When the air turns crisp and the leaves start to fall, I want nothing more than to cuddle up with a good book. Autumn is a very bookish season, and it’s a great time to decorate your home with books! If you’re looking to show off your love of reading this autumn, check out these fall book crafts to decorate your home for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and beyond.
Pumpkin Fall Book Crafts
This paperback-to-pumpkin transformation is cute and easy to do with kids.
Are you a master book folder? Try out this pattern for a jack-o-lantern!
If you’ve got a surplus of mason jar lids, this is a crafty and festive way to use them.
The easiest way to decorate a pumpkin—decoupage.
If you’re squeamish about cutting up your books, you can also keep them intact and make a jack-o-lantern from an orange book stack.
Fall Foliage Book Crafts
This bookish wreath is the perfect fall home decoration.
Leaves + books = my fall aesthetic.
This banner uses books as a backdrop and puts beautiful fall leaves front and center.
These crafty acorns are made from plastic Easter eggs, book pages, and twine.
This tree bookshelf will look great in your home year round, but looks perfectly autumnal with fall foliage–colored books.
Spooky Fall Book Crafts
Turn your regular books ~*~SpOoKy~*~ with some new covers and names.
Try out a bat book folding pattern to add to your Halloween ambience.
Use book pages to make the perfect Halloween banner. You can achieve this effect by drawing on the pages or putting them through your printer.
Get creative with book stacking. The possibilities are endless!
These bookish ghosts really jump right off the page.
Give an old skull a fresh new look by decoupaging it with book pages.
Thanksgiving Fall Book Crafts
This book turkey would make the perfect Thanksgiving centerpiece.
You can make this turkey without cutting into your books!
These napkin rings will look amazing, and give your guests something to read before dinner is served.
Better yet, use book pages as your Thanksgiving table runner!
This banner helps you remember what you’re really thankful for—books.
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