As fall arrives, so do the fantastic seasonal decorations. I love fall colors: auburn, red, yellow, orange, and brown. Fall means Halloween, Thanksgiving (which means my favorite event of fall, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!), apple cider, pumpkin carving, and plenty of plaid clothing (I love the lumberjack look).
I think every home should have a wreath on its door. It’s an easy and inexpensive way to decorate your home and celebrate the seasons. It also provides such a pretty welcoming to guests who knock at your door. I love the abundance of craft projects that specifically focus on fall (pumpkin decorating is obviously my fave), and I want to try out this wreath tutorial. The pinecones are beautiful and would transition from fall to winter quite nicely, which would save you money by having one wreath for both seasons. Pinecones can be found in your yard or at a craft store. Ribbon is relatively cheap, and if you pay attention to the coupon section in your Sunday newspaper, you can often find coupons for up to 40% at Michael’s.