DIY Fall Decor: Papercut Oak Leaf Framed Art
Fall is just a few weeks away! If you’re looking for easy DIY fall decor, we’ve got you covered. Today we’re sharing how to make this papercut oak leaf framed art.
Switching out your home decor is one of the easiest ways to refresh a room and get ready for a new season. We made this fall-inspired framed art using grey and gold text weight paper from PaperPapers. While we love this combination of colors, you could also use other colors that you would typically see during the fall season.
You can also use whatever frame you want. This IKEA frame was originally black, but we spray painted it grey to get that tone-on-tone effect you see here. When you’re ready to make this papercut leaf framed art, gather the tools and materials listed below. Then, head over to LiaGriffith.com for your leaf template. If you don’t have a cutting machine, you can also use scissors to cut the leaves.
Once you have everything ready to go, you can follow the photo tutorial below to make your own papercut oak leaf framed art. When you’re done with this DIY project, let us know how it went and where you put it!
- Cutting Machine (recommended)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Craft Knife
- Ruler & Cutting Mat
- Curling Tool
- Text Weight Paper: Paper-Papers Curious Metallic Ionised and Stardream Metallic Antique Gold
- Pencil and Eraser
- 11″ Circle to Trace (Embroidery Hop, Dinner Plate, etc.)
Want more DIY home decor ideas for fall? You can follow Lia Griffith on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and YouTube. We share new projects every day to inspire you and help you unlock your creative side! You can also become a member and get access to all of our DIY project tutorials, SVG files, and printable patterns. We love seeing what you make, so be sure to share it with us on Instagram using the hashtag #MadeWithLia. Happy crafting!