Thursday, October 25, 2012

{Fall Wreath} Porch Decor

 My Fall porch is done!
The wreaths are hung with burlap ribbon...
 The mums have found their spot...
and I am in love with the blue moon pumpkins!

Since I have double doors, that means double wreaths.
I made mine to compliment each other, rather than matchy-matchy.
 I used some natural elements, like a gourd, antler, pheasant feathers, 
and dried flowers.
 I also incorporated faux items, such as greenery, berries, 
gourds and leaves.
 A touch of ribbon peeking out for a little more color!
  Here are a few more pictures of my porch in the daytime.
 I just love fall colors!
 And here's what the Fall Porch looks like at night!!!
If you want the tutorial for the lit pumpkin topiaries,
you can find that post here.
You can also find the tutorial on the overhead grapevine lighting here.
 A lookiloo from the sidewalk and stone bridge
 that goes over our dry creek bed.
 Here in south Texas, we've had upper 80 degree temps, 
BUT, a cold front is coming tomorrow!

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  1. Janis, your entry is just beautiful! You did a fabulous job with the wreaths. Everything looks so festive and inviting. Love it!

  2. Love the wreaths with all the natural elements.

  3. Simply stunning! I love the natural beauty, it glows at night. Thank you for the inspiration.... I am now rethinking my front porch.
    What a treat to read your blog.

  4. Wow! Looks beautiful! I am totally inspired to try this next year! Great job!



  5. Beautiful. Pinned the wreaths but wanted to tell you I especially like the dark beams. I have a similar shaped porch but no beams and I want to show my husband the picture and ask if we could have something like that. What 'ya think he'll say?


  6. Janis, this looks stunning, esp the night photos! love that you added the antlers in the wreaths. And the overhead lights are beautiful!

  7. Oh, just gorgeous...everything...the wreaths and your wonderful entry area to your home! Thanks so much for sharing those great photos with us!

  8. Your entry is just beautiful and tastefully done! Very lovely and inviting!

  9. Hi Janis, I stumbled across your Blog today. I noticed that you live in the Texas "Hill Country". I love your style and home. I live close by in San Antonio. I am wondering if you have any great local shops for home decor that you could recommend?


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