Get your house ready for autumn with these festive Cricut fall projects! So many easy Cricut tutorials to help you create a cozy space for fall in your home.
This post originally appeared on the Cricut Inspiration Blog.
One of the things I just love about fall is that it’s the time of the year when my creative juices really get going. I’m done with the lazy summer days and I’m super excited to start decorating for fall!
This year, though, I’m sitting here willing the weather to cool down a bit so it will finally feel like we’re moving into the cooler months. I’m so ready to break out my sweaters and boots and start decorating with pumpkins and leaves.
It’s 109 today, so it’s clearly not working. Please send lemonade.
In the meantime, I’m getting into the fall spirit by rounding up some fun fall décor projects you can make with your Cricut Explore or Maker! Even if it’s still summer outside, there are no rules saying the inside of your house can’t be ready for fall!
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Check out these Cricut Fall Projects!
These gorgeous fall leaf candle wraps from here on my blog are an easy way to dress up some plain white candles for fall!
Let’s start by saying welcome to the coming season with this adorable Hello Fall sign from Kimber Dawn + Co! Get the free cut file, too!
These fall leaf earrings are such a cute fall fashion statement!
If paper crafting is your thing, this is a gorgeous Make It Now paper flower wreath that you can find in Design Space!
These 3D pumpkins are super easy to make using cardstock—cut them in orange for Halloween and then in a warmer color palette for fall!
This cute “thankful” jar is perfect for a hosting gift! Kingston Crafts shares the easy DIY.
Use your Cricut to make a stencil and re-create this farmhouse pumpkin bucket from A Night Owl Blog! This would be so cute on a rustic porch.
These Thanksgiving turkey napkins are super glam! An easy DIY with foil iron on from See Lindsay.
This personalized wood tray is handy during Thanksgiving dinner, but also makes a great holiday gift! Get the DIY from Pineapple Paper Co.
The end of summer means it’s time to break out the warmth of candles around your home! Make a mason jar fall luminary from Create Craft Love to light your way.
Carving pumpkins can be messy! Try these vinyl lettered pumpkins from Lia Griffith instead!
If you’re hosting Thanksgiving or another fall dinner, these fall napkin rings are a fun DIY, found right in Cricut Design Space!
Do you guys have any big plans for crafting this fall with your Cricut? Let me know all about it in the comments!