Fall is almost upon us and many people are getting excited to start decorating with fall in mind.
Many of us don’t have it in the budget to decorate with expensive decor but I know it can be done on a budget. I’ve compiled some of the prettiest ideas that fit within most budgets. They really add a festive touch to your home for this fall season. Check them out and let me know what you think!
Use Popcorn Kernels As Decor
Use some popcorn kernels as decor in your home. Popcorn kernels are available at most grocery stores and are inexpensive. You can drop them in a clear vase with a candle or simply put them in a bowl with some pumpkins on top. From Passionate Penny Pincher
I love pinecones and often use them as part of any fall or Christmas decor. Instead of buying pinecones, use it as a family outing to go out and find your own! Throw them in a bowl you already have, or in a clear vase, or make a garland out of them. From Rita May Days
If you don’t already have them, you can grab cinnamon sticks and candles at the dollar store for an inexpensive fall look. Add a little greenery to the same display to carry through Christmas! I use flameless because I worry about fire. I hot glued mine to a flameless candle and tied a bow on and pull them out every year.
Leaves & Pinecones
Fill a beautiful bowl or jar you already have with pinecones and leaves. From My Colortopia
Pinecone Door Hanger
Painted or gilded pinecones will dress your door in fall hues. From The New Witty’s.
Easy Peasy! With a dollar store vase pumpkins you could create this look in seconds! From Adore Home
Simply add a flameless candle to a dollar tree vase and surround with candy corn for a festive look in seconds.
Corn kernels, small red beans, and split peas layered in a jar makes an easy look that your guests will love. From My Hearts Desire Blog.
Twigs & Acorns
This Pottery barn knockoff is simply twigs and acorns in a jar! Easy and inexpensive to copy! From Live Laugh Rowe
Leaves On a Candle
This super simple decor idea simply takes a tray, leaves, raffia or twine and flameless candle. From Just Fab
If you’re thinking about how you’ll decorate your home for this fall season, these DIY projects are such a great option. They’re simple and won’t take up too much of your time. If you take one tip away, it should be to use what you have and whats around outside your home. You can’t go wrong with all the fall vibe they give. So you should definitely give them a try. Let me know what you think.