Saturday, September 6, 2014

It's Fall on the Mantel

 Love this time of year ! Fall is in the air in our home !
I made this Fall bookpage banner last year , I wasn't going to use it again but it still looked good so up it went!
 I used alot of the sweater pumpkins I made the past two years from thrift store sweaters, and the Harvest sign I just freehanded on an old board.
 A galvanized bucket of hydrangeas from the yard, glitter pumpkins from Walmart ,berry garlands and leaf garlands.
 I think I got the burlap glittered sunflowers at Hobby Lobby last year on clearance.
 I love the sparkle of the glittery sunflowers and pumpkins..with the rustic boards and bucket.
 I will be back with more Fall in our home tomorrow !
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16 comments:

Jana said...

Love ur blog! Such great ideas!

Carol said...

Your fall mantle looks so pretty, Priscilla--love your warm and welcoming decorating style :)

White Lace and Promises said...

I want your mantle! It's very warm and inviting.

Susan Newbigging said...

Your Fall mantle is gorgeous. I love the book page banner. I may just have to attempt to make one and also the Harvest sign. Beautiful work on your mantle.

Betty from My Irish Cottage Home said...

I love your mantle, it looks so pretty. I wished I had one in my home.

Kris said...

Looks so warm and inviting Priscilla! I need to try out some of those sweater pumpkins. I am beginning to do my Fall decorating too. My favorite time of the year!
xo Kris

Carol said...

Your mantel looks beautiful!

Linda O said...

Love your Fall mantle, the colours are great and the little glitter pumpkins are so sweet, love it all
Linda O xxx

Marie Blackburn said...

Priscalla, your beautiful Fall Mantle caught my eye at the That DIY Party. Makes me want to go sit by the fire with a good book and some apple cidar! It is snowing here today so that would be quite fitting. Snowing in September - crazy!
Marie@The Interior Frugalista

Angelina B. said...

Your mantel looks so cute! So festive and fun!!

Diane Jordan said...

Hi lovely lady.
I love your Mantle for this coming fall..
God Bless.
~ Diane

Lory Bernstein said...

Love the sweater pumpkins!! Great vignette!!

Lory
Designthusiasm.com

Karie's Chic Creations said...

Love, love your mantel. And your blog is adorable. I couldn't help but notice your cute granny square afghan. Love it. And you have my friend Sue on your side bar. Felt Button. She is my best friends. I am following you. I can tell you have the same tastes as mine. Thanks for sharing. Karie

bj said...

Your fall mantel is just adorable. I love the cozy, warm feel of it and now I want a harvest sign...:)
I am a new follower...

Jann Olson said...

It's beautiful Priscilla! I ended up using the same banner I made last year for my mantle also. It just seemed to work. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Deb said...

I miss having a mantle. Love the Harvest sign.