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Featured 5: Fall Inspired Projects

Brought to you by Lowe's Creative Ideas

The editors of Lowe’s Creative Ideas enjoy seeing DIY projects come alive in reader’s homes. Here are some of our favorites made for the autumn season.

Readers Fall Projects

We love seeing the readers share their DIY projects, room makeovers, and exterior upgrades on our Community Stories page. Head over to our Community Stories page to view more projects or submit your own.

Readers Fall Projects Teacher Gift

Teacher’s Colored Pencil

Fall is back-to-school time for many families. Reader DelicateConstruction created this teacher gift with a 2 x 4, paint, and vinyl. “You can’t get easier than that!” she says.

Readers Fall Projects Halloween Wreath

Halloween Wreath

User DebJean described our spooky rose wreath as “fun to make.” She says the roses took fewer than 15 minutes to create and that the wreath hung perfect on her door.

Readers Fall Projects Colorful Shrub Bed

Plant for Fall Color

Maintain bright landscape colors into the autumn season with a bed like this one created by user OldsMobileTrees. In addition to the traditional fall colored shrubs, he planted Heptacodium for its fall flowers, and blue spruce because of the colorful evergreen foliage all year.

His planting plan includes:

A) Ninebark (Physocarpus Summer Wine)

B) St. John’s wort (Hypericum)

C) Paperbark maple (Acer griseum)

D) Seven-son flower (Heptacodium)

E) Dwarf Colorado blue spruce (Picea pungens)

Readers Fall Projects Halloween Spider Decoration

Halloween Spider Web House Decoration

User Beaudiford from Texas created a giant Halloween decoration using material from Lowe’s and a dollar store. “The spiderweb was created using several thin PVC pipes nailed to a thick center wood piece.” For the big night, the user suggests adding a spotlight to create a spooky shadow.

Readers Fall Projects Front Entrance Makeover

Front Door Makeover

Ready your house for trick-or-treaters and holiday guests with a refreshed entrance. “We opted for a beautiful new Therma-tru door and changed out the brass lights with Lowe's Portfolio lighting – ta-da!” says user Sandipity.