It’s almost October! I feel like I blinked and the year was gone. How are your fall decorations coming along? Honestly, I’m behind. Once I finished the front porch, I took a break and am just now getting back at it. How about you? Need some ideas? Check out what these 10 great bloggers came up with! (Links below the pictures.)
Decorating with pumpkins is so much fun and it doesn’t have to be messy. Here are some of the no-carve pumpkin projects I’ve done that I still love! The best part? They’re easy to do and they can be used year after year. Below each pumpkin is the link to the full tutorial. Enjoy!
Fall is right around the corner! I know some of you wish summer would never end. Here in Western KY though, it has been such a hot and humid summer that just about all of us here are ready for cooler fall weather.
Ever notice that there are some people who have the natural ability to find the cutest fall decor and create gorgeous vignettes with no problem at all? Believe it or not, that wasn’t me. Crafty, yes. But decorating didn’t come naturally; it took me a few years to develop that skill. The great news–if you are challenged in the decorating department but really want to add some cute fall touches to your house, I am here to help get you started. The best part–8 of these items are under $20!
Here are a few of my favorite fall decor items this year including the current price and link to the items. (FYI–This post is not sponsored. I am not earning any commission by sharing these links and items with you.)
My favorite: Assorted white pumpkins
Price: $15.99 (package of 6)
My favorite: Happy Pumpkin Spice Season Wall Block
Price: $17.99 (sale)
My Favorite: Burlap Teal, Black, and Natural Chevron Wreath
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Adding a little sparkle to your front porch or living room for fall couldn’t be easier thanks to this simple glitter pumpkin craft. You can use any color you want and if you have a glitter-obsessed child like I do, they will love helping with this craft! Here’s what you need:
Pumpkin (mine was artificial)
Mod Podge, any finish
Apply Mod Podge to every other ‘stripe’, but not all at once. Do one stripe at a time so the Mod Podge doesn’t dry on you.
Using a spoon, sprinkle glitter over the place where you have Mod Podged. Repeat until your pumpkin is done.
Once your glitter stripes are dry, your glitter pumpkin is ready to display!
For more great fall craft ideas, check out the Holiday & Seasonal page!
Looking for a unique way to decorate with pumpkins? Check out these 10 clever ideas! (Links below the pictures).
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Fall wreaths are springing up all over our neighborhood and I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for the weather to catch up with the decorations. Have you put up your fall wreath yet? If you need some inspiration, check out these 10 fabulous fall wreaths! (Link below pictures).
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I bought this metal floral cone from Michael’s back in March and it was pink. It was perfect for the spring floral arrangement I made. But that was it. I didn’t really have a use for it after that. So instead of storing it, I gave it new life with some Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Provence and dark wax and turned it into a fall project!
I didn’t strip it, sand it or use primer. I just wiped off the dust and started painting. I used two coats of Provence and after that was completely dry (I waited about 4 hours), I gave it a light coat of clear wax and let it sit overnight.
The next morning, I covered it with a thin coat of dark wax, rubbing the wax into the details to give it that distressed, antiqued look and then wiped off the excess wax with a rag.
I picked up an artificial fall floral arrangement at Michael’s and put it in the cone. That was it!
I just love the orange and yellow against the aqua color, don’t you?