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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

A Little Bit of Fall

Well I know I said I was not doing fall until the floors were done but y'all that will be October most likely so I did get a few things out.

My sister, Kristi, gave me some fall picks, ribbons etc and I decided to use them in a fall display.

I use these glass cylinders at Christmas filled with Christmas ornaments but I dumped out the ornaments and filled it with all things fall.


I found these cute pumpkins in Cullman and I could not leave them there.  I topped the cylinders with them but later changed my mind and just placed a pumpkin beside each cylinder on my mantle.


Just a touch of fall and so cheery.

I also got out some of my Fall Smalls.


It is on the coffee table in the living room. This is enough fall for now. I will wait to bring out a few more things once October arrives.

7 comments:

Ramblings of a Retired Lady said...

I am the same way.....after Labor Day it becomes fall! lol Like your decorations.

Sandy said...

I love your fall decorations. After being in Auburn this weekend it is all I have on my mind. Your dough bowl is stupendous!

Mary said...

Fall is here in feel but I haven't started decorating yet, your pretty d├ęcor is giving me the inspiration I need. I just love your dough bowl filled with smalls.

Robin in Virginia said...

Arlene, what a great idea to use your Christmas cylinders and fill them with fall things. Your dough bowl is looking very fallish.

Anonymous said...

Love all your decor, Arlene! Especially your dough bowl and handiwork. I won't be decorating this autumn (unless the house deal falls through). I shall just have to drool over yours! xo

Mari said...

I still have Summer out here, but I need to start changing things up. It looks great there. I always enjoy your dough bowl!

Carol said...

Very nice fall decorating, Arlene. I just can't bring myself to bring out the fall yet as we had such a short summer here. I'm always sad to say goodbye to the season as I know winter is just around the corner for us northerners :)