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Harvest your own home decor


(Family Features) Warm up your home with this season’s trendiest looks. Put your personal touch on your home’s decor with crafting projects that highlight the best of fall: copper detail, animal icons and pumpkins of every color, including white.

Create a seasonal tablescape or mantel decoration with these Harvest Fall Lanterns created by the crafting experts at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores. The lanterns lend a coppery sheen to complement the seasonal hues of the pumpkins and gourds. Place them atop a swatch of soft plaid for a multi-textured look that celebrates the season indoors.

For a unique outdoorsy look, piece together a birch wreath using natural supplies such as twig stems, cattail stems and foliage.

Find more harvest perfect fall home decor at joann.com.

Harvest Fall Lanterns

Skill level: Beginner

Crafting time: 3-5 hours

Supplies and Tools: 

2 boxes fall pumpkin and gourd decorations

1 bottle (2 fluid ounces) cloud white paint

Black sponge paint brush

2 metal and glass lanterns

Hot glue gun and sticks


Select two pumpkins to paint white. Paint them and let dry.

Choose multiple sized pumpkins and gourds and attach them to the inside bottom of each lantern with hot glue to begin building a design. Add more pumpkins and gourds, and glue them to each other.

Insert leaves and berries to accent pumpkins and fill in any empty spaces.

awe-harvest2Birch Wreath

Skill level: Beginner

Crafting time: 1-2 hours

Supplies and Tools:

Burlap garland

Dark brown raffia

Florist wire (22 or 24 gauge)

Burlap-wrapped wreath

Hot glue gun and glue sticks

Wire cutters

Beige twig stems

Brown floral tape

2 pinecone pick stems

2 onion grass cattail stems

5 fall leaf foliage

5 bags medium birch rounds


Craft bow out of burlap garland and dark brown raffia. Wrap wire around middle of bow and poke it into burlap wreath in desired location. Secure with hot glue.

With wire cutters, cut twigs to length and tape together with brown floral tape. Add pinecone stems to twigs and tape together with floral tape.

Wrap twig and pinecone stems with wire and poke wire into wreath under bow. Use hot glue to secure.

Add cattails and fall foliage to accent. Attach to wreath in desired locations with hot glue.

Cover remainder of wreath with birch rounds using hot glue.

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