Keep your fall décor budget friendly by using Dollar Tree supplies. Make an easy Wire Basket Centerpiece for a casual fall table setting with inexpensive items. Give a Dollar Tree metal basket a quick and easy new look with spray paint, add in assorted fall items and you can have a pretty fall . . .
Create a lovely fall tablescape with copper accents and a DIY centerpiece. Combining copper accessories with green and blue has our dining table looking festive for fall. I love putting together seasonal tablescapes, especially when I can use Items I have on hand to keep the cost low. . . .
Make an easy DIY Farmhouse Wreath for Fall. This can be put together in under 30 minutes using Lamb's Ear stems and craft pumpkins. Do you hang wreaths indoors? I like to dress up a chalkboard in our sunroom with seasonal wreaths. . . .
Creating a new seasonal centerpiece doesn't need to be expensive. For my fall centerpiece this year, I used a thrift store find lantern and greenery I had on hand. The chalk painted lantern centerpiece was an easy an budget friendly makeover that adds beauty to our dining table. . . .
Finding items at thrift stores that can be given makeovers is one of my favorite ways to create inexpensive décor. I used house shaped blocks and DIY wood charms to give these thrift store finds a farmhouse look for fall. . . .
Wood block pumpkins are easy to make and they can be made quickly and inexpensively. You can use items you have on hand to put a set of these together. I've seen variations of wood block pumpkins for years, but I've never made a set of them. I decided to make them this year and I was happy with . . .
These sweater wrapped fall candle vases are easy to make. Combining an old sweater with Dollar Tree cylinder vases keeps the cost low. For simple and inexpensive fall DIY décor you can't beat an upcycled project! . . .
Do you like to ease into fall décor for your home? Transitional decor from summer into fall means changing out the colorful pieces from the summer for subtle tones that give a nod to the coming season. Putting together an early fall mantel doesn't mean it's filled with pumpkins and fall foliage. . . .
I'm not ready to bring out lots of fall décor yet, but putting together an Early Fall or Late Summer Mantel is something I like to do during August. The centerpiece for the mantel is an easy thrift store find makeover that got a new paint job and new florals. . . .
Create a late summer DIY centerpiece using a thrifted wood crate and a combination of flowers and greenery. I like to transition my décor from summer to fall by replacing the bright and colorful summer décor pieces with more muted colors. I won't bring out the pumpkins until the first of . . .