Thanksgiving and Fall Decor
Fall projects can be done with a few extra materials and things you may already have in your home, making the transition from summer to fall and winter, all the easier.

Create vases and candle-holders by adding in flowers, branches, bark, and dried wheat. With a few flowers in a candle-holder instead of a candle, you can create an interesting and unique “vase”. This will also allow for simple switch outs to candles when you feel like setting a cozy mood in your
-Take emptied wine bottles or jars and remove any labeling.
-Get creative with fall inspired looks, like your wine bottle in chic fall colors, wrapping them in rope, bottle decoupage with dried foliage, or use sticks and bark to stick on the sides or wrap around the jar.
-Put the bottles, jars, candle-holders in clusters to create a big impact.
Add in some wall by creating masterpieces of your own. Use fall accents as your medium.
-Collect leaves, branches, dried flowers, and even fall themed text.
-Experiment with these items and glue onto canvases, place in frames, or shadowboxes and then cluster together on a wall in your home. This simple décor can add a great touch of fall to any space.

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