Fall Decor

Fall is officially here tomorrow! I’ve had my decorations up for a few weeks but now I feel like I’m actually allowed. Bring on cooler weather, crunchy leaves, pumpkin treats and fall activities.

Nothing says fall like an endless stream of lists detailing Pumpkin Spice Lattes, leaves, scarves, boots, football, and Hocus Pocus.

Here is a little peek at my fall decor this year. After Halloween, I will put away the Halloween stuff and leave the rest until the day after Thanksgiving. Then it’s time for my very FAVORITE time of year.

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The glass pumpkins are from HomeGoods this year. I was there last week and they still had some so head over there and take a look! Last year, they had some glass Christmas trees and I didn’t buy them that day and I was so bummed the next time I went to get them and they were all gone.

I bought the thankful sign from Target for $3 in what I like to call their dollar section. After I pulled it out of the packaging, I wasn’t in love with it so next year, I will watch for something else.

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I already had the galvanized tray with twine balls but I found these mini pumpkins at Target to add in. Target actually had a really cute variety of different decorative pumpkins.

I picked up these fall kitchen towels at HomeGoods as well. The “Come in for a Spell” sign I got a few years ago. I actually can’t remember where but I think it’s so cute in the entryway.

I bought these pumpkins at Michaels last year on clearance. I love the gold detail on the white one.

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I should’ve taken a better picture but I keep the “Give Thanks” sign up all year but I think it’s perfect for fall and Thanksgiving as well. It’s made in this great Etsy shop called Vine and Branches. She sells out of her stuff really fast so you have to watch on Instagram for when her shop opens up. The “Choose Happy” sign is also by her. I have a couple of Christmas ones too.

I hope everyone has a great weekend. Stay tuned for a little giveaway next week!

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