Fall Decor for $1!



I’m not the best when it comes to seasonal decor or any decor, but I put together some fall looks that might inspire you. The best part is I paid $1 for each piece or I used what I had. Of course, I bought the items at the Dollar Tree.


I stuck some faux leaf stems inside this vase. I already had the lighted branches. The Farm Fresh signs and leaves were a buck each at Dollar Tree.


I already owned the candle, corn, and tray. However, I saw similar corn cobs at the Dollar Tree.


I like incorporating my candles with my fall decor.


These fabric pumpkins were a buck each.

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I already owned the pumpkins and illuminated candle. I picked them up last year at Hobby Lobby for cheap.


The sign and pumpkins cost $1 each.



The scarecrow and pumpkin …one buck each.


These flower stems were $1 each. I’m picky about flower arrangements. I can’t stand fake looking flowers. Dollar Tree always has nice flowers, leaves, and stems. They’re the cheapest around.


I took a glass vase and added Buckeyes that I purchased from Hobby Lobby. Then I tucked in flower stems from Dollar Tree. This cost less than five dollars, and I love how it turned out.


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I bought these orange and green bottles from the Dollar Tree and topped them off with decorative stems and flowers.


I’ve been meaning to paint this vase but it hasn’t happened, so I tucked some maple leaves inside it.

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I did the same to this one.


Another one dollar sign from the Dollar Tree. I think I bought the pumpkin at Hobby Lobby last year.


This is a simple way to spruce up your shelves.


My favorite. Miss Scarecrow. I can’t remember where I bought this last year. However, the two golden orange pumpkins came from the Dollar Tree.


I hope everyone is relaxing and enjoying their weekend.

Stay blessed,



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