Simple Fall Garland

November 2, 2012Sarah Khandjian
Simply DIY Felt Leaf Garland

Simply DIY Felt Leaf Garland

All this week the weather has been so gorgeous here. It’s actually starting feel a bit like fall and not summer (as it’s been around 85-90 degrees since early this year). The cooler weather made me convince Kevin to get out the fire pit and drink minty hot chocolate.

I stepped away from the computer for a little bit today to make this simple fall inspired garland. I cut organic leaf shapes out of felt scraps and sewed them together with a needle and some baker’s twine. I’m planning on hanging this garland in the doorway between the living room and the kitchen.

Here are a few things I found inspiring this week:

The Tinsel Holiday Crafting Workshop in Atlanta.

A brillant way to temporary add pattern to your drinkware.

Love this simple fall table centerpiece.

These glitter magnets are a perfect way to add some sparkle to your fridge.

Christmas stuff already? That’s ok, I’d gladly have this modern advent calendar in my home.


  • Katie

    November 4, 2012 at 11:17 am

    What a lovely little project! Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon :)

    1. Sarah

      November 5, 2012 at 5:35 pm

      Thanks Katie! It’s the perfect project to do when you’re watching a movie or chatting with friends!

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