Fall is one of our fave times to go DIY crazy. Although we’re still a bit sad about taking down our Halloween decorations, we couldn’t be more excited about Thanksgiving crafting — especially with these bright and beautiful fall DIYs. Scroll on for 10 products to make before Monday’s return.


1. Fairy Bread Piñata: Paying homage to the Australian birthday treat, this super cute piñata DIY is the perfect quirky party staple you never knew you needed. (via Studio DIY)


2. Painted Favor Bags: Halloween, Thanksgiving, kids’ birthdays and just because: You can use these multi-purpose goodie bags for just about anything. All you need are glassine bags, acrylic paint and a paint brush. (via Paper and Stitch)


3. “Thanks” Thanksgiving Placemats in Different Languages: There’s so much to be thankful for this November; one language simply isn’t enough. Try your hand at these reusable cork placemats (IKEA has plain cork placemats that are perfect for this!). These are so easy, you can totally do it with your kids. (via Momtastic)


4. Pie Stand: Whether it’s a Friendsgiving or a family takeover, this chic, fall-inspired pie stand will definitely impress your guests. (via Brit + Co)


5. Paper Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree: Not everyone has the luxury of plant-approved lighting (or the skills to keep flora alive). Luckily, this DIY paper fig tree requires absolutely no TLC after construction, and it looks beautiful in every season! (via The House That Lars Built)


6. DIY Tea Pot: Tackle the changing weather with this super-trendy geo tea pot. Crafted with Mod Podge, tissue paper and porcelain pens, it’s a must-have for cozy afternoons in. (via Brit + Co)


7. Felt Cloud Kid’s Wall Décor: It’s no secret we like our decorations bright. That’s why we’re obsessed with this beautifully bold kid’s wall décor. It’s so easy, even those with zero sewing skills can make it. (via Damask Love)


8. Cactus Elbow Patches: Heart patches are so 2014. Bring your old sweaters new life with these ultra-trendy cactus elbow patches. They’re a sure conversation starter this fall. (via Brit + Co)


9. Celebrate Cake Topper: This DIY cake topper takes the cake, literally. Can you believe it only costs under five dollars to make?! Talk about a reason to celebrate. (via Bespoke Bride)

Do you have any projects planned for the weekend? Share your ideas with us in the comments below.