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Simple Fall Decorating Using Good Will Finds!

Fall is one of my favorite seasons! I love the colors, the scents, and brisk weather that allows me to take out my cute sweaters!

I wanted to add some fall decor to my home, but I still have a couple more weeks of recouperation from my surgery before resuming my regular activities. With that being said, I will not be lifting and toting and moving things around like I normally do. I still wanted to add some fall decor though, so my husband drove me to Good Will in hopes that I would find some smaller items I could use.

The trip was successful, and I can’t wait to share it with you!

I really liked the colors in the bowls and the subtle design.

I didn’t know there were three at first but as soon as I did, I got an idea. I had to get one more thing to make it work though.

I found the other thing at Michael’s for eighty percent off the original price!

I also needed plants which I purchased at Lowes. Do you see where I am going with this?

I put each plant in a bowl and used dried moss to hide the top of the pot.

The stands worked perfectly!

Here they are on a shelf in my family room, so cute!

I also found this candle holder. I thought it was beautiful and would go with the Fall decor.

I put LED candles in each glass holder

It looks great with the candles lit but also when they are not.

I wanted to put some Fall foliage around the house, so my husband got these out of storage for me.

This pitcher was my husband’s grandmother’s, it is one of my favorite pieces.

I had to put paper towel in the bottom to give the stems more height.

I used these same stems on my Christmas tree last year (see picture below).

These stems can also be used in more than one way. I use them as filler or by themselves.

Looks great all by itself!

I have a bunch of pinecones in various sizes. I like to put these out as well.

Very simple, but elegant!

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