Sunday, September 9, 2012

Here Comes Fall

Fall is almost here.  The weather turned cooler here this weekend and it finally got me in the mood to decorate.  This year I am going to use what I have and try to evoke the fun of the season without spending money.  First up is my vignette on the buffet.  Gone is the back-to-school vignette and in it's place is a simple arrangement that speaks fall to me. 

The crab apple and bittersweet were from mother nature and the license plate and iron stone are from my collection.  I added a little pumpkin I have used for several years and the look is complete.  Are you getting your fall on yet?    
 Sherry
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19 comments:

Courtenay@Creek Line House said...

It's just perfect! Natural elements like you added are always the highlight for me, and even better if they cost you nothing! I'm inspired to get outside and see what I can find!

Denise said...

Looks great Sherry! I haven't gotten my fall on yet (we've still had temps. close to 90 the last two weeks), but I'm very anxious to do so. It is a good idea to decorate with the things we already have.

Have a wonderful day!

Denise at Forest Manor

Susan said...

Sherry, your fall decorations are gorgeous. I love the vignette you created. I have two of those same plates you have on your wall. They usually sit on my mantle. I took them down for my fall display.

Rita said...

beautiful and inspiring fall vignette.
rita

Helen's Decor said...

Hi Sherry, I simply love the unique look of your mantle. Seeing your old car tag reminded me of the Texas tag, that I saved. It all looks festive. Helen

Jagoda said...

Hi! I like your fall decoration, so charming and warm! Greetings, Jagoda

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Cute vignette. Love the whimsy of the license plate. I have started some. Cooler here this weekend, too.

shaggysheephome said...

I just love your style and I know I am on a tight budget this year so any fall decor on a dime would be appreciated. Using branches from the yard that scream autumn is a great way to decorate cheap. Keep the ideas coming.

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Ooooh, I love it!! all the natural elements look so pretty with the ironstone!

Gail said...

Beautiful fall vignette Sherry!

Bronwyn said...

Simple and homey looking-lovely! No autumn decor in my home yet- too hot here still!

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Sherry, this is so pretty! Your fall decor is just wonderful!

GinaBVictorian said...

Your fall vignette looks nice on your buffet. I think I am about ready to do some sort of fall decorating, just not sure what yet. Have a great Monday! Gina

Katherine Wolak said...

That looks stunning! :D I adore what you did! :)

Hugs,

Maggie Ann said...

That arrangement is lovely! I'm keeping things simple here...like no fall decorations so far. Not yet anyway. Our living room has lots of pink in it and that doesn't go well with orange tones. I'll have to think a bit.

Ruby and Arthur said...

This is such a pretty vignette~! I am also trying to decorate with what I have, but I couldn't resist buying some mums! Jean

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

Fall is near, and I am so happy about it. Fall and Winter are two of my favorite season, I come alive, no more horrid heat! Love your arrangement, simple is good. Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

Christie said...

Thanks for linking up Sherry! I featured your antlers in My Monday Muse V! Next week there will be a give a way too! Hope to see you there!
Christie

ps I'm in Illinois, love the license plate!

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

Love this vignette! I'm all about trying to decorate without spending any extra money. You did a great job. I think it forces us to be more creative when we don't just go buy new things...don't you. I shared this as a favorite on Mod Mix Monday.

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