Are you on the hunt for some easy, Fall décor ideas? Me too!
If pumpkins, fall florals, and feathers sounds about right, then read on for a simple Fall décor tutorial.
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I found this twiggy floral pick in my fall stash, cut it apart, and loosely formed a circle.
Put a nest inside of the twiggy circle. You could also make a simple nest shape with grapevine or another twiggy floral pick. It’s really just to add some elevation.
I see you eyeing those eggs and wondering if this is a Spring tutorial;)
Next, I found another floral pick that had these fall colored “berries”. I cut this one apart, too, and randomly placed them on and around the nest.
See, not looking much like Spring anymore.
Scatter some dried hydrangea petals on the nest. If you don’t have dried hydrangea, then silk/faux hydrangea (or really any small petals) would work just as well.
Plop a pumpkin on top of the nest. This one is a velvet pumpkin that I made a couple of years ago, but another faux pumpkin or a real one would be just as lovely.
Related: Quilted Pumpkin Tutorial Plus a Bonus
Poke a few feathers in behind the pumpkin.
I bought my feathers at Hobby Lobby, but aren’t these so pretty, too?…..
If you have one, put a cloche over the top….
If you don’t have one, here is a cloche you might like.
Or maybe try a different type of “cloche” (similar cloche here)….
Now, if you’d like to take it up another notch, you can add your cute little pumpkin-on-a-nest to a larger Fall vignette.
I added a couple more velvet pumpkins, a mini hay bale, and some Indian corn. Then I put the whole thing on a large bread board and scattered on a few more dried hydrangea petals….
Related: A blue and white fall tablescape.
Related: A warm, neutral fall tablescape with a splash of turquoise.
Happy Fall decorating to you!
Where did you get your cloche?
Hi Tressa! I’ve had this cloche for quite a few years. I think I bought it at a local boutique.