Fall is here, it is time to gather all your pumpkins and get decorating. Get the family together and have fun recreating these 12 fabulous pumpkin décor ideas. Liven up your yard, your home and your life with these fantastic DIY Ideas.
Place your family name initial on some coloured pallets and keep it in your front yard to welcome everyone to your home and the new season.Pumpkin pallets
Stick some pallets together and cu them into the shape of pumpkins. Glaze them and keep on display.DIY pumpkin welcome sign
This idea is great if you want to get creative, use pallets to make a pumpkin and add a few acorns, a scarecrow and a welcome sign with some chalkboard paint.Wooden block pumpkin
Stack up blocks of wood of various sizes till you get the shape of a pumpkinFall art in the garden with pallets
Get creative this fall, use pallets to make different animals or food to place in your yard and show off your personality.Big wooden pumpkin
Make this big wooden pumpkin for display on your wall. It’s an easy DIY trick that you can make with the family.Chalkboard letters and pallets
Cut out some letters and spray paint them with chalk board paint. Glue them to pallets and place them on display.Pallets and an old window over the fire place
If you are looking to redecorate inside your home this idea is perfect, place some pallets and an old window over the fireplace to make it feel like fall inside the home.Pumpkin candle centerpiece
Gather some hay, candles and small pumpkins. Place them in a wooden box and place on the center of your table.DIY stenciled Fall sign
Pick any stencils you like, different fonts and pick out the things you like about fall, or simply a quote that reminds you about Fall. White wash a board and get stenciling.Cute plank scarecrow
The kids need representation this fall too. Help them make this cute plank scarecrow, get creative and use different styles.Huge pumpkin pallets
One can never go wrong with huge pumpkins on display. This look is a bit cleaner but still adds the feel of fall. White wash the pallets after you have cut them into a pumpkin shape.