I don’t usually decorate for the Fall. I just skip right past to Halloween, but this year I decided to go all out for the season. Of course, I did it on a budget.
This look was so simple. I bought the green and orange bottles at the Dollar Tree along with the cotton plant stems. Then I added a pumpkin stem decoration that I bought for a dollar at JoAnn’s Fabric.
I found the perfect wreath at JoAnn’s Fabrics marked down to only $15. Now, I needed some pumpkins.
I only found one ceramic pumpkin after checking three Dollar Tree stores. It’s hard to beat those DIY chicks when it comes to seasonal items. My search continued.
I didn’t give up and located more pumpkins at JoAnn’s from small to
large, and they cost less than two bucks each. I love this pumpkin.
I tucked these orange flowers from the Dollar Tree in a vase for a fall look.
This flameless candle brings warmth to the room. This was a Hobby Lobby purchase for 50% off. I paid around three bucks for the candle. I should have bought a larger size as well.
I tucked a decorative stem into a vase with lighted branches. Pretty during the day and night. The stem was from JoAnn’s and cost $1.30.
I spruced up my table centerpiece by adding some seasonal touches.
I tucked some berry stems in a vase filled with flowers. The flowers were bought at the Dollar Tree a few months ago.
The berry stems were forty cents apiece at JoAnn’s.
Now, it’s time for my DIY project. I bought the supplies at Hobby Lobby. Unfortunately, I had to pay full price for everything except for the drawers which were 50% off. The total cost was about $ 30.
I love this drawer. It matches my living room, and I can decorate it for each season.
I put a candle, pumpkin, decorative corn, and buckeyes in it. I could have gotten cheaper leaves at the Dollar Tree, but they didn’t look as real as these.
I’m loving these rustic looking drawers.
Such a great fall look.
I hung these signs around the house. They cost a dollar at the good ole Dollar Tree.
I found the perfect scarecrow at Old Time Pottery for about ten bucks. I overpaid but she was just so cute.
There’s no way I couldn’t add a little bit of Halloween fun. I bought this skeleton plug-in holder from Bath & Body Works last year. It’s such a fun look. I hope you enjoyed a peek into my home.