(This was bought at GW for around $4).
This metal tray was around 4 dollars prior to the discount, and I knew it would look good on the coffee table and having a low profile would not impede seeing the t.v. I stopped at two rustic items stores, and found the small stuffed green and orange pumpkins. The white ones are real, and the burlap ones are from the Dollar Tree last year. I found the antler at the GoodWill that had the tray, and the cotton stalk was in the same store as the pumpkins.
I added a a couple of faux tea lights to the mix. I like having natural items in the tray. Another thing I was happy to find was real bittersweet.
It was around $5 for the stems inside the pottery. The ring around the top is faux and I've had it a long time.
Last week I found these 2 runners for less than $5.
I was thrilled to find this shutter and hen pictures.
Then this week I found this matching plate.
I found the 2 chicken pictures and the shutter last week, and the heart shaped topiary, today.
These three matching flower arrangements were less than a dollar with discount, and I knew they would fit perfectly in this tray.
There were three of these large cloths. They were marked as napkins, but they are much larger than napkins, and were the perfect colors.
The mantel got a new look.
View from the sofa.
I moved the large arrangement to the dining table from the living room. It's been all over the house!
Fall items were added to the ceramic dough bowl.
This arrangement began in poor shape, but I kept adding this and that until I was satisfied with it.
The picture of the birds was around $4.00. It works perfectly in the sun room.
More views from the sun room.
An arrangement I made using a frappe bottle, and items from Wal Mart.
Side table in the breakfast nook.
In the foyer.
In the living room.
My brother gave me this old truck. Pumpkins in the back!
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