The Life of Jennifer Dawn: 9 Simple Ways to Decorate with Pumpkins & Weekly Link Party

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

9 Simple Ways to Decorate with Pumpkins & Weekly Link Party

When I think about fall, pumpkins are certainly one of the first things that come to mind. Real! Artificial! Even ones made from paper or fabric! Here are 9 ways to incorporate pumpkins into your home decor for fall. Which of these simple, creative ideas would work for your home to add some festive flair for the season?
1. Pumpkins as Placecards
What a fun idea! Chalkboard paint transforms these small pumpkins from The Heathered Nest into lovely and creative placecards for fall entertaining.

2. Pumpkins on the Front Porch
Adding pumpkins to the front porch like the mother-daughter duo from Timeless Creations did is a lovely way to usher fall into your home.

3. Pumpkins as Mantle Decor
This Pumpkin Hoop Fall Banner is such a cute craft! And it looks great strung across a mantle. Be sure to stop by The Country Chic Cottage for a full video on how to make them.

4. Pumpkins on Tables
What a gorgeous fall tablescape Vicki and Kristen from Timeless Creations put together! I love the textures and the contrast between the white pumpkins and wood table accessories.

5. Pumpkins on Pillows
Holly from McCall Manor did a gorgeous job with these applique pillows. How I love white pumpkins and neutral fall decor!

6. Pumpkins on Garlands
This garland of paper pumpkins from White House Crafts is darling! And it would look great anywhere in the home--across the mantle, mirrors, windows, or even door frames.

7. Pumpkins on Printables
Printables are an affordable and lovely way to decorate a space. The internet is filled with hundreds of free printables that you can print, frame, and display like this beautiful chalkboard printable from Gluesticks Blog.

8. Pumpkins and Flowers
This DIY Magnolia Pumpkin from Lolly Jane is a decor piece that's versatile enough to go anywhere in the home. Beautiful!

9. Pumpkins and Paint
I love pumpkins that you can decorate with year after year. Be sure to stop by Brandy's blog to see how to make these stunning vintage inspired silver pumpkins.

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