Hi all, hope your weekend was a great one! I just got on here to blog hop when I came across Whisper Wood Cottage, they are having another talent scouting party and if you win you could be featured in Cottage& Bungalow’s magazine, the theme is Autumn Decor, neat huh? So I thought I’d dig up some fall pictures I have and join in on all the fun! The party starts today, July 16th, so here’s a few picks of my fall décor! First is the diningroom:
I love my black pumpkin that started out as an orange styrofoam but then I painted it black and tied a white bow on it!
Full view of the room…these pumpkins were the same only I painted them white and used black ribbon on them!
Just used some raffia (bought in a package at a yardsale) to set them in!
Livingroom: I used candle holders from the Dollar Tree, painted them white and sat some white painted pumpkins on them, the crows are also from DT! It’s hard to see but in the lines of the pumpkin I used a silver glitter, glue pen to define them a little.
The coffee table got dressed too, I used two, glass pieces from DT and glued them together to put some tiny, little gourds in them, co cute!
Kitchen: The top of the frig with faux fall stems collected from the DT too.
We have a community yardsale every August and another lady sold next to me she wanted something of mine so we traded, I don’t know what these are but I know I like the color of them so much!
On the kitchen counter, I used flowers and leaves and other things taken from arrangements sold at yardsales for $1.00 or $2.00 that I didn’t care for but knew I could use the stems and berries for my own arrangements!
Entryway: The wreath is a yardsale find and just filled in the empty spaces with fall picks from DT and JoAnn’s!
Last, my front porch:
Love my black door! The wreath is another yardsale find and just filled it in with some fall picks and a bow that I made!
Although a lot of things have changed in my home when these pictures were taken last year, I’ll still use them this year again, everything I used was inexpensively done and that’s what makes it so much fun!
Have a wonderful day!