Twine wrapped pine cone and old book.
Fall 2011: Simple Decorating Ideas!
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I’m on day five of a 31 Day series on getting inspired for the season and holidays ahead. I’m starting out with sharing a few Fall decorating ideas, but I’ll be transitioning to ideas like preparing for guests, setting holiday tables, getting a jump on Christmas ideas — and I’ll be throwing in some crafty and gifty ideas in there along the way.
So, I don’t do a ton of fall decorating at my house. Just a touch here and there. I showed you my mantel already. I keep it all very simple, which is pretty much my style all year round. Simple is how I roll.
Decorating for Fall gets me in the right frame of mind for this nesting season. It transitions my mind towards all things I love still to come this season.
Mini-apple in a frame.
Fall hydrangeas from my yard, placed a tarnished teapot.
Fall apothecary with potpourri, pine cones, nuts and moss. And very glaring glass.
Pretty gourds tucked in here and there on the mantel.
Green apples under glass dome.
Crazy white 4 month old Goldendoodle puppy named Jack watching
Sponge Bob on TV like he is our second son.
I get lots of requests for more pictures of Jack, so there you go!
Thanks for following along with my series! You guys are awesome.
Day 2: Plush Pumpkin Fall Giveaway!
Day 3: Why I Love this Season
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