Country rustic fall decorating with florals and texture
This time of year just has me with a smile on my face, pretty much until after Christmas. After that, I get a little salty, I can’t lie.
Not a winter gal at all, not even living in South Carolina. My dream is to be a snow bird someday. Any hoot, today I am sharing our country rustic fall decorating with happy floral colors, pattern and texture.
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First I want to jump right into my diy floral alphabet banner created by my dearest blogging friend Ann Drake from On Sutton place.
Last year if you are a regular here,you may recall I purchased these pretty tablecloths for curtains. I still love them and couldn’t wait to fluff and hang them again this season.
I knew the moment I saw Ann’s floral alphabet I had to have them and knew exactly where I would hang them. I made this banner in two minutes. Instead of punching holes in the card stock paper, I simply hot glued twine across the top and then made some cute twine bows to go in between.
Almost looks custom made for our kitchen to compliment the fabric table cloth I have hung for curtains.
You too can have this floral alphabet and create anything you like. You can check out the details on Ann’s blog HERE.
Ann recently used my gather here stencil on a no sew pillow she made. It’s awesome. I also love the tips she shares on stenciling.
Ann’s gather no sew pillow HERE. Very blessed to have such a wonderful friend here I can call on, count on, and is always there to support me. We have been a very good support system for one another actually. Never think what we do here is easy guys. May look fun and easy. The fun part of creating is indeed fun, but there are days you sometimes feel like nothing you do is good enough, or right, etc etc. It can be very hard on us mentally. Blah, blah, you came to see my kitchen right? Ok.
Now off to the rest of the kitchen.
Had to buy a real pumpkin and give my gather here stencil a try. It worked:)!
The market cow stencil worked well on the faux white pumpkin as well. At least this one I will have forever. Faux never rots and dies.
Say what you will about faux flowers, but some are very realistic and they too never die.
And there is my diy rooster rolling pin stencil rustic tray. You may also spy a stenciled tea towel. I bought a pack of the flour sacks and Walmart and plan on making a few more of those for Christmas gifts.
I love our corner kitchen windows. I love them even more since my husband added the kitchen window shelving a few years ago. It’s really nice to change up the decor per season.
My pioneer woman plates are a pretty color combination for the fall season.
Blue ball vintage mason jars filled with some potpourri, pine cones and cinnamon sticks.
There is where my market cow diy pallet sign wound up.
I made some cute little pumpkins out of copper scrub pads. Just stuck a stick on top, hot glued, and the tied some twine around them. You notice I am a big fan of twine. I seem to use it often.
I originally saw these cute little pumpkins created by Kelly from My soulful home HERE.
Decorating with aprons is simple and cute. This one I hung on a wreath hanger and then found this heart twig fall wreath in one of my bins. I swear I think I have had that since the 90’s. I do not get rid of much.
That’s it for the fall kitchen tour. Off to go hula hoop! Have I told y’all about that? I will save that for another day. It’s not easy, but I am having a ball trying to master it. I’m not even close yet.
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