Make your own wall hangings

Did you know you can easily make your own wall hangings?! As the temperature drops, it's time to warm up your creative muscles and get crafty.  Decorate your apartment and pass the time on chilly fall days with these easy DIY wall hanging projects. 


DIY Twine Plant Holder Wall Hanging

If you've never dipped your toe into DIY crafts, this DIY Twine Plant Holder Wall Hanging is a good place to start. All you will need is jute twine, scissors and basic braiding skills. There is even a video tutorial to walk you through it!


Dip Dyed Wooden Stick Heart Hanging


Fall is the perfect time to layer up in cozy clothing and head out for a nature walk. Whether you are strolling a beach, hiking through a forest, or just walking in the park, be on the lookout for dried branches and twigs. Do not break live branches off of trees. It is not good for the tree, or for creating this Dip Dyed Wooden Stick Heart Hanging. Dry, dead branches are what you're looking for. You'll also need craft paint, a paintbrush, nylon thread, a black marker and a scrap of cardboard. 


Foraged Triangle Wreath


While you're out foraging for branches, be sure to grab a few extras so you can create this Foraged Triangle Wreath. You don't need to be a well-rounded craftsperson to make this outside-of-the-box-shaped seasonal craft. All you need is evergreen leaves, florists wire and wire cutters. 


DIY Hanging Shelves


These DIY Hanging Shelves are an elegant and practical craft project that will also provide an attractive way to store and display the small trinkets that have been cluttering your space. 


Canvas Floral Art Wall Hanging


These Canvas Floral Art Wall Hangings are simple to make using free botanical prints from the New York Public Library. In addition to a printer, you'll also need wooden dowel rods, eye screws, scissors, hot glue or staples. 


We hope these simple and beautiful craft projects help you get creative this season. 


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