Autumnal DIY Pie Garland

Eva Amurri Martino shares an easy autumnal decor DIY

This blog post was originally published on November 4th, 2019.

 

I really do love a fall-centric DIY…especially ones that are easy to assemble. Extra points if you can assemble them with kids!

I tried this DIY Autumn Pie Garland and loved it so much I had to share.  The materials are really straightforward and inexpensive, also.  I made this expecting to have it up for a few days to test it out, and it has been front and center, hanging from our mantle for over a month. I’m just really digging it this year! LOL. Maybe it’s because I’m preggo and want all the pie…in any case, whip one up if you’re feeling like a fun and festive Fall craft!

For this garland, I decided on Pumpkin Pie, Berry Pie (with a lattice crust), and an espresso icebox pie.  But if you have personal faves, I say go crazy with those! It’s mostly about representing your own unique tastes! I made three of each “slice”, and then strung them on waxed string with pom-poms in between.

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Step by Step

Step 1

Cut Pie Slices!

Making sure that all the pie slices are identical sizes, cut the triangles for each flavor of pie. I did this by first folding the rectangular card stock in half to make each triangle double-sided. This allows you to easily thread the string through when your garland is ready to be assembled! I made three of each flavor.

Step 2

Cut Pie Crust!

Cut 3/4 inch strips for the pie crust at the top of the pie, and fold them back and forth in an accordion shape to create a crimped look. Working with each flavor at a time, create your pie slices! I chose to do a lattice-type “crust” on the Berry Pie.  For the Espresso Ice Box Pie, I used the glue gun to attach espresso beans on to the chocolate brown paper, and for the Pumpkin Pie, I added a few pom poms to the top of the slices as whipped cream!

Step 3

Assemble!

Now, assemble your garland. I alternated pie slices and added three pom pomps between each.  Enjoy or share your creation!

Photographs by Julia Dags

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