Friday, September 25, 2020

Say Hello to Fall...

Back years ago when I had a few vintage market spaces, I loved decorating with seasonal colors, textures, and items. I also would put together small nosegays and tussy mussies tied with a seasonal ribbon and used them for decorating and sold quite a few each season. I love playing with faux flowers and since I rarely throw away any blooms or branches, they are perfect to bunch together a few odds and ends for a small arrangement. It's even more fun if you can find a vintage container for your posies.





I have a few of these metal Twinings tea cannisters in some seasonal colors that are perfect for little groupings of flowers. Many teas are packaged in paper/cardboard boxes now, but these small tins from (probably) the 70's are much more fun to display.









I may move this little riser to the island for a display in the kitchen, 
but I just put it together and wanted some good light for photos.





My two little pumpkins are the real thing though.
I brought the stripy one in from the porch.




Since I have all my seasonal decor in tubs in the garage
it's much easier to get to them and have a place to create.
So, I've been putting some small vignettes together for Fall,
to bring out some beautiful Autumnal color. 





I really enjoy decorating for the seasons and especially Fall,
but if you don't want to do a lot or have small spaces,
some seasonal color in florals and a few pillows with a throw
will easily bring out the fun and coziness of Autumn.







I'm trying to keep things a little more simple this year,
so when it comes to the Christmas changeover
 I won't be overwhelmed with work.







I have a few mums and pumpkins out on the front porch,
and I changed up the door basket with more Fall-like flowers and leaves.
(The front porch is so much better this year than last,
when we were in the middle of landscaping.)
I'll be sharing that soon.
Have a great rest of the week!
Are you decorating less this year or more?







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21 comments:

  1. So cute. I love it. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Debra, love the little tea tin. You are so right about putting bits and pieces in tiny places. I am trying to do less and think maybe I am on the right course, some may not agree! I just do my best. Your colors always seem just so right with all your white backgrounds. They are so pretty..Stay well..xxoJudy

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  3. I like the pretty tin box. That looks so great. I am doing a little fall this coming weekend. It has been so much like summer still so it has been hard to transition. Hoping this weekend to get some decor up. Have a great rest of the day. xoxo Kris

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  4. Love the tea tin and it was nice when tea used to come in them. Great idea to use it collect flowers.

    Have a great weekend!

    Cindy

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  5. Darling flower arrangement in the tin.
    Blessings to you this Autumn,
    d

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  6. Debra, this is so cute, and the tin especially. I have so many risers.....mostly at the antique mall. I need to rob my inventory. What you've done there looks really good! Happy weekend!

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  7. I love that tin. It's darling. It's perfect for fall. I'm doing about the same. I started earlier and took my time. I can't wait to see more.

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  8. Dear Debra,
    very inspiring. Love your idea with the old tea tin. Your created an awsome fall welcome.
    All my best from Austria and happy fall
    Elisabeth

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  9. I saw your tea tin and bought the cutest small black one off Amazon with Paris on the front. Not vintage but soooo darli! And it’s full of tea, bonus!!! Thanks so much the idea!!

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  10. Debra, I love your arrangement — so clever to use the seasonal color tin.

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  11. I have a similar tin that I keep some fake flowers in but I need to exchange them for a bountiful bouquet like this. I LOVE this look!

    Elena
    https://elle-alice.blogspot.com

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  12. Beautiful arrangement! The bright orange you used just screams Fall--and I love it! Great idea to use the tea tin. Hope you have a great week! ~Kristi

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  13. I remember these tea tins and wish I had kept them. What a wonderful idea for them and such a beautiful fall arrangement!

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  14. I need to remember to stop overlooking old tins and boxes! I adore this and hope to find something similar. Looking forward to seeing this years porch too! I loved last years.

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  15. That tea tin is PERFECT for your Fall arrangement!! I'd love for you to share over at our weekly Wednesday Creative Crafts Linky Party
    https://creativelybeth.com/creative-crafts-linky-party-9-join-in-the-fun/
    Have a great week!
    Creatively, Beth

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  16. It's so pretty Debra! I love using Vintage items as vases and this is lovely!! Thanks for sharing the beauty at Charming Homes & Gardens! ~ Kristin | White Arrows Home

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  17. Debra,
    I love this post. I'm so excited that we are sharing it on Wednesday for Charming HOmes & gardens link party.

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  18. I am so in love with your tea tin Debra! You definitely have me saying hello to fall. Thank you for sharing at Charming Homes and Gardens, and so happy for your feature this week.

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  19. Debra, I love it! You did such a lovely job on your sweet tea can and transferware! Thank you so much for sharing at the TFT party! Pinned and shared! I will be featuring your beautiful post at this week’s party! Congrats!
    Theresa
    p.s. Please come and share this and ALL your Fall posts with me at mine and Linda’s “Everything Fall” Month long link party.( https://www.shoestringeleganceblog.com/2020/09/fall-everything-2020.html )

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  20. So so cute! With all that is going on with school and the kitchen, I am embracing "small fall" this year for simplicity. Love this idea!

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  21. I am in LOVE with this orange tea tin! Your florals are gorgeous and you can never go wrong with pumpkins! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen

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