Three effortless ways to use fall flowers in your home will hopefully help you prepare for the coming up last few days of the season.
While I know it is barely mid-October, I have to tell the truth.
I have had Christmas decor on my mind all week ;0.
I know, I know. It’s only the third official week of the fall season!
It’s just so hard to ignore all the pretty and shiny Christmas things already in every online shop…
But nonetheless, everything fall is still going strong over here in my Southern California home ;).
And using fall flowers around my home is such a fun way to remember – it is still fall!!!
I am joining some lovely blogging friends to share how they use fall flowers this season as well.
All of their posts are listed below for you to check out after you are done here ;).
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Three Effortless Ways to Use Fall Flowers in Your Home
Succulents On A Pumpkin
A friend/coworker of my husband’s gave us a beautiful succulent cinderella pumpkin the other day!
And I loved it so much – I wanted to share it with all of you.
Then I realized, some of you may actually ask how this was done…
So I ran out to Trader Joe’s for another cinderella pumpkin and some mini succulents. Took out my glue gun and some moss grass and made my own so that I could photograph the steps for you to make your own.
It literally took me about ten minutes to make this fun fall floral decor ;).
And I have my husband’s coworker to thank for reminding me of this quick and easy way to spice up the pumpkins around your house ;).
So here are the quick steps (minus going to your local nursery to get the pumpkin and succulents).
I also always have craft moss on hand in my house which I get from Amazon.
Be sure when you are picking out your pumpkin that it has a sunken in top with no stem to make it easier to work with.
First, using a hot glue gun, glue the moss onto the top of the sunken in cinderella, or fairytale, pumpkin.
Next, take the succulents and remove the majority of the roots and soil so that you can hot glue the bottom onto the moss.
I decided to add some dried flowers that I also keep in my floral stash ;).
And voila – succulent pumpkins!
Our friend suggested spraying the succulents with water occasionally to keep them alive for the rest of the fall season…
A Bouquet In the Bedroom
Urban Stems is my favorite online flower shop!
I have used them multiple times throughout the years and they never disappoint!
They recently sent me an assortment of their fall collection for my home.
My house is now filled with beautiful floral arrangements everywhere but my favorite spot for a pretty bouquet is the bedroom.
We recently made changes to our bedroom including updating our gallery wall.
And now the first thing I see when I open my eyes in the morning is photos of some of my favorite people and favorite memories with them :).
I placed another of the Urban Stem’s bouquets on my family room side table.
The bouquet is the perfect final touch of fall in that room ;).
Faux Flowers on the Dining Room Table
Even though we moved Thanksgiving dinner outside back in 2020 and have kept it out there, I still decorate my dining room table for the season ;).
And my favorite items on the table are the festive fall floral arrangement with the faux pumpkin vase filler right in the middle of the table.
I wish I could give you the link to the gorgeous large glass pumpkin and mosaic gourd with the floral arrangement, however I have owned those items for over TEN YEARS now!
I.E. – links for those items are nowhere to be found on the world wide web… I am so sorry.
But hopefully, you have something pretty to make a pretty centerpiece on your table with some festive fall florals ;).
If not, I have linked some alternatives that I have found and love below…
I hope you found some inspiration with these three effortless ways to use fall flowers in your home this year ;).
While I have been making changes to use more muted and neutral tones in my home decor, I still love the pop that fall flowers provide around a home.
Especially those yellows and oranges!!
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