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9 Fall Decorations You Can Make With Items from Your Yard

English: Fall leaves and acorns
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It can be easy to get caught up in the cliche aspects of fall like halloween and pumpkin spice lattes, but Bustle is reminding readers of the best part of fall: the great out doors.  More specifically, it is showing us how we can us the out doors to decorate our homes for fall themed events.  If these are fabulous ideas, I don’t know what is.

  1. Hang a colorful leaf hanging
  2. Display feathers in vases and centerpieces
  3. Make a sweet sign with gilded acorns
  4. Put together a rustic repurposed center piece
  5. Make a fallen leaf wreath
  6. Line decorative candles with leaves
  7. Decorate plain glass jars with natural elements
  8. Combine elements for a farm-house glam centerpiece

For the final decor idea, click here.

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