I absolutely love to decorate with natural elements. You can usually find dried curly willow in a vase someplace in my home at any time throughout the year. Like on my fall mantel
My goal for this weekend is to find some pretty branches and leaves. How easy would it be to just stop at a local park and pick up some FREE decor??? It’s fun for the kids too – it’s a win-win!
Here are a few idea for decorating with leaves and branches that I found (there are so many creative ideas out there!). This is the second in a series on decorating for fall with natural elements. See the first installment here
Here are just a few of the fabulous ideas I found for decorating for fall with branches and leaves.
Hot glue twigs to the outside of a glass vase. So pretty, but the fire freak inside me is a little scared at this one! via pulchritudefest
simply added some branches to the back of a garbage sale picture frame. Very CLEVER!
Jenna shows you how to make this beautiful log candle holder at SAS Interiors
Add some preserved leaves to a rustic burlap runner for an instant color boost.
shows you how, and where to find the preserved leaves for cheap.
The Space Between
shows us how to make the gorgeous dried leaf wreath. This would be a great one to go outdoors with your kids on a leaf hunt!
Of course I can’t leave out Kate @ Salvage Dior
with her branch magic. She’s been known to make her hubby stop the truck to pick up gorgeous branches she spots from afar! This one is her favorite. It adds the perfect amount of rustic fall beauty to a tablescape or to any vignette.
Gorgeous white branches atop some moss.
Or branches stuck in an urn.
Each brings an element of the outdoors in.
I hope you enjoyed part two of my series on fall decorating with natural elements. See you next week for part three!