Twelve On Main Fall Porch Tour
I have had a great time decorating my porch this year. I have created a few DIY projects that I have featured here on my blog, but I wanted to give you a look at what my porch is looking like now that everything is in its place. Bare in mind, I have it set up with a few Halloween items as well, so after this weekend I will take those down and maybe change things around a bit.
My goal this year was to create as many items for my porch myself. I am really excited with all my DIY success! From Corn Husks, to twigs, and sharpie paint markers, I was able to decorate my front porch for only a few dollars. Even if you don’t have the same resources I have, you can still create some amazing things while using my projects as a jumping off point. It is so empowering to take items and use them for things they weren’t intended for. You can do it.
So….. here we go!
Here are my DIY Framed Spider Webs. This was a really fun and easy project. You can check out the full tutorial here.
Those giant spiders, though! They are my daughters favorite.
My corn husk broom was another quick and easy project I whipped up in about 30 minutes. I am not including the time it took to husk the corn out of the garden and let it dry. I found some corn husks on amazon for those of you who might not, or cannot go this route. Check them out here. You can also see the full tutorial here.
Thankful. I am so thankful for so many things in my life! My babies, my partner in crime, my health, I could go on forever. I am also very thankful for fall! Oh, it brings so much joy to me! This FALL pillow was created with stencils and Sharpie paint pens.
You can see the full post here on how I made it.
My Twig Wreath has been one of my most popular projects this fall. I swear to you, this was such a great project. I don’t know if it was the pajamas, sitting on my porch while I created it, or the final product. You can see the full tutorial here.
The first project I worked on this fall was my simple fall banner I made with stencils and dropcloth. You can see the full tutorial here.
The pumpkins were grown in my own garden.
Here’s my fall flag, created in a similar way as my banner, but this time I used white paint with fabric medium and painted my dropcloth. Check out the full tutorial here.
This pillow I created freehand. You can see the post here, and check out the free fall printables I included!
So there you have it. The bottom line is this. I created this for my family. It is not perfect. It is perfect for me. It is lived in. I cannot wait to start setting up my Christmas porch. Umm, did I just say that? I know, I know, it isn’t even Halloween yet. I have plenty of time. I hope you enjoyed taking a peek at my little porch.
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I love everything about your porch! You are so talented!!