Thanksgiving will be here before we know it! Do you decorate for it or jump right to Christmas? Today’s craft is a super easy, quick, low budget craft! I am sharing my fall front table that I decorated last year. My cute turkey only comes out for November. But, he is one of my favorite parts of the table. 

Last year I found felt leaves at the Target dollar spot. I knew right away I wanted to create a fun, fall leaf garland with them.

Easy Fall Felt Leaf Garland - Laura's Crafty Life

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The first larger set of leaves had slits pre-cut in them to be able to slide them together to make a 3D display. 

Supplies needed for felt leaf garland

Simply use baker’s twine and feed it through the cut out holes in the leaves. Space them apart and hang.

Thread baker's twine through leaves

The second smaller set of felt leaves were solid.

Supplies needed to make felt fall leaf garland


 I used my Crop-o-Dile to punch two small holes at the top of each leaf. 

Use Crop-o-Dile to punch holes in felt leaves

And, like the first garland, I strung them all together using my bakers twine.

Thread baker's twine through felt leaf

Note: These holes were much smaller, so to make it easier you can use a large eye needle with your twine, or you can wrap the end with a small amount of clear tape to create a point to be able to easily thread your twine through the holes.

Use clear tape on baker's twine to make it easier to thread

This project took me about 10 minutes total to make and hang up. It is festive and adds a little something extra to my display.

Easy Fall Felt Leaf Garland

Fall Felt Leaf Garland by Laura's Crafty Life Fall tablescape with felt leaf garland

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