Fall Tablescape – Seven Days of Tips 3

Bring in a touch of the outdoors for your fall tablescape this year.

Pine boughs, pine cones, pumpkins, berries, leaves, even rocks are a good choice.

And of course, it doesn’t hurt that it’s free.

So let’s get creative.

Think outside the box.

Fall Tablescape {Love My DIY Home}

I like free. Free is good.

Candles work well with the outdoors because they are made of natural products.

Who doesn’t like candles?

Fall Tablescape {Love My DIY Home}

Look through your serving pieces and pair them with your candles and lanterns filling in with the natural things you scarfed from your yard.

Fall Tablescape {Love My DIY Home}

I found this “pumpkin” at Goodwill for $3.00. The berries were clearanced at Jo-Anns for under a dollar. Pine boughs – front yard.

You can even spice up nature with a little silver spray paint. I painted these leaves last year. Click here to read about it.

Fall Tablescape {Love My DIY Home}

Here are all the fall tablescape tips if you care to take a peek:

Tips Day One 

Tips Day Two 

Tips Day Three

Tips Day Four 

Tips Day Five 

Tips Day Six 

Tips Day Seven

Think of how things are laid out in nature – layered naturally. Val @ Love My DIY Home

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