Simple Plastic Fall Fruit Makeover

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Hello again friends. I hope your week is off to a great start. I’m excited to be joining my friend Krista on our very first Season of Simplicity fall series. Today we’re sharing fall crafts and I’m looking forward to seeing what my
friends have in store. Because I’ve been super busy these couple of weeks and I’m not on full on fall mode just yet, I decided to keep my craft super, duper simple and create more of a transitional centerpiece.

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I picked up some plastic fruits from Michaels along with some spray paint and converted these colorful plastic fruits and pumpkins into neutral pretties.
plasticfruitmakeover-2 I also painted the stem gold just for a little touch of fun. :)

 

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applepierecipeprintable-14 I really like how they turned out and I already have plans to use them as a centerpiece this fall.

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Even though I’m not too sure what my fall colors will be this fall, I’m thinking of a more traditional palette which might include navy blue or black. I’m still debating.
I am sad to see summer come to an end but working on this little craft made me super excited about the upcoming season.

Are you already in fall mode?  Well, even if you’re not, here are some beautiful crafts to get your creativity going.

Thank you so much for stopping by again. See you very soon. xo

 

 

Today I’m excited to be joining a group of 25 other talented bloggers who are also sharing a Fall DIY or Craft project! Hop over to see what my friends are sharing…

Sweater Pumpkins at The Happy Housie // Chinoiserie Pumpkins at Shabbyfufu // Wire Basket Bundt Pan Pumpkins at Bless’er House // Plastic Fall Fruit Makeover at Craftberry Bush // Pumpkin Topiary at Inspiration for Moms

Forest Pine Candle at Setting for Four // Wooden Trough at Deeply Southern Home // Thrifty Magnolia Wreath at Home Made Lovely // Pumpkin Vase at Amber Tysl // Autumn Watercolour Place Cards at Finding Silver Pennies

Wooden Pumpkin at The Turquoise Home // Cotton Wreath at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia // No-Sew Burlap Table Runner at Jenna Kate at Home // Cute Pumpkin Plants at House by Hoff // Fall Flannel Quilted Pillow at TIDBITS

Hoop Wreath at Lolly Jane // Tiled Coffee Table Tray at In My Own Style // Pom Pom Garland at Modern Glam // Acorn Garland at Jen Woodhouse // Hello Fall Pillow at Love Create Celebrate

Silk Fall Floral Arrangement at Town and Country Living // Simple Fabric Pumpkins at Confessions of a Serial Do It Yourselfer // Soy Candles at The DIY Mommy // Lighted Pumpkin Bucket at Clean and Scentsible

Handprinted Pumpkin Pillow at Hallstrom Home // Corn Husk Pumpkins at Paint Me Pink // Fall Glam Candle Wreaths at Summer Adams

 

Comments

  1. Patricia T says

    Brilliant idea. Lucy! How beautiful yet simple to do. Im going to get busy copying it this morning since I already have all the “ingredients”. Thank you for all your creative ideas. My friends think I’m a genius! Hah! ;)

  2. Pamela says

    Such a cute idea, love it. Will be checking out the plastic fruit . Thanks so much ch for the idea.Have a awesome week

  3. Maggie says

    Just want to let you know – I have a real girl crush on you! LOL! Seriously, how do you come up with these ideas. I was at Michael’s Saturday and saw the bag ‘o fruit shown here and never in my wildest imaginings would I have thought of this idea. Brilliant! Have a great week.

  4. Judy says

    Hey Lucy, you’re a girl after my own heart. I’ve been decorating for Fall with a neutral palette for the last 3 years and I love it! Your lovely and whimsical white fruit is delightful, I am SO copying you on this one. I’m not quite ready to “Fall” the entire house, but after Labor Day, I like to put a couple of transitional pieces in the dining room and kitchen. Thanks for sharing your creativity!

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