Fall is the beginning of the holiday decorating in our homes, but it can get pretty expensive when you consider the cost of cute pumpkins and faux greenery. The good news is there are tons of tricks to getting a great fall style without a huge price tag. If you want to decorate the outside of your home, you can find so many natural items. Pumpkins and squash will last a long time if you don’t carve them. Adding some fall to your home doesn’t have to be difficult, expensive, or time consuming, so give it a try! Seasonal decorating doesn’t have to be expensive, I decorated for autumn all with printables. I still haven’t even pulled my fall decorating tote out of the basement.
It’s always much easier when you know where to find free printable wall art and ideas. Today I’m joining some blogging friends to share some simple fall decor inspiration with you. Decorating for fall on a budget is a really easy thing to do. I’ve got some great tips to make your home become the envy of the neighborhood without having to break the bank. By using a combo of DIY fall decorations, cute fall decorations, and some cheap fall decor you’ll have your home decorated in no time. There are lots of wonderful ideas so be sure to check out the links at the end of the post.
You can set these on your front steps or by your door or create a large display in your front yard. You can decorate with pumpkins and squash set on hay bales. If you want, you can cut holes in the hay bales for mums. Mums are beautiful, but also work to keep beetles away from your home. Create a display using small hay bales, dried cornstalks, potted mums, pumpkins, and squash. If left un-carved, pumpkins will last for a long time. Check out our roundup of inexpensive fall decor that will get you in the mood for a nice fall walk and maybe a PSL, too.