Totally Luscious Fall DIY Projects That You Can Do!

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Fall is a major season for the creative. Well, for me, that’s every season…!  But in Fall, we have a deeper sense of gathering, of celebration and nesting a bit more.  So, why not try a little DIY? The leaves above are totally gorgeous, and they only require a white paint pen and your doodling brain. Are you ready for a few luscious, sensory rich fall projects that will be worth your while?!

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Sugar scrubs are a year-round favorite of mine, and sugar cube body scrubs are a more compact version of a scrub with less mess and more charm. Henry Happened created gorgeous Fall scrub recipes that are enchanting. 

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This carved pumpkin painted white and filled with flowers from Because I’m Addicted is the best fall flair I have seen in a while. (Thank you to my friend Julie for sending it over to me!)

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How architectural and special are these artichoke candle holders?!  I mean, really, really, really amazing!!!

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Sweater candles! Plaster gourds!  Yes!   THESE are really chic, extremely fun and… you can manage to use them year-round, too!

At the very least, grab yourself an extra few candles for the dining room table to be a bit more celebratory this season!  Enjoy! xoxo Dana

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maggie November 1, 2013 at 7:29 pm

DEFINITELY trying out that sugar scrub recipe!

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