September means Fall!

I cannot believe that it is the first day of September already. This is my favorite time of year, even though the last third of the year seems to fly by.

Fall is my favorite season. I love the cooler temperatures, the changing leaves, the hot apple cider, the pumpkins, all of it. Plus, to me, it signifies the beginning of the holiday season. This time of year really makes me appreciate family and all of our traditions!

I thought I would share some fall inspiration for you via Pinterest! You can check out my fall pin board here.

I love these fall monogram wreaths:

Living with Lindsay


Petit Design Co

These apple candle holders are so cute and would make a great centerpiece display:

Matthew Mead

I love these pumpkins covered in flowers:

BHG.com

You could totally make these pumpkins with those decorative pumpkins and some artificial flowers from the craft store. You could then reuse these every year and wouldn’t have to worry about the mums drying out!

This looks like it could be a super fun kid craft. I would just draw a tree template on paper and let my four year old fill it in with fall colored buttons!

Color Me Happy

All of these have definitely got my fall decorating juices flowing! I am probably going to start pulling out my fall decorations this weekend.

What is your favorite item to decorate with for fall?

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About Laura Silva

Laura's Crafty Life is a craft blog that was created to share my love of crafting and to hopefully inspire you to get out there and craft! You will find DIY projects, scrapbooking, jewelry making, sewing, and party planning ideas. http://www.laurascraftylife.com
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2 Responses to September means Fall!

  1. Great pictures! You have my creative juices flowing now too! I see 2 projects in these pictures that I want to make! Thanks so much for sharing! Angie xo

  2. sarah says:

    Fall is my favorite season too! I love all the craft ideas that you shared, I especially like the apple candles and flower covered pumpkins.

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