Weekend Fun Party 9 comments

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Easy Fall ideasFall Centerpieces Fall Centerpiece Ideas from Oh My Heartsie Girl

Don’t spend a lot of money on a store-bought fall tablescapes and centerpieces, instead make your own by using flowers, fruits and candles, floral picks.

Fall Garland

Make a fall garland for your mantel, you can find the pattern in link below, use colored patterned papers in different colors, tie to yarn and hang on mantel or in a window. Maple and Oak Leaf  Make this a family project ad have the kids help you. I found this idea on All You for more details on this link Fall Ideas
fall centerpiece

Fall-inspiration centerpiece

Decorate tall cylinder glass vases with season items for an instant centerpiece. We filled these with fall leaves, crab apples, small pears and cranberries, but you can use what you have on hand.

Craft Instructions: Fall-inspiration centerpiece

Centerpiece platter

Centerpiece platter

Create a large dramatic centerpiece just by grouping several similar themed or colored items together on a serving platter or large plate. Then add a few candles, artificial picks to make this large, stand-out centerpiece festive for the evening too.

More InstructionsCenterpiece platter

Glowing group

Glowing group

Bring the colors of autumn to your table with a centerpiece of harvest-inspired leaves, oranges and candles. Grouping these items together on a short cake stand gives instant height to your arrangement with some oranges and fall leaves.

Craft InstructionsGlowing group

Floating garden

Floating garden

Evoke a sense of whimsy with a waterborne grouping of brilliant flowers and a candle in a bowl of water arrange the flowers around a sunken candle and you have a beautiful centerpiece for any fall occasion.

Craft InstructionsFloating garden

Harvest Tableau
This is a cake plate with 3 pillar candles, some fall nuts such as lychees, red grapes, walnuts and oranges add some fall leaves to complete this centerpiece.
flowerpot-centerpiece These are pretty straight forward flower pot centerpieces, with terracotta pots, some ribbon, plastic cups to hold your flowers, Gebbera Daises and grosgrain ribbon is all you need to complete this cute idea. You could set them on a table, in a window, group them or line them up in the center of your table. All these ideas were inspirations from All You.com
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9 thoughts on “Weekend Fun Party

  • Christina Morley

    This is what I miss! I won’t get these holidays like Thanksgiving or family gatherings if our house doesn’t sell. We were hoping to move to the States in December. Christmas is not very “Christmasy” here in South Africa. I miss the Christmas hymns and caroling and cantatas and of course, I miss all of my overseas family.

  • Christina Morley

    Hi again, Karren! I just grabbed your weekend blog hop button. I had to fix the code. The font made the HTML go wonky as it messed up the ” ” (quotations marks) and there was a space after your link name that wasn’t supposed to be there. I don’t think I can give it to you here in the comment box, but I’ll try…

  • Karren Haller Post author

    Thanks Christina for grabbing my weekend banner, sorry there was a problem with the code. I have yet to find a good place to create it. But thanks for fixing it, I appreciate that you would like to share.

  • Karren Haller Post author

    I bet you miss the states holidays, and would not think it too Christmasy where it is desert, I feel the same way as I live in the desert of Nevada and have no snow. I used to live in Northern Utah and miss that alot. I do hope you will have a buyer soon, your home is so beautiful and has so many perks, I think about you selling each time I visit or see your banner. Wishing you well, thanks for stopping by!!

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