In honor of today being the second day of the Falliday season (no one gets excited about the second day of stuff, so I wanted to), I figured that it was about time I showed ya'll our barn's autumn decor. Because we are going to be out of town much of this season, I really tried to use mostly items that we already had lying around the house or in our local fields. We did splurge on a few little 99 cent pumpkins and a couple branches (look out, big spenders here). Also, I didn't want to get a bunch of large pumpkins like last year, only to have them rot away while we are on vacation. Nothing like coming home to a bunch of moldy, rotten pumpkins to get you in the holiday spirit! Anyhow, at the end of this post I included a few pictures from our barn last fall, so you can see some of the spaces I didn't do (because of the pumpkin situation) this year.
Since it's been so dark and cold in our corner of the world, I wanted to use a lot of deep, warm fall colors to keep our barn nice and cozy!
Okay, enough of my blabbing...on to the tour we go!
I love painted pumpkins and plan on doing large silhouette ones next year!
For a tutorial on this simple centerpiece below, click here!
For a tutorial on these DIY Industrial (wine lover's) pumpkins, click here!
To see a little bit of last year's decor, click here!
For more Falliday posts, click here, and scroll down to the fall section!
Have you been decking your halls with fall bling too?
Gotta run, I am off to bake some low carb pumpkin bars...
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