This year, I've been admiring all the white pumpkins and neutral home decorations for fall that have been popping up in blogland. Most of my fall decorations are vibrant oranges and reds, so I had to start from scratch...but I didn't want to break the bank doing it. So, while the girls napped this afternoon, I decided that the foyer would be the perfect place to start. It's not a big area, so a little will go a long way;)
When I think of fall, the first thing that comes to mind is pumpkins! I remember seeing somewhere that someone made their own pumpkins out of fabric, twine and filing. So, I headed to my scrap fabric pile and pulled out some cream fabric that I have left over from another project, cut out three different sized circles, stuffed them them with polyfil and secured the top with twine (I used my glue gun to secure it). Easy, peasy and cute to boot!
Next, I headed outside to find some sticks. There was no shortage of those in the yard, so I grabbed a handful and put them into a vase that I already had. This is such an easy and best of all FREE way to decorate your home. I raided my basement and found the black star and shiny silver pumpkin candle holder. I think that these three items look great together.
And here it is!! My Fall/Halloween Vignette! I love how everythings works so well together and also, didn't cost me a thing!! I think that I deserve a treat for that...who'd like to join me for a Pumpkin Spice Latte?!
And another view of the whole area....I purchased the mirror decals from Michael's last year.
Have a great weekend everyone:)