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Fall Fox Garland: Easy and Affordable DIY Decor with Dollar Tree Items

Create a beautiful fall-themed fox garland using affordable Dollar Tree items. This easy and inexpensive DIY decor project will add a touch of seasonal charm to your home. Follow our step-by-step guide to make your own fall fox garland today.

Hello everyone! I'm excited to share an effortless garland design with you all. Our project today involves creating a garland using fox ornaments purchased from Dollar Tree. We will also incorporate wooden mini-leaf embellishments and faux floral to add a wonderful touch. You can find a complete list of materials below.

Completed fox garland displayed on twine with wooden leaves and faux floral

Video tutorial




Creating your fall fox garland

Materials 

Mod Podge
Paintbrush
Acrylic paint
Mini wood leaf embellishments
Fox ornaments 
Decorative napkin
I'm also using a mini-craft iron 
Parchment paper
Hot glue
Craft knife
Sandpaper

Adding the decorative napkin to the wooden foxes using Mod Podge

Mod podge, paintbrush, wooden fox, decorative napkin, and mini iron.


To prepare the wooden fox for decorating, start by removing the bottom layer of the napkin. If you have a mini craft iron, it can be used to apply the decorative napkin to the fox. After brushing a thin layer of Mod Podge onto the fox, place the napkin design side down on top. Cover the napkin with parchment paper and use the craft iron to press down while moving over the fox. Once the parchment paper is removed, the napkin should be smooth. Use a craft knife to remove any excess napkin and sandpaper to smooth out the surface around the fox. Finally, apply a thin layer of Mod Podge to the top of the decorative paper and allow it to dry. To finish decorating all of the wooden foxes, just follow the same steps as before. Be sure to repeat the process for each individual fox.

Applying acrylic paint to wooden leaf embellishments


To begin, grab a paintbrush and coat your wooden leaf embellishments with acrylic paint. I opted for an orange hue and a deeper shade of red for my leaves. Additionally, I applied brown acrylic paint to the stems of the leaves.

Adding wooden foxes and leaf embellishments to twine

Wooden foxes with decoupage decorative napkin design, twine, floral cutters, wooden leaves, and faux floral on a table

Once your twine is prepared, you can begin adding your foxes and leaf embellishments onto it. Apply a small amount of hot glue at the back of each decoration once it is attached to the twine. This will prevent the decorations from rotating and guarantee that the front side is always facing outward.

Once you have added your twine with foxes and leaf decorations, you can complete the look by adding faux floral.  To do so, first remove the stems from each flower using floral cutters, leaving only the flower bud. Next, add each flower to the twine using a small amount of hot glue. 





Your fall fox garland is complete and looks beautiful displayed on a mantle, window, or door.

Did you enjoy this craft? Please share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Comments

  1. Looks cute. At first I thought the leaves were lights. You know I like things that light up :) Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 130. Pinned.

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    1. Dee, yes, I can't forget how you love things that light up. ✨️ If you put a tree up for Christmas, I'm sure it has many lights and is beautiful.

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    2. The tree yes but there's also candles and light up displays of all sorts :)

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    3. Oh yes, I figured you had all the light-up displays as well. 😊 I love it.

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  2. I have never tried an iron with mod podge before, I think I need to give it a try, I always dislike the wrinkles I seem to get when I use it. Your foxes look adorable, what a great way to bring in the fall Stephanie!

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    1. Cara, this was my first time trying out the iron method and I really enjoyed it. It took less time compared to the other method I use. I was surprised at how well it works with eliminating the wrinkles. I hope that you have a wonderful weekend.

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  3. That is SO CUTE and looks pretty easy. I may have to try this with my boys!

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    1. Leah, thank you! Yes, it is a pretty easy craft. I think you will love creating this with your boys. :)

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  4. Steph, this is precious! Pinned 📌.
    #20

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  5. That is a great idea for using wooden ornaments. Foxes are one of my favorite fall animals. Love the woodland theme! You're being featured on the #HomeMattersParty. Drop by my blog after 9 pm on Thursday to see your feature! https://lovemylittlecottage.com/

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    1. Kristie, thank you so much. I'll be sure to drop by. :)

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  6. Very cute garland! We loved it so much at #HomeMattersParty that you're also being featured on my blog as well. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Allyson, thank you! I'm so happy you all enjoyed it. I'll be sure to stop by. :)

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  7. Visiting again to say thanks so much for linking up at #IMadeItMondayLinkParty 26. Pinned again.

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  8. i was just clicking around on the internet -- lol -- and came across the creatively crafty link party --- decided to join in the fun and been checking everyone's links --- this to too cute! i love the little foxes!!

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    1. Diane, aw I'm glad you were able to come across her link party and visit my page. Thank you! Im happy to hear you enjoyed the foxes. 😊

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  9. Oh my word, what a cute garland. You always seem to find the perfect paper napkins for all your craft projects. This will be a feature over at Handmade Monday this week.

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  10. Your Fox Garland looks beautiful <3 Thank you for sharing the tutorial - using iron is new for me and I am going to try it :)

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    1. Thank you so much. 😊 Yes, please give it a try. Using the mini iron helps make the process much easier when applying Mod Podge. Also, it gets rid of the wrinkles in the napkin. Thank you so much for visiting.

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    2. saved on 'to do list' and pined :) thank you for inspiration :*

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    3. Yay! You will just love how it turns out. Thank you. 🥰

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  11. Wonderful, thanks for sharing on craft schooling sunday!

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  12. Oh wow, these are super cute. I am going to show it to my granddaughter as I am sure she will love to make it.
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    1. Aw, thank you. I hope your granddaughter has fun creating her very own. :)

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