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Fall Harvest Art and Decor

Written by: | Published: October 13, 2014 | Updated: November 01, 2021

I’m starting off the week with some printable fall art you can use in your own creative projects. I’ve teamed up with 75 amazing bloggers to share tons of fabulous fall harvest decor ideas you can make yourself. Whether you want to make a fall wreath, a pretty place setting or a fall decor accent piece for your home, you’re definitely going to find something amazing in all this creative goodness.

75 Fall Harvest Ideas
75 Fall Harvest Ideas

Just looking through all the creative ideas, I’m already hungry and ready to get out the craft supplies. You’re definitely going to have plenty of creative fun to work with! Rather than come up with a specific project, I created some art you can use in the projects you are already making. You are free to use this fall pumpkin art in any non-commercial project… making multiple copies and have fun decorating this fall season!

Printable fall pumpkin art designed by Jen Goode
Printable fall pumpkin art designed by Jen Goode

Fall Decor Art Printable

I created this art while watching the rain the other day. I didn’t have a project in mind, I just wanted to draw. So I thought I’d share the art with you and you can create your own amazing fall decor. So instead of making a big fancy project, I thought I’d brainstorm some ideas with you and see what you think…

  • Fall decor to make with this Fall pumpkin art:
  • Inspiring fall wall art
  • Invitations for your fall gatherings
  • An embellishment on Napkin rings
  • Decorative fall accent pillow
  • Pretty fall wreath
  • Fall gift tags
  • Placemats
  • Garland
  • Placecards
Make Fall Decor with Printable art by Jen Goode
Make Fall Decor with Printable art by Jen Goode

I started to combine the art with fabric so I could making a sewing project. I haven’t quite decided if I want to make a pillow or wall decor. I printed the art onto a fabric transfer and then ironed on to a natural fabric. I sewing some textured lines and swirls with the same fabric and added some additional details. I think I might add some fall colored fabrics or ribbons for an even more interesting mixed media style piece. I might add some of the leaves too… but I also have a wreath I started along with a little gift tag. Just an another idea example, I put this same sewing piece in a frame so you can see how this fall art could be used to dress up your mantel.

Mixed texture sewing project with printable fall art
Mixed texture sewing project with printable fall art
Stitch details
Stitch details
Fall art pillow project
Fall art pillow project

When I finish this pillow, I’ll share what I decided to go with. I do love all the texture from hand stitched lines and natural fabrics. But, I also think that pretty orange pumpkin needs some friends.. it’s a little too stand alone there. Don’t you think? Maybe I’ll get a little ambitious and start painting on the fabric… wouldn’t that be fun!?

If I were going for super fast and easy, instead of hand stitching, I’d use fabric glue and fake it. Who’s going to know if you don’t tell them? Also, instead of making a pillow from scratch, just make a pillow cover and you can use it over one of your already handy decorative pillows. That’s not cheating, that’s being resourceful!

If you don’t sew, what about using the art in a collage. Combine it with my fall leaf printable to make garland or a table accent.

What ideas do you have?

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Try this pretty pumpkin cut file to make even more Fall decor and crafts.

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Jen is Passionate about Creativity. She is the owner and "doodle in charge" of JGoode Designs, a Denver based design studio. She is an illustrator, mixed media artist and creative lifestyle blogger. Jen has been a creative professional since 1998 but says she's been an artist since she was old enough to eat glue.

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