Now that it’s September, I couldn’t hold back the fall decor itch any longer. I’m not an over the top seasonal decorator, but I do like to add a touch of warmth to each of our rooms in the fall.
And, of course, I want to do it for FREE.
So…for September, I’m going to come up with as many FREE FALL DECOR projects as I can. I’ll use what I have in the house. Scraps, food, decor from previous years…
Let’s start in the dining room.
I have an old frame that I painted Heirloom White and converted into a try in the middle of the dining room table. Recently I corralled all of my vintage aqua mason jars on the tray and I loved the simple look.
Although, I do need a couple more.
Last night, I pick up a couple of branches from my yard (this is my version of yard work…), and rooted through my paper and fabric stash for fall inspired prints and colors.
I cut my choices into leaves with the paper/fabric folded. And glued the each double leaf together with the branch inside the fold.
I used fabric leftover from the trim on the dining room curtains, and several scrapbook papers leftover from other projects.
I tried burlap, but it didn’t stick well with Elmer’s glue, and that’s all I had on hand.
I love how the arrangement looks with my rustic wreath and cozy kantha blanket.
Just for fun, I coverted a couple to watercolors with the Waterlogue app.
So cool, huh?
Enjoy the rest of your Thursday! See you tomorrow for Five Favorite Pins Friday! I’ll be sharing my favorites from my “Fall-My Favorite Season of All” board.
With witty commentary, of course.
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