“A fallen leaf is nothing more than a summer’s wave goodbye.” ~Unknown
Actually Sadie is the one who is inviting you in. This is one of her favorite places to lounge, especially when the door is open and she can see out. FYI, that’s her bright pink leash hanging on the hook. She really gets excited when we ask if she wants to go out!
And this is the matching shelf we bought. You can see the entire set here. Our realtor gave us a GC to Pottery Barn and I bought this with free shipping and other deals they had. We sure didn’t pay anywhere near what it’s selling for now. Plus, at the time they had this color of wood that we bought, along with white or black. Now they only have mahogany and antique white. I love how I can hang my happy pumpkins from the hooks.
This sign is a case where it was cheaper to buy it on clearance than for me to make it. I found it at Joann’s just the other day for 60% off.
Other than the sign, I used everything else I already had.
I’ve had these dried hydrangeas for at least 3-4 years. I cut and dried them from hydrangea bushes our neighbor had, but then she went and got rid of every one of her bushes. She had told me she didn’t like these hydrangeas and I could take all the flowers, but she never told me she was going to have them taken out. If I had known, I would have loved to have had one or two of them.
I love keeping a reed diffuser on this shelf because of how good it smells when entering. And you can find the tutorial for my rustic book page pumpkin with classy pearls by clicking here.
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If you missed my post on this simple fall decor in less than 5 minutes, then check it out. I love how it looks on our new blue entry rug.
I love looking at the backside of my DIY raven’s wreath on our screen door. The wall plaques came from Magnolia Market, and I fill the glass jars with seasonal sprays of flowers or greens.
This was my mother’s wreath that I kept and hang up every fall. Isn’t it beautiful!
Sadie would like to thank you for stopping by. She loves visitors!
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