Sharing simple fall porch decorating ideas to welcome the beautiful fall season.
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Hello and welcome to Our Crafty Mom! Today is all about celebrating the wonderful fall season. Living in New England, it’s pretty magical this time of year.
I have to share one of my favorite photos that I took at peak fall season last year:
If you follow me on Instagram you may have already seen this picture. Can you believe this was taken at my daughter’s college campus? I don’t think I would ever go to class with a view like that!
Today I am happy to once again be participating in the fall edition of Decorate Your Porch hosted by my sweet friend, Amy, from White Cottage Home And Living.
Last year I shared my small side porch decorated for fall. This is the door that we typically enter. You can see that post here.
For this year’s blog hop, I chose to share the front porch, where guests enter.
I’ll still be adding fall decor to the side porch, including mums and pumpkins and the teal pumpkin that I made for the teal pumpkin project.
If you are not familiar with this project, please check it out. It’s such an important cause for kids with allergies.
Simple Fall Porch
The first thing I do when I decorate the outside for any season, is place a wreath on the door. It really sets the stage for the decor that I choose and the colors I go with.
I made this fall wreath a few years ago and it’s still one of my favorites because it’s so full and the colors are classic fall.
Next up, a simple fall garland was added around the door in the same pretty fall colors.
I’m totally team pumpkin spice, so I just HAD to buy the adorable pumpkin spice everything sign that I found at Michael’s. It was 80% off!
Olive buckets are the perfect size to hold colorful mums.
The pumpkins are actually from my Dad’s garden. He plants them every year for the grandkids and great grandkids, who get such a kick out of it.
One tip I have for decorating with mums is always put them in another container. It’s amazing how much better they look when they are not in the plastic buckets that they typically come in.
You can find clay pots for a good price at the craft store and they look gorgeous with mums.
I hope you enjoyed these simple fall porch decorating ideas. If you did, I would love it if you would PIN the below image.
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