin Baskets Outdoor Decoration
Get the tutorial: Clean and Centsible
If you are looking for a project that is quick to put together, then the Lighted Fall Pumpkin Baskets with twinkling lights is the perfect project for you.
Once you have found some festive fall items like pumpkins and leaves, put them inside of a decorative container, and just add a strand or two of twinkling lights.
Lights make everything more magical, and this decor is no exception.
12. Outdoor Neutral Fall Wreath Decor
Get the tutorial: Live Laugh Rowe
Have you frequented your neighborhood Hardware store recently?
If not, go now and grab a drop cloth! The drop cloth is the star attraction in this wreath! The neutral colors make this project suitable for any season, but it is especially lovely for fall.
13. DIY Fall Pinecone Wreath
Get the tutorial: The Inspiration Board
Take a walk around your neighborhood and find some pinecones.
Of course, you can buy pinecones, but if you can find them for free, go that route!
Once you have a collection of pinecones, you will be on your way to creating a simple and rustic pinecone wreath. This wreath could take you all the way through winter or even Valentine’s with the addition of some pink ribbon!
14. DIY Fall Rustic Turkey Wood Decor
Get the tutorial: Tee Diddly Dee
This rustic turkey is a little more labor-intensive than other fall projects, but it is worth it!
This turkey decoration will last for years. All those involved in the creation of this turkey will create long-lasting memories.
This turkey will be a cheerful accompaniment to the pumpkins and hay adorning your porch.
15. DIY Front Door Turkey Wreath
Get the tutorial: Baby Rabies
Your guests won’t be able to help their smile when they meet this turkey adorning your door. His bright feathers made from tulle are a cute and festive addition to any entry.
This wreath is festive and fun. It would be a great project to do with a friend or your child.
16. DIY White Pumpkin Decor
Get the tutorial: DIY White Pumpkin Decor
The Dollar Store could be your first stop for creating this project.
Grab three pumpkin candy buckets and a can of white spray paint to get started. Choose your favorite fall foliage to put inside the completed project and BOOM! You have an easy decoration for fall.
17. DIY Wooden Fall Outdoor Sign
Get the tutorial: Wood Grain Cottage
A welcome sign on a porch is a friendly centerpiece for other decorations. Surround a welcome sign with pumpkins, gourds, and mums for easy and effective fall decorating.
18. Fall Outdoor Crate Display
Get the tutorial: Gray House Studio
Wooden crates can be found at most craft stores, and they make a wonderful seasonal display.
For this project, you will need three crates, some wood stains, and a few festive fall items.
This display can use items you purchase at the store or even items like pinecones acorns and leaves that might be found right outside.
19. Spooky Outdoor Porch Fall & Halloween Decor
Get the tutorial: Hostess Jo
Fall brings cooler weather and Halloween.
Add some spooky to your porch with witch hats, skeletons, and traditional pumpkins. Choose a theme and use it throughout the porch.
Outdoor fall decor can be sprinkled among the Halloween theme for a festive preview of fall.
20. DIY Fall Monogram Doormat For Front Porch
Get the tutorial: H20 Bungalow
A monogram is a perfect way to personalize your home. Make sure your guests know they have arrived at the correct house, by adding a monogram to a doormat.
This project is quick, simple, and useful. It is the perfect addition to fall porch decor.
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