Skip to main content

Simple Diy Autumn Floral Arrangement

 



This simple Autumn floral arrangement takes just a few materials. 
And is a beautiful addition to any space! 

Materials needed



1 metal pitcher
-The metal pitcher that I am using was purchased at Target and was $3.

1 lighted leaf garland
- I purchased this lighted leaf garland at my local Michael's Store
It takes two double A batteries.

1  can of spray paint
I wanted to add some color to my pitcher. For my pitcher, I am using spray paint purchased at my local Michael's store. The color is Espresso.

Autumn floral
I chose to go with some deep orange/yellow leaves, a few deep green leaves, and mini yellow sunflowers. 
(orange leaves and green leaves were purchased at Target in the dollar section. 
And mini Sunflowers were purchased from Michael's).

Creating your Autumn arrangement

When spraying your pitcher make sure that you cover your workspace.
**A simple tip**
When spraying make sure you apply it in light coats. This will help the spray paint from creating drip lines. Also to make sure that you're not breathing in any harmful fumes, make sure to wear a light facial mask.
Apply a few coats of spray paint. You will want to make sure that you allow it to dry completely between each coat of paint.

Once that step is done, add in your flowers, and leaves. Arrange your flowers, and add your lighted garland. I made sure that my garland was wrapped around the handle of my pitcher as well. I added it between the flowers, and around the opening of it as well. 

You're all done! Such a simple, and easy craft that anyone can do. 









Are you creating any Autumn crafts to display during the season?
I'd love to hear all about it!


Pin/Save/Share for later










Comments

  1. You are so good at these floral arrangements! Getting in the fall spirit already!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Aw, thank you so much! If you haven't guessed yet, I absolutely love fall time. Lol, I get things ready early. :)

      Delete
  2. What a pretty autumn floral arrangement! This has inspired me to create my own floral decoration for the autumn season.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Kelly, thank you! I'm happy to hear that it inspired you. :)

      Delete
  3. very cute and totally pretty indeed. I need to try it too when we have enough golden leaves here

    ReplyDelete
  4. This is the perfect time to start decorating for fall! I love that color scheme you picked out with the pitcher and flowers. It is gorgeous, and such a simple project. I'll have to give this a try myself. Going through a drawer earlier, my husband and I found some light strands, and they are perfect for a project like this.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Erica, thank you! I just love fall, and being able to share these simple diy projects with everyone makes me happy. :) Thanks so much for stopping by. I'm sure if you create this it will beautiful.

      Delete
  5. Your floral arrangement looks lovely and really brings out the autumnnal mood. I love a good diy project, too!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Nkem, thank you. I'm so happy to hear you enjoyed it! I love autumn diy projects! Thanks for stopping by. :)

      Delete
  6. This is beautiful, I like the addition of the lights. It looks lovely.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Fall colours are so warm and beautiful. It just gives nature a warm colour. I love the DIY.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Oh gosh I love the colors! You're so good at this. The arrangement is giving me that cozy and warm vibe. :) Well we don't have autumn here but I think your skills are so on point.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Jasmine, aw thank you! You're so kind. I really do appreciate you stopping by, and checking this out. :)

      Delete
  9. This is so pretty and perfect for the season. I love that you added the lighted leaf garland. I feel like the leaves really did add a nice touch to the finished product. I'm going to have to do something like this for my house. We live for autumn and Halloween, and I feel like this could be made to match our decor nicely!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Britt, aw thank you so much! I really like how it came out too. I bet if you create one it will be beautiful. :)

      Delete
  10. Marilyn, thank you so much! I'll be sure to stop by at the next party. :)

    ReplyDelete
  11. What a lovely arrangement. I love the orange with the green - the lovely autumn colours, then the sunflowers for that reminder of summer! Gorgewous. And it looks fabulous in the candlelight too.

    ReplyDelete
  12. Looking gorgeous! This kind of arrangement will definitely get you in an autumnal mood and ready for the new season ahead. Yours came out beautifully.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Aw, thank you so much!!! I'm so happy to hear this. I will be sure to swing by again and check it all out. I love the Over The Moon party!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Steph,
    I just love this autumn floral arrangement. Congratulations, you are being featured at Over The Moon Linky Party. I hope you stop by. https://www.eclecticredbarn.com/2020/09/over-moon-linky-party_13.html
    Hugs,
    Bev

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Bev, thank you so much!! This is so exciting. :) I'll be sure to stop by.

      Delete
  15. Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 16, open until September 26!

    ReplyDelete
  16. This is SO inspiring!!! I love this idea, thank you!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  17. That turned out nice and I like that you added lights. Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 131. Pinned.

    ReplyDelete
  18. Hey there, visiting again to say thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 134. Pinned again.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. Please know that it is appreciated. I try my best to respond to every comment. If you have a question feel free and ask.

Popular posts from this blog

Eco-Friendly Craft: Create a beautiful Winter Tree Scenery using Cardboard

  Learn how to create a stunning winter tree scenery using eco-friendly materials like cardboard in this DIY craft tutorial. Embrace your creativity and make a beautiful and sustainable decoration for the winter season. I am excited to be participating in the Sustainable Challenge along with a group of fellow bloggers. We will be sharing eco-friendly and sustainable craft ideas. I cannot wait to share my upcycled craft with you all. The theme for this month is Christmas.  For my project, I chose to repurpose some old cardboard. I believe that using household items in crafting is a great choice. Today, I am excited to share with you a beautiful Winter Tree scenery that I created using cardboard and a few other materials. If you're ready, I would love for you to join me and recreate it. Video tutorial Materials needed for your cardboard craft project: Cardboard Acrylic paint Tissue paper Holiday stencils Paintbrush Scissors Mod Podge Faux snow Paper tree template  Any decorations suc

10 Favorite Summer Quotes

As we approach summer... Let us enjoy these beautiful moments. Be thankful.  Be in the moment.  Embrace each day. Hug the people we love. Spread kindness. Say hello to a stranger. Dance to our favorite song. Play with our children. Cook a favorite meal. Create something new. Just be. Enjoy this list of my 10 favorite summer quotes below Do you have a favorite summer quote?  If so, I'd love to know what it is.  Leave a comment below!  May your days be filled with happiness. Pin it for later

DIY Holiday Glass Candle Display- An Upcycled Craft

Learn how to create a beautiful holiday glass candle display using upcycled materials with this DIY craft project. Perfect for adding a festive touch to your home decor. Find step-by-step instructions and inspiration for this creative and sustainable holiday project. Recently, I have been feeling very festive and have been enjoying decorating, baking, and much more. I noticed that I had a few glass jars and old candle jars around my home, and I wanted to create something simple. I thought a candle display would be great and easy to create. If you have any pasta jars, old candle jars, or any glass jar this craft is perfect for you! For this project, you will need the following materials: Frosted Glass Spray (I used Rust-Oleum) Gold wire Stretch cord (optional) Holiday greenery, berries, and any holiday decoration can be added Flameless tealights Mini ornaments (I used one for this project) You can find flameless tealights at your local Big Lots store. A pack of 10 with extra batteries c

Easy Succulent Centerpiece Table Decoration

 Easy Succulent Centerpiece Table Decoration Create a beautiful and low-maintenance centerpiece for your table with this easy DIY faux succulent decoration. Perfect for adding a touch of greenery to any space without the need for watering or maintenance. Hello! I'm so happy that you decided to check out this easy succulent decoration project.   I was inspired to create this centerpiece after my sister mentioned she was looking at purchasing a succulent wax burner.  So my design does not include a wax burner, but if you stick around I'll tell you how you can create your very own succulent centerpiece table decoration.  Materials Needed ❤ Artificial Succulents and a flower  For my design, I used 4 succulent plants I purchased my  artificial succulents from my local Walmart (Make sure to check your local dollar store as well) ❤ A wooden bowl I purchased my wooden bowl at Walmart.  You can actually find any container of your choice at your local craft store ❤ A package of craft roc

DIY Dollar Tree Wood Crate Vase Holder

 DIY Dollar Tree Wood Crate Vase Holder Hi everyone, I'm back! I'm excited to share a simple craft that you can create in 10 minutes. I went to my local  Dollar Tree last week, and I came across these really cute vases/bottles with gold leaves on them. I instantly pictured them displayed, with mini lights, but I just wasn't sure how I wanted to display them.  After walking around the store for a little, I decided to also purchase a wood crate. I've been working a lot with these wood crates, and I knew I could come up with a quick craft to display these beautiful vases.  So if you're ready come along with me, and let's create this quick, and simple DIY wood crate vase holder.  Materials needed: Two glass vases with leaves Purchased at Dollar Tree Gold stickers Purchased at Joann's craft store Black paint One bundle of Greenery  Scissors/ wire cutters Total cost around $6 For this project, you can also add LED lights. This is optional, but I absolutely love ho