Make Your Front Door Say "It's Fall Y'all" With DIY Decor

Fall up your front door in a flash with this budget-friendly DIY.

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It's Fall Ya'all Door Decor

It's Fall Ya'all Door Decor

This is one of the easiest ways to add a “fall” statement to your front door on a budget.

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Materials Needed

  • roll of butcher paper
  • large black marker
  • faux fall leaves
  • double-sided tape
  • utility knife

Cut + Attach Butcher Paper

Open the door, place the butcher paper over the top and tape a 1” lip to the inside. Close the door and allow the roll to continue to the bottom. Use a utility knife to cut the paper around the door hardware. Open the door again, cut the butcher paper to wrap around the bottom of the door and then tape about a 1” seam to the inside. 

Step 1: Butcher Paper

Step 1: Butcher Paper

Open the door, place the butcher paper over the top of the door and tape a 1” lip to the inside. This will keep the paper put while opening and closing the door. Then, close the door and allow for the roll to continue to the bottom of your door. Use a utility knife to cut the paper around door hardware. When the butcher paper is at the bottom of the door open the door again. Cut the butcher paper to wrap around the bottom of the door, giving you about a 1” seam to tape to the inside of the door.

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Write Your Favorite Fall Phrase

Tip: Be sure to test the marker you choose on a sample of the butcher paper that is not pressed against your door to ensure the ink doesn't bleed through, then write your favorite fall phrase across the paper.  

Step 2: Write Your Favorite Fall Statement

Step 2: Write Your Favorite Fall Statement

Tip: When you go to write your fall statement make sure to test the marker you chose on a sample of the butcher paper that is not pressed against your door. Just to make sure the ink does not bleed through to your door.

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Add Fall Foliage

Using double-sided tape, attach the fall leaves to the butcher paper.

Step 3: Add Fall Foliage

Step 3: Add Fall Foliage

Using double sided tape, attach the fall foliage of your choice to the butcher paper.

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Enjoy the View

Now that you have this fall-tastic front door, sit on your porch and sip on something seasonal. 

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This is one of the easiest ways to add a “fall” statement to your front door on a budget.

Photo by: pop Fizz

pop Fizz

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