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Add charm to a wheat wreath with golden maple leaves. Slip the stems of the leaves into the spaces between the wheat heads. This arrangement looks best done in a spare manner so the shapes of individual leaves aren't lost. When the leaves fade, remove them and save the wreath to use again next fall.
Consider this simple approach to fall decorating: take one object and repeat it along a shelf or window sill, or down your dining room table. Surround each item with something special -- a circle of beaded garland (as shown here), some fall leaves, pinecones, or even a toss of little acorns.
Make a spectacularly easy floral arrangement for fall.
Check out your local craft store for the dried materials needed to make this woodsy, autumnal arrangement. See how in our online video!
Summer's big color gets bright and intense in fall. The hot chartreuse of Granny Smith apples declares the effect. Nest a stocky candle in the middle of a glass salad or punch bowl filled with green apples. No need to use a tall candle; simply elevate a short one with a candlestand or aluminum can. Then hide the stand with apples.
Fall branches make wonderful -- and cheap -- decorations for your home. Look for interesting shapes with leaves, acorns, or berries.
Bring the bright, bold colors of harvest season indoors to adorn your home. Wooden bowls nested together give a gathering of apples height and dimension. Maple branches full of golden leaves accent the arrangement. Place the vignette in front of a mirror to maximize the impact.
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