I don’t know about you, but I am so happy that the fall season is almost here.
It’s been hot as hades here in East Tennessee, and it’s time for some, as they say here in the south, “Fall Y’all”!
So here’s some super fall time decor ideas below:
Change Your Pillows Seasonally
I love this retro pillow design above, but check out these
Set of 4 Fall Pillow Covers below:
What a super way to save for the holiday seasons!
I’ve seen these decorator pillows go for a mint, and it just makes savings cents to buy a plain starter set and change the holiday designs out seasonally.
Harvest Time Decor
My favorite part of Fall decorating is seeing what my neighbors come up with each year.
Scarecrows, hay bales, and corn stalks are usually the way most of us start building our Harvest decor themes.
Super Saving Tip: Home Depot & Lowes will have a huge semi truck out front, full of hay bales for around $4 – $8 bucks.
For instance, I sprayed a corn stalk with some burgundy paint, added a scare crow and ribbons from the Dollar Tree a few years ago. Cheap and cute….
Gosh that picture was a long, long, time ago. Below is a wreath from the Value Seekers Blog on The Dollar Tree!
Places like Wal-Mart, and your local home improvement stores have really stepped it up when it comes to decorating for the fall season.
Fake pumpkins, gourds, and don’t even get me started on the the velvet decor that’s hot this year.
Velvet Me Please
Ok….I like a little bling, but add in some velvet & lights and it’s mine! I love the velvet pumpkins this year!
At Walmart, you can get this beautiful lighted garland for around $44.
Trust me….this is a deal, because these velvety pumpkins can run you $40, without all the extras!
These beauties are available at Amazon, with Prime shipping, but there almost gone, so other people must love velvet too! 🙂
Finally…if your not into decorating, and would rather just add a lighted wreath, well I’m into that too! LOL
Just add these three things together above, and you have a designer wreath with timed lights for around $62. Bam…your done. 🙂
I hope that some of these ideas inspire you to enjoy all that the Fall season has to offer.
Carving pumpkins, candle making, making cider, and spending time with your family & friends around a fire is really what the fall season is all about.
SO…….HAPPY FALL YA’LL!