15 Fall projects from Our Little Red House.

It has been one of those years, been some ups and downs in our life here at Our Little Red House. I’m still hanging in there, trying to blog when I can. I wish I had more time to stage my fun craft photos and work on my DIY’s which I love to do but being a homemaker is not easy. Homemakers and stay at home moms always get a bad reputation as not doing a lot of work and that is so far from the truth.

When my children grew up I thought I have more time to work on my book, and a little online shop of sorts but being a mom, being a homemaker just never ends, does it, especially when you have children on the spectrum. Now throw in a pandemic and an upside down world and you have a whole lot more worry to worry about. It’s a lot to get into so I will leave it at that. All you moms with ASD children know what I am writing about. Life’s lessons never end do they? Our children are so vulnerable in this world. More so when they grow up.

Since I haven’t had a lot of time to work on fun DIY projects I went back in my older posts and found some Fall projects from the past. You might find something fun to try yourself. I have a new yarn pumpkin craft to share with you all eventually, I still need to finish them when I find the time. I also have a fun apple Bundt cake to share with you, canning apples, and a Fall stryofoam hanging floral arrangement…not sure what you would call it. I went second hand shopping for some Fall décor like I do every year and found a couple of items but lately it is slim pickings out there. I will be sharing a post on that shopping adventure too. Plus we have a trip up north to take and see what the little red house has been up to. Lots of fun photos from the woods and nature when we head up there. Until then, here are 15 fun Fall projects for you all. May God bless you all and always keep you all safe.

Confetti leaves

3 frugal Fall projects

DIY clay leaves

5-Cat baskets

Peanut butter cookies

DIY vintage clay Halloween figurines

Frugal Fall centerpiece

3 tiny pumpkins to make

DIY fabric pumpkins

Yarn pumpkins

sunflower swag

Aspen mini log pumpkins

DIY Fall garland

DIY graditude leaves.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. You always have the best craft ideas. Those little log people made me smile! xo
    PS Stay at home mothers always have a lot to do. It certainly isn’t the *easiest* of jobs! And unpaid!!

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    1. Thank you, that is such a sweet thing to write. I haven’t done any crafting in a couple months now so I can’t wait to start up again for Fall and Christmas crafts. I always look forward to pulling up a chair, sitting at a table and getting to work on a fun little project what ever it is.

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      1. I hope you’re able to find the time.

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