It’；s officially Fall， my absolute favorite time of the year! To help everyone celebrate today I have a free printable Fall Bucket List for you to download. It’；s packed full of lots of fun things to do in the Fall. Just print it out， and hang it up to remind yourself to do some fun fall activities before the season passes you by.？ If you like this project you may also like these cute Halloween Treat Bag printables.
A few weeks ago I walked into my？teenage？daughter’；s room and saw this written on her chalkboard. ？I love that she sat and thought out all of the fun things she wanted to do this Fall.floral pillow cases
I immediately thought it would make a great printable! Print one out and hang it on your fridge so that you don’；t let Fall slip by without doing some of your favorite things.
I contacted Brynn of Whitefield Design and worked with her to design this Free Printable Autumn Bucket list (you may remember her from the amazing Derby printables she made in Maycanvas throw pillow covers， she also designed my logo). ？I pretty much just showed her the photo then let her work her magic!？She designed the printable in two styles， a more casual one (like the first photo) and a more formal one like the photo below.
She designed a copy perfect to run through a Minc foil machine and a “；chalkboard”； inspired copy for those of you who don’；t want to use the foiling machine.
To download the printables head on over to the TEMPLATES page.
Print out on White Cardstock and Color with Prismacolor Pencils.？
Print on White Cardstock with a Laser Printer (this is the one I use) and add gold foil with a MINC machine.
Put it in a Rustic Wood Frame
Tape it up on the Fridge
Print it on cardstock with a Fall or Autumn pattern.？
Print them out， frame them and enjoy!!
(the frame I used for my printables is from Amazon –； you can find it here)
I love to see what you do with the free Printables. ？Karli shared hers on Instagram…； I love how she printed it in black and white and added detail with a gold paint pen! Share yours too， just tag me @polkadotchair on IG!
Another reader sent us this photo of the bucket list. Her daughter used colored pencils to color it in! What a fantastic idea!
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Summer is winding down here and we are enjoying absolutely beautiful weather this August, which is almost unheard of in Kentucky. ?I figured there was still time for a few fun summer sewing projects before fall. ?I created this quick and easy Patchwork Twirl Skirt for my daughter and thought I’d share the tutorial with you.
Forget the dress. These days a new veil purchased in a boutique or even a David’s Bridal will cost you anywhere from $50 to $300. Definitely not budget savvy. Some brides forgo the veil in favor of a simpler look like a birdcage veil, hair brooch or flower accent. These are typically much less expensive than a veil. But if you’re like me and want the classic bridal look, one option to consider is reusing?or upcycle an old?veil.