My dad’s formal dining room table used to be one of my many craft supply dumping spots. I do not think the original owner—my VERY formal great-grandmother—would have approved. I had to clear it off for my little sister’s baby shower, and I made a new resolve to keep it cleared off and looking perty. However, it always used to have a peach table runner on it that my mom made, so it looked a bit…..empty. I decided to make a lovely fall table runner for it, but I wasn’t able to ever find the time to sew something up. But then one day I was walking through Michael’s when I spotted these felt leaves in a bin and an idea clicked in my brain. HOT GLUE THEM TOGETHER! Yep, that’s right, I used four felt leaves and a bit of hot glue to whip this puppy out. Let’s take a closer look.
The only supplies that you need for this project are felt leaves and a hot glue gun. I got my felt leaves at Michael’s, but I have since seen similar things at several places, including Target.
Simply put a bit of hot glue on each leaf and stick it to the next leaf! Repeat until you are done! It’s one of the cheapest and easiest crafts that I have ever made, and now I can use it for years to come! I’m pretty pumped about it, I’m not gonna lie.
Someone else likes it as well. 😉
If you are also ready for fall, then you may like these other fall projects:
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