There are ways to decorate on a budget. One is to use the nature, other elements in your own backyard, or and activeyards fencing system.
Decorating can be expensive, especially when you are expected to keep up and change your decorations with the seasons. One way to help aid the expenses that comes with decorating is by using the natural elements around you. Here are a couple of ways your can use nature to your advantage and keep up with the style.
1.) Use your fall leaves as a centerpiece. Make sure to pick leaves that are changing colors to give your arrangement that extra pop of color.
2.) You will most likely will be buying pumpkins or squash for the month of October and for Halloween celebrations. Once October turns into November you can spray paint your pumpkins to match the décor of your home. You can even sprinkle glitter onto the pumpkins while the spray paint is still wet to add some sparkle to your homes inside and outside decorations.
3.) Think outside of the box when it comes to your wreath. Instead of your typical wreath, gather nuts and nut shells from your yard, then buy a large old picture frame (or make your own) and glue your findings onto it. This gives your door a traditional feel with a twist.
4.) Consider hanging a wreath not only on your door but on your fence gates. Your fence already provides a warm welcome to your yard, but a wreath will just add to that. If you don’t already have a fence to place a wreathon take a look at our website and check out our fence systems -
5.) Fill up a clear vase with different layers of outside elements. Make sure to pick elements that give different textures and perspectives like nuts, wheat or feathers.
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"Natural Elements for Fabulous Fall Decor."Better Homes and Gardens. Web.