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Bring Fall into Your Home With These #SheSpeaksFallDecor Ideas & Giveaway!

Bring Fall into Your Home With These #SheSpeaksFallDecor Ideas & Giveaway!

When you think of Autumn, what comes to mind? Oversized sweaters, leaves changing colors, a warm drink in your hands? All of that and more, maybe?

The autumn season is here and we are ready for it. But even as you break out the the cardigans and boots for a walk through the fall foliage, don’t forget that you can also bring that feeling of autumn into your own home with some super simple decorating.

How do you get creative when you decorate for fall? Tell us for a chance to win fall scented candles!

Paint a Pumpkin

We know that not everyone has the chance to go pumpkin picking, but how about the pleasing aesthetic of a painted white pumpkin from the craft shop? Better yet, painting pumpkins is a great alternative to the mess of carving one. Make some stencils of ghosts, jack-o-lantern faces, bats, or leaves (you can even buy the stencils) and use those to trace out the image you want to paint onto your pumpkin.

Fruit Centerpiece

Don't know what to do with all those apples you picked at your local orchard (or grocery store!)? They make a great centerpiece on your table. Mix those apples with other fruit, like pears or mini-pumpkins. Add acorns and pine cones to make it look like you plucked them right out of the autumn woods.

The Aroma

You can also have your home smell like the season by using air freshening sprays and candles. Apple cinnamon, pumpkin spice, and autumn leaves are super great and easy to find scents. Stores like Bath and Body Works usually have whole lines of scents dedicated the season. Sometimes you can even find great candles for a low price at the 99 cent store or Target. The candles are also a great way to decorate since they come in plenty of colors and designs.

*If you love your candles, look below for giveaway information!

DIY Halloween Decorations

While fall brings us plenty of beautiful things, there is always room for a little (not so) spooky decor as well. You are never too old for Halloween. Grab some cardboard, construction paper, string, and paint to make shapes to hang on door and drawer handles. You can create little pumpkins to stick on the doors, refrigerator, cabinets, and windows by gluing some orange construction paper to a piece of carboard and then cutting it out in the shape of a pumpkin. Then decorate to make lots of jack-o-lantern faces and anything else you'd like to see on your new spooky pumpkins! You can do the same with other shapes too, like ghosts, pumpkins, and, if you're talented, witches.

Lots of Leaves

You can bring the warmth of fall colors into the house by decorating with a leaf wreath or garland of leaves that you can buy anywhere from the 99 cent store to Walmart or Amazon. Similarly, you can achieve that look by using throw pillows, blankets, picture frames and candle holders in shades of orange, green, brown and red.

How do you decorate for fall? Tell us for the chance to win Way Out West Fall Scented Candles in "Spicy Pumpkin" and "Sassy Sangria".

There are three ways to enter:

  1. Comment Below and tell us how you get creative when you decorate for fall.
  2. Tweet about the giveaway: Click HERE to Tweet: “Bringing fall inside with #SheSpeaksFallDecor ideas & #giveaway, thx to @SheSpeaksUp! bit.ly/2wjWnK8"
  3. Post on Instagram a pic of how you decorate for fall. Tag #SheSpeaksFallDecor, #SheSpeaks and #entry.

 

*One lucky commenter, Tweeter or Instagrammer will be chosen at random to receive the Way Out West Candles, valued at $29.99. Giveaway is open through October 22nd, 2017 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.

Happy Fall!

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  • By LoraineyE
    10.04.17  

    I put out my decorations yesterday and I have a light up candle, some sparkly pumpkins and gourds, pine cones and bought some new soaps :)

  • By eason90
    10.04.17  

    Decorate pumpkins

  • By steelermom
    10.04.17  

    Change the wreath on my door to match the season. Late summer is sunflowers, then that switches to colored leaves.

  • By Gjprasad
    10.04.17  

    tweeted

  • By kcat55
    10.04.17  

    I usually make a new fall wreath each year for my front door

  • By Gjprasad
    10.04.17  

    We go a little crazy at the dollar tree where there are amazing fall decor. we decorate the front of our home . Inside i change up the bathroom and living space linens.

  • By lizstephenson3
    10.04.17  

    We have 2 phases. 1st, we decorate the house/yard all spooky for Halloween. Then once Halloween is over, we go to the more traditional Fall decorations.

  • By alluringbrat
    10.04.17  

    I make a fall display and table setting, fall leaves and flowers in vases too.

  • By elladams
    10.04.17  

    I prefer decorating for "fall" as opposed to Halloween -- that way I can keep the decorations up longer. Colored leaves, squash, pinecones and nuts (acorns, walnuts, etc.) and warm scents in the air.

  • By lilang
    10.04.17  

    Lots of orange, yellow and red whether it is leaves, rock painting, clothing, etc.

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