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Fall decorating

Try our easy decorating ideas to add fall touches to your home with pumpkins, gourds, corn husks, dried corn, nuts, leaves, fabric and other materials.

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Get set for entertaining from fall to New Year’s with a casual tabletop look. Centered on a eucalyptus-and-strawflower garland, the versatile decor keeps pace with the season’s many gatherings.
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Combine pumpkins with chrysanthemums, bittersweet, zinnias, asters and other fall plants for elegant seasonal displays.
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Use succulents and seedpods to turn an ordinary pumpkin into a colorful fall display.
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Here in Indiana, we've officially hit that in-between season, where the temps dip in the evenings and the tempo of life slows a bit.

There's something ...

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Make a beautiful fall wreath from field corn, gourds, snowberries, cranberries, tiny pumpkins, pine boughs, ribbon and jute.
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With a handful of garden stakes and some simple hardware, you can transform palm-size pumpkins into a bouquet of magical torchères in minutes!
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Download a free printable booklet of 10 Midwest-theme pumpkin stencils, including a lighthouse, maple leaf, log cabin, ear of corn and barn.
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Download our free woodland stencil booklet for guides to painting, carving or etching leaves, squirrels, a moon, owls, deer, acorns, mice and more.
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When the outside temps drop below 50 degrees, you can find me inside curled up in a chenille throw or cotton blanket. (Yes, I'm a wimp when it comes to chilly...

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Decorations for your front door, tabletop, mantel and yard are among our most-repinned fall decorating ideas on Pinterest.

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