Fall is arguably the best time of year- for parents, kids go back to school and for kids, it means that Halloween and jumping in leaf piles is on the horizon. There are pumpkin flavored cookies, candles, bagels, lattes, dog treats, galore and you finally get to dust off your favorite sweater. Not to mention.. football is back! But for many, fall means that it is time to climb up to your attic or storage unit to get out your Halloween and pretty seasonal decorations that you’ve had for years. Decorating for fall can be easier than you think- we’ve compiled some home projects you can put together simply to get in to the fall spirit!

Apothecary Jar

An easy way to decorate is to use glass jars or vases that you may have around your house and fill them with beautiful fall leaves, miniature pumpkins, pine cones, or even Candy Corn! This is a simple way to make a festive center piece or to decorate your kitchen counter.

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Decorative Table Inserts

This idea is great if you are having a fall dinner party or get-together. A festive way to add some (pumpkin) spice to the table by storing a candle or forks.

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Pumpkin Cooler

Keep your beverages refreshed by carving out a large pumpkin and placing a bowl inside with ice to place your drinks.

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Potted Pumpkins

If you have seasonal plants that you would like to switch out for something more festive, try a potted pumpkin! Stacking pumpkins in a planter and sprinkling the pumpkins with different colors of fall leaves gives your doorstep or walkway a nice look!

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Festive Crate

If you happen to have any wooden crates around your house, placing a cozy blanket, tall candles, pumpkins, squash, flowers, candy, gourds, and more can be a nice addition to your indoor or outdoor decor. You can even add some paint to the crate to give it a nice look.

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Basket O’ Apples

Surprise your visitors by securing a basket of apples on your door (whether they are real or fake).

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Have fun with it & happy fall!

Written By: Lauren Gronna, Advertising Coordinator

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