Hello Sweet Friends,
Hope this finds you enjoying some
cool Fall weather unless you live
in Florida, as that won't be happen-
ing for probably at least a month.
So if you are having great weather
enjoy every minute of it........
Told you last week I finished my
Fall decorating, and I would show
you some pictures this week.
Today I will start with our entry
Use small signs or tags that you
already have or make your own.
I used a sign I already had and I
also made one......You can make
them in photo shop, printmaster
or any card package or if you
are great at writing or drawing
by all means use that talent.
Use a blank Christmas wreath
and put whatever you want on
it......I just simple stuck flowers,
faux apples, berries and nuts in
the wreath, I never use glue, then
I can take it all off and do some-
thing different with it the
I used to sell wall accessories years ago,
and we were taught that the most important
wall to decorate, was the first wall you see
when you walk in a room. That would
be what they call your Impression wall.....
So when you come in our front door,
this is the first wall you see.....and
quite honestly this wall has been a
enigma for me for 35 years, and just
this past Spring I finally had it done
in a way that I was thrilled with.
As you can see the layout is
much the same but just changed
it up for Fall............
Use most anything that has Fall
colors; Here I used books and
Use Fall printables - there are free
Fall printables all over the internet,
Just type in free Fall printables and
you will have lots of choices, and if
you have been blogging long you
probably know most of the free
printables are offered by other
bloggers, so take advantage of
this free art.
or make your own as I did here.
I designed my own Fall printable
to go over a picture that had a
brass frame, then printed it on
shiny photo paper.
Use double sided tape.
I just use double sided tape and
attach it to the glass on each
corner and in the middle between
each corner, then center it and stick,
and you have yourself some
new art work.
and Here is what it says......
I will try and see if hubby can help me
find a way to make it available to yall
too, just in case you are interested.
Use fresh or faux flowers in
any Fall colors. Flowers always
bring the outside inside, as well
as pinecones and natural elements.
Use scrapbooking paper.
They come in an array of colors
and patterns and look beautiful.
Year before last, I bought a set of
watercolor pictures for my birthday
but I bought them with a purpose in
mind. The pics themselves, inside
the matting were exactly 12" X12"
- the size of scrapbooking paper.....
I knew that way I could purchase
pretty scrapbook paper and would
have a new picture or pictures,
by using my tape method.
Here is a close up of the scrapbook
paper, it is hard to see in the picture,
and it looks way better in person
that these picture makes it look...
The background is a gold foil and
really looks rich.
Here is the bottom of the plant stand/
table....I should just call it a table as
that is the only way I have used it
Use candles....especially in
the Fall and Winter.
Everything always looks better
with some candlelight.
Hope this will inspire you if
you are in the process of doing
your Fall decorating.
Have a Blessed Day
Keep your light shining brightly!