Although the official first day of Fall is not until the 22nd, once September has arrived I get Fall Fever.
There is a slight chill in the morning air and our Utah mountains are gearing up for putting on their yearly spectacular show.
It’s time to freshen up our home with some of the beautiful orange, gold, green, and earth tones that signify Fall.
I created the Fall window after seeing one that Trisha from Glass Slippers and All That Stuff used to hold the word Love. I didn’t have a four pane window so I divided it with a strip of burlap topped with a rolled rose. I had a 6 pane one and debated about writing A.U.T.U.M.N.
Fall is a season of BLISS! Cooler temps and colorful mountains.
An assortment of fabric pumpkins spill out from a vintage shopping basket.
This banner was one that I pinned to my ‘Fabulous Fall’ Pinterest board. It was a quick, easy, and fun project.
Made from old book pages, scrapbook paper, buttons, and strung on bakers twine.
Aren’t the eyes on this owl just so cute?
To carry on the book page theme I brought in a rustic branch and added some leaves cut from book pages. I also added some of the hot wings from my Maple tree and a few real dried leaves.
All together it makes a simplistic Fall mantle.
On the hearth a rustic box that I white washed is filled with last years dried Limelight Hydrangea blooms.
Although Spring is still my favorite season I love so many things about Fall. Harvesting all of the wonderful bounty from my garden is just one of them!
Happy Fall Y’all!
This post was featured in a collection of 20 Fall ideas on Anderson and Grant Blog
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