Holiday pillows are an easy way of making your home a little more festive. I had been thinking about purchasing a couple of Christmas pillows from a website recently, but one day, I stumbled across a holiday pillow sale in Walmart. They were two for $5.50 – a good price – so I bought two packs.
I tend to go a little overboard with my holiday lawn decorations. I’m no Chevy Chase, but I do like to have fun with decor. Here are pictures of my fall lawn decor at my old house. This year, I’m in a new house, and I brought the scarecrows out in September and kept them in my yard throughout Halloween and Thanksgiving. You can generally find these for sale for less than $10 each at Walmart, Fred’s or similar dollar stores. I added a new scarecrow to my collection this year. He is currently guarding my front porch. In the next few days, I’ll try to make a new post about my current fall decor and include photos of my new scarecrow since I recently created a centerpiece and decorated for fall after putting all of my Halloween monsters back in the storage shed to live until next October. Have you done any creative fall decorating? If so, I’d love to see it and even feature it on my blog. Feel free to post a …
I picked up this fall wreath in a thrift store for a couple of bucks.
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If you want to liven up your walls, but don’t want to bother with hanging wallpaper or spending a lot on pictures or art, here’s an idea: Purchase pieces of foam board at a craft store or Lowe’s. (I think it cost about $10 for a paneling-size piece.) Then cut it in half or thirds. Cover it with fabric, decorate it and hang it in your wall. I covered the foam board I bought in burlap and used wallpaper sample guides that had been sent to me by a company. The result was a colorful, modern art display. You can also cover the foam boards in fabric, wallpaper or anything you think would look like a nice art piece. Depending on what fabric you use, you can draw, paint on the canvas or add photographs. Got a comment? E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tweet me at @lareecarucker. Save