Fall Decor-Dollar Tree & Marshall’s

It’s time to pull out the fall decor.  Every year, I like to change up my fall home decorations. That can be pricey so I like to shop around for the best deals. Let’s start with Dollar Tree. Of course, every item costs a dollar.

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I grabbed the last of these fabric pumpkins. I was lucky to get these few. I can’t find them anymore.

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It doesn’t get cuter than these signs.

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Dollar Tree had lots of these scarecrows dressed in various outfits.

 

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The Dollar Tree floral section always has great finds.

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I grabbed a few Mni flowers stems to tuck in my DIY flower arrangements.

 

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These cattails looked realistic.

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I grabbed some Gerbera daisies

 

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and some maple leaves.

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I got the last two glitter pumpkins

 

 

Now, let’s take a look at Marshall’s. If you don’t want to mess up your color scheme, these ceramic pumpkins may blend with your decor. They’re big enough to make a statement and bring elegance to any room.

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This is one way to make a statement.

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Here are more options. They retail for $12.99 each.

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This is interesting! It would look great at a fall or Halloween party. $29.99

 

 

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I haven’t decided which fall pillow I want to buy this year but here are some options. Keep your eyes open. I’ve got a Marshall’s Halloween decor post coming soon.

Stay blessed,

Barbie

 

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