Fall Entrance

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I spent a blissful hour browsing in my favourite home decor store the other day.  As I studied their beautiful Fall displays, one item grabbed my attention ~ a pretty red berry garland.  It made me remember that my sister-in-law had given me some earlier this year. {Thanks, Lorrie!}  I immediately began to plot and plan how I could build an arrangement for our entryway table around it.

Come on in and I’ll show you how it turned out~

fall entryway door

fall table from front ps

The main sign was inspired by my sign making hero Aimee Weaver {you can see her amazing signs here}.

grateful sign

The frame of it is an old window, and the right side is painted to be a chalkboard. I found a great product that I love painting on for the sign itself.  {I’ll try to do a tutorial for it soon.}

lamp and tin ps

lamp and antique box

I fell in love with this rusty little bin of drawers in a recent junking treasure hunting escapade.  The antique glass insulators (on top) were found there, too…  You know, “one person’s trash is another’s treasure!”

fall wall arrangement ps

A bag of ornamental gourds from the grocery store and an original painting ($1.00 at a thrift store!) added a few pops of color.

grandpa's blanket

And, of course, I always love to add a little “sentimental” to every arrangement.  This wool blanket is monogrammed with my Grandpa’s name on it.  My Grandma gave it to him for Christmas one year…

 

Linking up:  Centsational Girl, Southern Lovely, At the Picket Fence, Funky Junk, AKA Design, Craftberry Bush, Chic on a Shoestring, Jennifer Rizzo, The Inspired Room, Mrs. Hines Class

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21 Comments

  1. Rita – your home should be featured in a magazine! You truly know how to put beautiful vignettes together! The colors and textures are so perfect! 🙂

    xoxo laurie

  2. What a beautiful way to welcome people and set the tone for your home. Your little vignette with the insulator and rusty drawers is fantastic!

    Visiting from your very well-deserved Crafty Scrappy Happy feature 🙂

  3. Your entry is so warm and inviting. I’m a sucker for sentimental too. Love your grandfather’s blanket. That’s really special. You have a knack for creating vignettes! Thank you for sharing your entry at the Traditions linky party.

    Sharon

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