5 Fall Decorating Ideas I Loved So Much I Pinned

Fall is my favorite time of year to decorate. I start pulling out my scarecrows and pumpkins at the first of September and enjoy them until Thanksgiving Day. Since we have not made it into a house of our own yet since our move, that means all of my fall pretties are in storage. But that’s okay because I’m sharing with you 5 Fall Decorating Ideas I Loved So Much I Pinned on Pinterest.
5 Fall Decorating Ideas I Loved So Much I Pinned On Pinterest

5 Fall Decorating Ideas
I Loved So Much I Pinned on Pinterest


Indian Corn and Pumpkins are a sure sign fall is here. Storing them in a basket is perfect for any decor.

5 Minute Fall Decor DIY is full of pinecones, pumpkins, corn, and squash.

Wooden Bowl Fall Decor – My friend Karen and I share a love for Primitive/Colonial decor. I always feel under decorated when I read about her seasonal decorations.

Yarn Pumpkin Garland – for my prim friends, can you imagine these in wool?

DIY Outdoor Real Looking Pumpkins – while this project is going to take longer than a couple of hours. You probably have just about every needed item to make them on hand. I love how these pumpkins turned out!

You can see the rest of my fall decorating board on Pinterest. I even have a Christmas board. Are you a Primitive/Colonial decor lover like me, then check out my prim board.

Do you have a Pinterest account? If so, what are your favorite things you pin? Leave a link to your Pinterest account in the comments, I'd love to see what you are pinning.

2 comments

  1. I've never actually decorated for fall. I think I'm always too busy cleaning things up and getting ready for winter. I tend to get a little anxious this time of year, wondering why we always leave things to the last minute. Maybe I should slow down and smell the pumpkins for a change!

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  2. That is funny, Deborah. Fall is the only time I pull out all the pretty things since it can stay out for a several months. I actually hate decorating for Christmas, but will do it the weekend of Thanksgiving. I don't pull out all the cutesy things anymore, just enough to show the Christmas spirit.

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