I swear September 1st rolled around in my neck of the woods and everything cooled off ten degrees, the leaves started to brown on their edges and I could smell my neighbors having fires in their fireplaces. It feels like fall! So of course I couldn’t help but whip up a couple of fall crafts over the long weekend to share with you. Now you all know that I don’t have a heck of a lot of free time these days so when I tell you that these sweet bundles of fall goodness only took me ten minutes you know I’m not playing. It’s really super simple. Start by gathering these supplies! Old glass jars (or candle holders), fakes leaves (mine came from the dollar store) and glue (whatever kind you want).
Now put some glue on the back of your leaf and stick it on the jar.
Repeat until you like how it looks. I did one with a whole lot of leaves and one with just a few because friends, variety is the spice of life. Now let them dry and stick a couple of your favorite fall scented candles inside!! These make the perfect addition to a mantle display, a table centerpiece or a bookshelf arrangement. You can’t go wrong with a craft that only takes 10 minutes!