Well it’s fall, and that means time to break out the pumpkins and take pictures of colorful leaves. 🙂 We usually aren’t into seasonal decorations that much, but we decided to do some fall stuff this year and I think it turned out so pretty! Mayhaps this little décor tour (HA!) will give you some inspiration to make your own fall decorations. 😀
I love pumpkins! They’re so cute and pretty and round. We grew two different types of pumpkins this year and they both turned quite well. First we have the mini ones… (SO ADORABLE!)
As well as a bunch of bigger ones. I like the staggered arrangement of pumpkins in different sizes and shapes for added interest.
Another fun way to use pumpkins (especially mini ones) as decorations is to spray paint them metallic gold or copper. Aren’t they pretty?
Osage oranges, or hedge apples, as they are sometimes called, are round, green, baseball-sized fruits that grow on thorny trees. They aren’t edible, though, unless you’re a cow or a horse. I think they’re so neat! We got these from our grandparents and arranged them in a rustic wire basket to serve as a door stopper.
My sister named one of them Samwise and painted it gold. XD I’m telling you, gold spray paint can make anything look beautiful! They look like something you’d buy, don’t they? Now I will say that after a couple of weeks it kind of spoiled even through the paint. But it looked pretty while it lasted. 🙂
I love the bokeh in these next pictures! (Can you tell I’m kind of obsessed? XD)
So that’s about it! I hope you enjoyed this fall-ish post, dear readers. What is your favorite thing about fall? I love the weather and the beautiful clear days and colorful leaves.
P. S. I have an ADORABLE bunny photoshoot coming up soon, so stay tuned! 😀