It is officially Fall, with Halloween a short time away. Most folks decorate for early Fall beginning in September, and by the time October rolls around, they are ready with their spooky items.
Unfortunately, I am shamefully behind on getting my outdoor décor Fall or Halloween-friendly, oh dear. My solution: Outdoor swags that incorporate both Halloween and Autumnal elements, thus making the transition to late fall an easier one. I hope you enjoy the post!
You will need:
A witches' broom
Fall foliage swags
Burlap or hemp twine
For this project, I used a total of five fall swags. One each of sunflowers, one each of darker foliage with an acorn per broomstick, and I split evenly one last swag of autumn leaves.
Bead glue onto the broomstick.
I placed the sunflower swag first. Hold in place until the glue cools.
Bead glue on top of the swag stem. Add your second swag.
Here is a close-up of each side. Right.
I thought they were missing something, so I decided to add a small pumpkin to each. Remove the tag of each pumpkin, but do not remove the plastic.
Where to buy:
Broomsticks, The 99¢ Store
Fall Foliage, The 99¢ Store
Mini pumpkins, The Dollar Tree
Hemp thread, I had on-hand from The 99¢ Store
Burlap Ribbon, Wal-Mart
Raffia, The Dollar Tree
I hope everyone is enjoying their Fall so far! Thank you for visiting.
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