The wreath is actually a garland I got on clearance for $5 at a drugstore
years ago. I just shaped it into a wreath and love how it looks.
The small wooden bowl I picked up at a garage sale this summer for 50 cents. I added the leaves, pumpkins and berries. The cloche was also from a yard sale. It may have been 50 cents too.
I got a whole bunch of stuff there for $10. And the gourds, LOVE them! Every year I can't
wait to buy a couple bags of them and the little pumpkins, soo fun to decorate with.
The vintage looking Nestle Toll House tin was a quarter at a yard sale. Every side has a picture of a different season. Perfect all year long. The white pitcher was $1 at a thrift shop.
My $2.50 mums from Safeway. I love how just the tips
are a brownish/burnt orange color. Perfect for Fall!
There you have it, my Fall mantel. What do you think? I am loving the warm colors. The kitchen feels soo cozy now. Last week I made a little wreath for my front door, but I feel like it's missing something so I won't share it with you until it's finished. I also made a cute leaf garland with some twine and faux leaves. It hangs on the mirror in our entryway. There's little touches of Fall slowly creeping into the living room. I will finally be doing a post this week about the living room, so you'll get to see them all. See ya soon! = )