Friday, October 18, 2013

Fall Front Porch

Since I recently shared my back patio, I thought I would share my Fall front porch.

(Please excuse that horrid, dirty screen door.  One of these days, I will replace it.)

I put out "the usual" as far as my Halloween decorations go.  I love these paper lanterns.  The two black ones I got years ago at our local Pumpkin Patch's gift shop.  They've taken a bit of a beating - it gets really windy here and have come home to find them in the neighbor's yard.  The poor spider lantern has lost some of it's legs.  The orange one I got at the Dollar Tree and it even lights up.

I also put out my Halloween wreath.  It's showing a little bit of wear and tear, but still in decent shape.

I added a grapevine pumpkin & Target Dollar Spot lantern to the mums that I already had out on my table.  (and sorry!  I should have cleaned that table before photographing!)

I love this sign - I think I got it the year I bought the house.

I haven't bought any pumpkins yet, but I will and will add them to the porch when I do.

I love the Fall and so glad it's finally here!  I just hope the weather catches up to the season soon - it's still a bit too warm here in Southern California.

Originally posted by Adventures in DIY

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  1. I love, love, love paper lanterns. I don't know what it is about them, but they just make me so happy.

    Thank you for linking up to the Twirl and Take a Bow Party. We plan on partying every Tuesday. Hope to see you again.


  2. Featured your pillows in my IKEA Halloween pumpkin pillow cover blog post! Happy Halloween!

  3. This is really cute. Love the lanters!

  4. What a sweet setting. I'm charmed by the cat lantern. Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday on Organized 31.


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