Simple Fall Porch Decor

Fall Home Tour featuring Simple Fall Porch Decor

Isn’t fall one of the funnest seasons to decorate?  Welcome to our Fall Home Tour, featuring my home and 6 other talented bloggers who I adore.  If you are coming from Jenna Kate at Home – WELCOME!  Make sure to head over to She Gave It A Go after your visit here to continue on our Fall Home Tour.

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Simple Fall Mantel Decor

Simple Fall Mantel Decor

By CityGirlmeetsFarmBoy

Welcome to our Fall Festival Blog Hop, where 25 talented bloggers are sharing their tips and tricks for this wonderful season of Fall. Each day of the week will feature new themes and inspiration! Continue reading “Simple Fall Mantel Decor”

Fall Table DIY Decor

Featuring DIY Table Decor by CITYGIRLMEETSFARMBOY

This post contains sponsored products that I wanted to share with my readers.  These do not include affiliate links.  But I have attached where to purchase these products if you are interested.  Similar products for fall decorating can be found on my affiliate link through Amazon here.  I will add a list of all my references at this end of this post. 

Fall is such a beautiful time of year, and an exciting time to refresh your home. It doesn’t have to cost a lot to add fall touches to your spaces!  Join me on this amazing Fall Blog Tour and get inspired! A huge thank you to Brendt from She Gave It A Go for hosting. If you are joining me from Amanda’s Blog Midcountry Journal – welcome! Be sure to head over to Merichelle’s Blog We’re the Joneses next on the tour. Continue reading “Fall Table DIY Decor”

Do It Yourself Cake Plate

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DIY Cake Plate

Ready to make a super easy cake plate for the holidays? Or even just for a fun display decoration? They are so simple and inexpensive – check out my 60 second video tutorial and then pin it for later when your ready to make yours!

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Easy Stamped Wood Chargers

I love using my wood chargers on my table settings, especially during the fall holidays.  They are so versatile, easy to use and easy to make.  I first learned about wood chargers from The Shanty Sisters – these gals are my mentors in so many ways (and they don’t even know it!).  Here is a link to their blog post on where I learned how to make them:

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At the time I made these, a Kreg was way out of my wheel house (I was too nervous to use it!).  So I glued my strips together with wood glue and clamped until dry.  If you want to use a Kreg Jig, see my post below for instructions – I love mine now once I tried it!  Additionally, I have a link for more chargers and used stencils to decoration them below.

The Kreg Jig – You Can Do It!

Do It Yourself Stenciled Chargers

You can watch my 60 second video tutorial here and then follow all for all the details!

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Holiday Blog Tour

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I am so excited to welcome you to today’s Holiday Vignette feature of the Christmas Festival Blog Tour hosted by Kendra from Joy In Our Home Blog.  Many of you might be joining me from Stacey at Poofing The Pillows Blog – isn’t she darling?  Thank you for following us on this tour!

Do you often think about Christmas Decor and wonder how you can incorporate your every day items into this amazing holiday?  I have come up with 8 fun ways to help you do just that.  At the end of the blog, please share with me your ideas and creative ways of decorating your home for the holidays, I would love to hear from you!

First Tip: Use your chargers

I love DIY chargers and the versatility they bring.  If you don’t use them for your place settings, add them under your tablescape for a simple addition to your decor.

Don’t know how to make them? Cut 12 inch strips of 14 inch wide wood. Sand and stain.  As easy as that!

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Second Tip: Add ball ornaments to empty spaces

If you have vases, baskets or lanterns lying around your home – add ball ornaments to fill them up for the Christmas season.  Need to find a chunk for super cheap?  Head to the The Dollar Tree!

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Third Tip: Use pinecones

Pinecones aren’t expensive and look perfect with all types of decor styles for the holidays.  You can keep them neutral or spray paint them any color.  Hot glue them to a foam ball, add some ribbon and then place on top of a candle stick – so easy!

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Another pinecone DIY idea is to fill them up in a basket and highlight them with ball ornaments and greenery.  The Home Depot sells ones that are laced with cinnamon – your whole house will smell yummy!

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Fourth Tip: Hang your ornament with fishing string

I love the look of ball ornaments hanging in mid air.  I use fishing string to make a square knot at different lengths.  You can add these to a chandelier or off of any shelf for a fun holiday twist.

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Fifth Tip: BEADS!

String beads add such a fun flair to holiday decor.  They come in so many colors and so many price points.  Lately even wood beads have adorned feeds.  Find decor around your home that needs a little spicing up and lace them over and under.  There is no right or wrong way to add string beads!

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Sixth Tip: Flower Sprays

I love adding different colors of flower sprays for each holiday.  If you have vases, mason jars or any other bucket, add new flowers for each season!  I wrap red sprays in burlap for Christmas, pink sprays in ribbon for Easter, and orange sprays in brown twisted paper for Thanksgiving.  The Dollar Tree, Joann Fabrics and Michaels have an amazing selection for very inexpensive.

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Seventh Tip:  Use wooden trays

You can decorate wooden trays very easily during the holidays.  Fill it with skulls for Halloween, pumpkins for Thanksgiving, and pine needles for Christmas.  This one I found at our local thrift store and sprayed it with Chalk Paint.  You can read all about it in my tutorial here. 

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Eighth Tip: Use Ribbon

I love adding a splash of thick ribbon material to my chairs.  I can’t move them out of the room so I might as well add some holiday love to them!  Ribbon brightens up any normal decor you have and turns it into a holiday must have.

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Now you have 8 more tips to add to your decor tool belt on ways to decorate your home for Christmas.  I am so grateful you joined me today!  Check out a few more of the places I love in my home this holiday season before you go:

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I hope you enjoyed yourself and learned some new ways to add holiday decor to your home!

Head over to our next Christmas Blog Hop Tour with the amazing host – Kendra from Joy In Our Home Blog!  You will love what she is showcasing today!

Happy Holidays!

Love,

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