Fall Watering Can

Fall is my favorite season with it’s crunchy leaves, crisp apples, and cozy sweaters so I couldn’t wait to add a little fall flair to my front porch. A fall watering can seemed like the perfect touch!

Here’s what it looked like this summer…love these PB inspired buoys but it’s time to pack them away until next summer.

Micah came home with this vintage watering can and I thought it would be add the perfect on the porch. It was covered in cobwebs so I had to use a stiff brush and brush it off before it could come into the house.

I opened Cricut Design Space on my computer and typed the word fall. using the font street sign. I love the simplicity of the street sign font but it came with 3 layers. I knew I only wanted a single layer so I clicked the eyes next to the other two layers to make them disappear. {If you want to keep those layers back all you have to do is click the eyes again.}

I applied the vinyl fall. {mine is 3 x 3″} to the watering can using some transfer tape. I love the mix of the more modern black font with the vintage watering can, it’s very modern farmhouse dontcha think?

I felt like my fall watering can needed a little something so I picked up this wheat from Hobby Lobby’s floral department. Bonus it was a day that all their floral was 50% off! I love their sales!!

I trimmed the ends of the wheat to create the perfect length for my fall watering can and did a little wheat arranging. Ahhh….the perfect fall décor and it only took a couple of minutes! Love that!

Now  that I’ve shared how I put together my fall watering can it’s time to check out some other fabulously fall projects from some of my favorite blogger friends!

Dolen Diaries  ||  Fall Watering Can
Here Comes the Sun  ||  Easy Glitter Burlap Fall Wreath
The Taylor House  ||  Pumpkin Brownies
Crafting in the Rain  ||  Fall Jars
Do Small Things with Love  ||  Fall Leaves Embroidery Hoops
Just Us Four  ||  Apple Cobbler
Practically Functional  ||  DIY Lace Up Rain Boots

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