My Fall Sheshed Decor is pretty simple this year. I’ve added some Easy Drop Cloth Pumpkins and a few other inexpensive things that I’ll share with you here. I tend to be a pretty frugal person when it comes to seasonal decor. Maybe frugal isn’t the right word… practical is more like it. I don’t mind spending money on a lot of things for the house, but for some reason, the seasonal decor isn’t my favorite thing to spend money on. All of my Fall Sheshed Decor this year is extremely budget-friendly.
My Easy Fall Garland DIY was probably one of the quickest (and cheapest!) additions this season. Didn’t it turn out cute!
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For the mantel, I reused some things I already had and also added some things that mom gave me. The little potted pears were from our old retail store in Paso Robles. Mom made the feather wreath awhile ago and I wrote a quick tutorial that you can find here. I also cheated and flipped the farmhouse banner over and tied some Dollar Tree wood leaves to the front. I gave them a quick rub with some stain and I love the way they turned out. Did you notice my cute stamped books that say, “Family Is Life”? I got them from my friend, Ocean. Please go check out her Etsy shop and her Instagram feed @lifeofasmalltownblonde.
The areas around the shed are really coming along. It felt like the outdoor landscaping projects would never end, but I think we’re finally gaining on the space. I’ll share more of the outdoors on another day! Thanks for stopping by to see the latest at Hootshack. I truly appreciate your visit. Please be sure to leave a comment below so I know you’ve stopped by!