It's Fall Y'all
So much easier than carving, they would last longer, and our squirrels won't eat them!
We love this idea for a Fall Tablescape!
I thought of this for indoor bouquets...can't believe I never thought of using them outdoors...pots for Mums & Asters, etc in the Fall...how cool!
Autumn bouquet wrapped in Indian corn
Vintage Autumn Centerpiece...start with an old large frame or mirror and add fall decorations, candles & pumpkins to create a fabulous table vignette.
We used Mason jars last winter to line our front walk way for guests, we used them this summer at my daughter’s wedding reception, and as you can see, you can use them for fall decorating too! All year round I’ve used Epsom salts to simulate snow or sand. I love the candy corn. You could try coffee beans, shells, jelly beans, marbles, cranberries … and change candle colors to coordinate with your event! The options are endless!
Simple mason jar decorating
Family Name and each family member on faux pumpkins you could use them for years!
buy a minimum of l.e.d. lighted branches (they come in a box at target), add a few real branches (for more fullness) in a rustic container, with rocks in the bottom to hold the shape of the arrangement
Wicked Witch-To make the evil witch's legs, roll orange fondant into two 3-inch-long ropes. Mold small pieces of black fondant into shoes and press onto the legs. Place the legs on a plate and use black decorating gel to draw striped tights. Put a green-frosted cupcake upside down on top of the legs.
Wicked Witch Cupcake #Halloween