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I’ve been waiting for ages to get to blog about things from my “Fall” board! It’s finally cooling off at night now, so I began to decorate for the season. (We have to decorate here in SoCal- otherwise we wouldn’t ever see any changing leaves or signs of winter). I am really not an “artsy-crafty” person, so I rely heavily on the ideas of others to inspire me. Here are a couple photos of my mantel now that I think I’m done.
I had to take the pictures from a side angle because the reflection kept catching me in the photo. 🙂 Overall, this was a cheap project. I bought the glass hurricane and the leaf garland at a garage sale for $1 each. I found the scented pine cone/fall foliage filling at Hobby Lobby for $5. I went for a walk to find the sticks in our neighborhood, and I found the berry topiary at a local thrift shop for $4. My inspiration for the hurricane came from this centerpiece I saw on Pinterest.
I started my outdoor decorating today, too, but they still don’t have pumpkins or decorative gourds at the grocery store!!! I’m waiting very impatiently…
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