Happy Thanksgiving weekend to all of our Canadian readers and friends! Especially for you, this week's Six for Saturday post is a collection of pretty seasonal DIYs for your autumn weekend fun. Clockwise from upper left:
- Colourful Candle Holders (Martha Stewart via The Kitchn)
- Dry Brushed Chalk Paint Pumpkins (Anderson + Grant)
- Leaf Rubbing Collages (Momma Pappa Bubba)
- Decoupage Pumpkins (Country Living via Creativity Unmasked)
- Watercolour Leaf Prints (Pink When)
- How to Paint a Watercolour Fall Wreath (Inkstruck Studios)
Perhaps it's the spring influence down here, I was in a bit of an unconventional mood when I gathered this week's creative inspirations and am loving the soft yet colourful autumn ideas above. Now I'm itching to break out my dusty watercolours and experiment with some of Inkstruck Studio's tutorials. For a more traditional take on Thanksgiving style, you can easily adapt your colour scheme for the crafty DIY ideas above. You can also explore our archives for other festive fall ideas, including last year's autumn leaf Thanksgiving collection pictured below.
Looking for more Thanksgiving inspiration? You can check out our archived Thanksgiving posts and we also have a "Give Thanks" board on Pinterest as well as a collection of fab "Fall" pins.
Looking for more creative ideas? You can try the past Six for Saturday (or Sunday) posts, searching the blog under the DIY type of your preference, or I also have a whole board full of of tutorials and DIY on Pinterest along with stack of other creative pins. If you decide to make something fabulous or post something special this weekend, you are welcome to share here in the comments or post something over at Creativity Unmasked on Facebook. We are all about sharing so, on our page, a little bit of creative self shout-out is actively encouraged. If you have a related craft post of your own to share, you are also welcome to share a live link to your site/blog in the comments using the following format as a guide: <a href="http://www.yourlink.com">text you want shown for your link</a>