If you saw my fall home tour a couple weeks ago, you may have noticed there wasn’t a pumpkin in sight.
I like to ease into fall.
Or maybe I hadn’t figured out where I stored the fall stuff last year…
Either way, Lindsay from The White Buffalo Styling Co. is hosting the Fall Edition of the Blogger Stylin’ Home Tours this week and asked me to join in, so I thought sure!
You’re actually forcing me to find those pumpkins, aren’t you?
If you are popping over from Caitlin at Desert Domicile, welcome! No kidding, I drool over everything that woman makes. If you don’t know her, you should. In fact, you should have known her yesterday. She’s that good.
Ok. I’m going to tell you my big secret for fall decorating.
Are you ready?
Seriously. Its top secret.
Pull out all those special treasures you’ve been storing away and decorate with them.
Like the blanket that was your dad and uncle’s when they were kids and your grandfather’s hat and your grannie’s guitar.
…litter Dollar Tree pumpkins all around.
That’s the big secret.
Because they look good with anything…even an Elvis bust and lip watercolor print in front of an abstract circle wall.
Really. Could you ask for pumpkins to be anymore versatile?
You see, Dollar Tree pumpkins are only $1.
And they look really cute painted with glittered stems.
So if you can’t find all your fall decorating items from last year, you can just spend $10 on Dollar Tree pumpkins.
Not that that happened to me or anything.
I just may or may not be too lazy to haul all that stuff out.
If we’re being honest and all.
So instead, we are making it rain with mini-painted pumpkins.
That’s how we roll…
Up next on the tour is The Chronicles of Home. You are going to love Jennifer’s home!
Rain on a Tin Roof – you’re here!
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*Also, this post is in no way in partnership with the Dollar Tree – I just really like their pumpkins.