A collage of fall leaves.

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As beautiful as the fall colors are, they don’t last

So, wouldn’t it be nice to have those colors inside of your home for more than just the few weeks of fall? Most certainly it would! Therefore here are some fall leaves to help you get into the wonderful colors of autumn and keep them once the trees are bare. Of course, there are some wonderful occasions to make use of these beauties as decorations, notably for Halloween and Thanksgiving (sorry Canada, yours is done now!). However, you don’t need any occasion to do so. Indeed, all you need is some time and your imagination.

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Easy Fall Leaves

To begin with, here are some leaves similar to aspen. Although in real life these are a pain, because they shed so many, these little darlings are just stunning. Also, because they’re small and easy, you can make a whole bunch and decorate just about anything.

Designer: GoldenLucyCrafts

Easy Fall Leaves

The full article about this pattern is here:

Easy Fall Leaves

Fall Leaf Garland

Next, here is a way to use fall leaves as a decorative theme. To this point, the garland can be used to dress things akin to Christmas decorations. For example, if you have one of those white fake trees with LED in the branches, you can decorate it according to the season year round.

Designer: Erin Sharp

Fall Leaf Garland

The full article about this pattern is here:

Oak Leaves

Finally, fall leaves come in all shapes and sizes and oaks have one of the most distinct ones of all. Therefore, here is a pattern for the lobed shapes of oak leaves that will surely be a fun way to celebrate the season.

Designer: In the Yarn Garden

Oak Leaves

The full article about this pattern is here:

Oak Leaves

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