Fall Home Thanksgiving Decor
W E L C O M E F R I E N D S
We are absolutely loving the bright Fall days here at our place! Look what I “cooked up” this week to share with you, my Fall Home Thanksgiving Decor.
Fall Home Thanksgiving Decor
It’s true that I do like to get out of the kitchen and this is one of our favorite Thanksgiving traditions. Our youngest daughter and SIL were married five years ago and we made these pumpkin topiaries for their wedding. We actually used amazing fresh Fall flowers, fruits and vegetables with lots of bright berries, celebrating their special day.
Ever since then we have gone on a Fall scavenger hunt to find all the fixings. We have a natural little pond behind our home where we found cattails, dried weeds and thistle pods, wild roses and bushes with berries. Our SIL grew and shared the pretty little gourds with us, thanks Shane! The small green pumpkins were grown and contributed by our new neighbors, Linda and Dennis.
We did buy the white and orange pumpkins, but that’s all! The log bases are stored year after year. The pumpkins sit on oasis squares that I use to build the arrangements and I made the silk wreath more years ago than I can remember. I miss my dear friend Deby from Rexburg. She made the happy hanging gobbler for me, a gift I always cherish.
How do you say “Welcome” at your house this time of year? I bet there is something close by just waiting to be arranged for your front porch.
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Now THAT is absolutely my idea of fall decorating. I really love all the natural elements.
Love the idea of using the stump…it is such a clever and simple idea. It is on my pin board now! Thanks!
Your porch shouts ‘Welcome’ with those beautiful topiary! So unique and so festive and inviting! How nice that you have most of the materials right around your home.
You have such a lovely and welcoming front entrance to your home. Just beautiful. That you for the inspiration.
I love the two beauties on each side of your door…gorgeous! 😀
THAT is so beautiful! SO welcoming.
On my doorstep????? Nothing.
BUT in the morning……SNOW!
I bet Deby misses you.
I’m trying really hard NOT to be jealous of your beautiful Utopia!
What a fabulous entry to welcome in Fall. Those topiaries are just outstanding. You would pay a fortune for those at a craft fair. I love all of the found and grown items on them. What a fun and pretty tradition. Pinning it, not that I could ever make it look that great!
Looks like you’re ready for Thanksgiving, your topiaries are beautiful-enjoy:@)
Beautiful! My front porch…one pumpkin!! 🙂
I have an arrangement of gourds and a big pumpkin in a nest of leaves – all sitting on a child’s chair on the veranda.
What a gorgeous, welcoming porch!! Your topiaries are works of art!!! Everyone entering your doorway must feel very special.
I love you outdoor decorations! I have one measly potted mum that hasn’t frozen yet and a wreath on the door.
So pretty! Traditionally in autumn on my front door is a wreath of “silk” red, orange and yellow leaves. Many years ago the supplies were purchased at Michael’s.
I enjoyed your visit on my blog.
Your front porch decor is beautiful! And the turkey is a nice touch! 🙂
Thank you so much for visiting! You are so pretty and so talented. Those pumpkin topiaries are the most creative thing I have seen this fall, so I am saving the photo.
I will follow you, and definitely be visiting!
What a lovely blog you have! I can see I am going to enjoy checking it out frequently! We have similar tastes! Thanks and nice to meet you!
Your front entrance looks beautiful!! I LOVE those pumpkin topiaries!! Stopped over from WUW. Martina
that is seriously the best entrance i’ve seen. it is perfect!
Hi there, your front porch looks so inviting. Thanks for sharing all that beauty. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
you are all decked out for Thanksgiving! Gorgeous entry!