Fall Chalkboard Sign and Mini Pumpkin Bunting

I really am trying my best to resist fall, but there is just something about all of those fall colors that draws me in!

Fall chalkboard and cute pumpkin bunting! // cleanandscentsible.comWhile I haven’t actually started decorating the house yet, I have started working on a few fall projects, and today I am teaming up with some blogging friends to share our favorite fall decor ideas, crafts, and recipes.  That’s a whole lot of fall inspiration for you!

Awesome ideas for fall including fall decor, crafts, and recipes! // cleanandscentsible.com
{You can find all of the links to the projects at the end of the post}

Trips to the pumpkin patch are one of my favorite fall activities.  We usually go to at least two or three each year.  So when it came to decorating up my fall chalkboard I knew exactly what I should put on it! :)

Fall Chalkboard and cute mini-pumpkin bunting. // cleanandscentsible.com

If you want to experiment with a little free hand drawing, chalkboards are definitely the way to go and any mistakes are easily correctable.  I like to use light guide lines to show where the tops and bottom of my lettering should be and then just use a q-tip dipped in water to erase it after my letters are drawn.  For the lettering itself, I start with just thin letters to get the spacing correct {see the ‘K’ in the image above} and then fill them out until I like the look.

Fall chalkboard and cute mini pumpkin bunting. // cleanandscentsible.com

The pumpkin bunting is actually a mini version of one that I made a few years ago {you can see it on my fall house tour from last year HERE}.  They are super easy to make, but here is a quick run down for you…

Mini-pumpkin bunting. // cleanandscentsible.com

  1. For each pumpkin, you need to cut three ovals roughly all the same size.  I used some brown ink and an ink dauber around the edges of each oval to give them a bit more definition.  Stick them together with glue or double sided tape.
  2. Cut two thin pieces of green paper and roll the ends up to curl.  Glue in place behind the ovals.
  3. Cut a stem from brown cardstock.  It is kind of hard to tell in the photo but I ran my scissors around the edges of it to rough it up a bit.  Glue in place behind the green curls.
  4. Punch two small holes in either side of your pumpkin and string together with twine.

Cute fall chalkboard and mini pumpkin bunting. // cleanandscentsible.com

It’s a super easy project that anyone can do – you can even get the kids on board!

Don’t forget to head over and check out the other projects and join us tomorrow for our Autumn Abounds Link Party!  You will get to share all of your fall favorites and there may even be a fun fall giveaway that you won’t want to miss! :)

Awesome ideas for fall - fall decor, crafts and recipes!

Just click on the links below to check out all of these fabulous fall ideas!

Domestically Speaking / My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia / At the Picket Fence
Setting for Four / Stone Gable / Cupcakes and Crinoline
Town and Country Living / Sand and Sisal / Yesterday on Tuesday
Clean and Scentsible / Debbie Doo’s / DIY Show Off
French Country Cottage

Check out these posts for even more fall projects and recipes!

Easy tutorial to create this pretty fall wreath!  You can easily change this out for other seasons as well!
Easy Fall Wreath

These little pumpkin soaps are so cute and easy to make. Must try!
DIY Pumpkin Soaps

Beautiful fall decorating ideas!
Fall Decorating Ideas



  1. says

    Hi Jenn, I know what I am putting on my chalkboard, thanks!!! LOVE that fun little pumpkin bunting! So adorable!!!! Pumpkin patches are abounding with all kinds of pumpkins around here!!!! Isn’t this a fun blog hop? Pinning and featuring your chalkboard on FB!

  2. says

    This is so cute, I love the pumpkin bunting! I have an empty white frame on my chalkboard wall in my kitchen and this would be perfect for fall! Thank so much for sharing. I would love for you to link up to Your Designs This Time on Monday’s at 8:00. Hope to see you there!

  3. angela says

    so I made one of these pumpkin banners. for me? it looks OK. I’m not talented as some of you are. but I used construction paper, orange and white, I made stripes on the white, similar to your’s. and my green vines didn’t come out as well. but its cute, and so thank you for the inspiration!!! mine is hanging on my indoor fireplace mantel!!!


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