Fall is here and there’s no time like the present to start decorating and embracing the season. There’s something so refreshing about saying goodbye to the sweltering heat and hello to crisp Autumn days. One of the best things about Fall is the decor, and the fact that you can put up your decorations and keep them up through Thanksgiving if you want. That’s why there’s no harm in investing a little hard work into creating some homemade decor. Keep reading for some great DIY Fall signs that will add a festive touch to your home this season.

DIY Fall Signs

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1. Pallet Wood Vintage Sign

Probably the most iconic image of Fall is the pumpkin! Even if you’re not a lover of pumpkin spice lattes (guilty as charged), you can still incorporate plenty of pumpkin goodness into your interior design. This pallet wood sign is perfect- it’s vintage, not too large but still embraces what we all love about Fall. It’s all handmade, from the staining and weathered look, to the tracing and painting. No special craft machine needed!

Visit TheCraftPatchBlog.com for more details on making this craft!

DIY Fall Signs

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2.  Weathered Wood Sign

There are many things to love about fall, not just pumpkins, am I right? And this DIY Fall sign has it all! Leaves, apples and your loved ones! Get this design for yourself by staining a 2×3 piece of wood, painting with chalk paint, sanding and then applying this super cute Silhouette design in vinyl lettering. It has a professional look, but is even better because you made it yourself!

You can find the design template, and many other amazing crafts at TheCraftingChicks.com.

DIY Fall Signs


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3. Pumpkin Patch Wood Transfer Sign

This pumpkin patch sign is the perfect addition to your vintage decor. While a time consuming craft that requires several supplies you may not already have lying around the house, as well as some light woodworking, you can’t deny how this sign is the epitome of all great Fall things!

Don’t try this craft without following the instructions found at SincerelySarahD.com! You’ll also get the free printable!

Karly Wood

Karly Wood

Editor at Red Tricycle
I'm a born and bred Southern California native and currently the editor of Life As Mama and a writer for Red Tricycle . I get to share my life with my husband of 13 years and our beautiful, 5-year old daughter. In my free time you'll catch me cheering for the Dodgers, cooking, baking, reading, crafting and probably watching a little HGTV!
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