DIY Autumn Leaves Table Runner

I love fall, don’t you? It’s just the perfect season – the weather is crisp, you can pull out your favorite scarves again, and it’s time to ask your friends and family to share meals around your table. It’s Chelsea here, from Lovely Indeed, with a quick fall DIY that will make your next dinner gathering picture perfect. We’re bringing nature inside with a super-simple autumn leaf table runner!

All you’ll need is some spray adhesive, some fine glitter (I used Martha Stewart glitter in Copper, Smoky Quartz, and Florentine Gold), and some dried leaves, which you should be able to find in copious amounts underneath any tree!

It’s literally that easy! Top your runner with pumpkins and gourds for some autumnal extra credit – just be careful if you decide to use candles! Wouldn’t this runner be just perfect with a nice fall stew? Three cheers for fall! xoxo

{Photos by Lovely Indeed for The Sweetest Occasion.}



So pretty!
.-= Laura’s most recent blog post: Pencil case DIY =-.

This is a great idea! I’m gonna try it. Thanks for sharing :)

Awwww absolutely adorable! I need to put this on my pinterest, what a fun idea. =)

i loved this so much, i tried it out myself :) and of course i linked back here too!
.-= Nicole’s most recent blog post: glittery leaves DIY =-.

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