Happy Friday friends!
So while I’m dealing with some blog technical issues caused by a plug-in update (ugh… this techie stuff can really make my brain hurt sometimes) I thought I’d share a few of my past fall projects for those of you who may have missed them.
Fall is my favourite time of year.
I don’t do much decorating for it because I’m spending so much time outside enjoying it while stacking firewood and doing fall garden chores, but I do love to do a quick project or two each year.
Like these repurposed shower curtain ring pumpkins.
While this is a little time consuming it’s quite easy to put these together.
These ombre spray painted vases were a quick and easy project.
I made this rusty rooster wreath with dollar store copper scouring pads and part of a rusted cow bell wind chime.
This faux pumpkinseed wreath was made with a really beautiful $1 thrift store scarf. A quick raffia bow and a few faux leaves was all it needed to finish it off.
And this rusty wheel wreath with dollar store leaves was so easy peasy.
And speaking of easy projects, my teacup pumpkin took all of five minutes to put together and was one of my most popular projects.
Sometimes I’m an overthinker, so it helps to be reminded by quick and easy projects that oftentimes simple is best.
Do you decorate for fall?
Thanks so much for reading and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!