Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Autumn Crafts | Dried Fruit Garland


I've always seen this craft around Autumn/Winter time and thought that it looked really cosy and effective. I didn't realise until now how quick and easy it was to do at home! Whether you are decorating your house for a chic Halloween or starting to think about Christmas, this is the perfect craft for this time of year, read on to find out how to make an autumnal garland... 




You Will Need
One Orange
One Apple
A Sharp Pencil
Twine
Scissors

To Make
1) Slice the fruits and place on a baking tray. Cook on low for about one hour 
2) Turn the oven off, leaving the fruits inside and leave for about another two hours for them to dry out
3) Make a hole in the top of the slice and thread the twine through, make sure to tie each one off as otherwise they will slip
4) Hang up around the house!



Thanks for reading :)

Have you tried any craft projects this year?

Rosanna
x

76 comments:

  1. such a great post :)

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  2. Love this idea :) Especially with the oranges, it would be great to decorate them to look like mini pumpkins for this time of year!xx

    Laura | Laura's Beauty Binge

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  3. Mmmmmm, delicious!

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  4. do they smell nice? :) I love using oranges as decor! So autumnal perfect!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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  5. How creative!

    x Sandra

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  6. Such great tips! Definitely going to try this out!

    Xx,

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  7. Cool DIY Rosanna!
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    Jeanne
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  8. Love this, such a cool and creative idea!! :)

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  10. What a great idea! Pretty and natural.

    Amy Ann
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  11. FIRST OF ALL YOUR BLOG ITS SO GREAT AND GOOD POST THANKS FOR THIS SHARE IT HAVE A NICE DAY

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  12. It looks amazing! I love how delicious it sounds to need to try this :) http://www.bauchlefashion.com/2016/10/winter-fashion.html

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  13. Omg, this is such a great idea, girlie! You always share the best and most creative recipes and DIY's! Thanks so much for sharing and I hope you're having a great week so far!

    XO,

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  14. Such lovely idea!!! I can imagine the good smell! :D
    xxx
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  15. So fun!

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  16. Woow, it's a fantastic and original idea! I love this garland, you're an artist :D

    xoxo Rosanna ❤
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  17. Great idea. I need to try it.
    Kisses!

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  18. This is such a cute idea
    xo
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  19. what a cute idea! I bet is smells so tasty!

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  20. Thanks dear :D

    Wooow, great idea. So cool DIY!

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  21. Oh wow, I really love this a lot! Gemma x
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  22. You're right about this Autumn DIY being cosy - what a lovely way of celebrating the season and a fun task to do with loved ones on a cosy afternoon (by the fire... with a hot chocolate? or am I going over the top now?! haha) :)

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  23. I bet this smells amazing! Looks nice too :D

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  24. This is such a great idea. I can imagine it smells wonderful too.
    Beautetude

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  25. I really like your idea, it sounds perfect for the fall! :)

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  26. Thanks a lot for sharing again such beautiful DIY - I directly can smell them and I think it looks definintely great during the times you mentioned here.
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
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  27. This is such a fun & easy way to get in the fall spirit. The garlands are so cute. :]

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  28. Such a great idea and perfect for fall. Lovely fruity garland :)

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  29. Very autumn perfect and lovely!

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  30. It looks so lovely!!!

    xoxo
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  31. Such a lovely idea for autumn decorations! ^-^
    And so easy to do!
    Thanks darlings!

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  32. This looks amazing. I never though of making decorations from dried fruit.

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