Thursday, October 29, 2015

Just in time for Thanksgiving Decor...

I'm having a giveaway!

1. Cotton Bolls. Straight from the fields of N.C.
 (You will get several sticks of cotton bolls, basket not included.)

2. Feathers. A variety of assorted feathers straight from my own backyard.
 (You get a least a dozen assorted feathers including a turkey feather,)

3. A deer Shed. Just because.
 (You will get one pretty deer shed.)

Nope, you don't have to jump through any hoops. This is simple. I'd appreciate if you would follow my blog in any way that works for you. 
And that's it. U.S. and Canada only.

Leave a comment saying you want to be in the drawing. 
I appreciate each and every one of you.
This giveaway is open until  midnight Wednesday, November 4 ,2015 
I'll announce the winner on
Thursday, November 5, 2015

Thank you so much for following along with Thrift My House. 
You always inspire me!

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Fall Inspiration 2015

It's finally here. Cooler weather! I love everything about fall... Except the countdown to Christmas. I'm not quite ready for that!

Here is my low to no budget 2015 fall decor. I shopped the house and pulled it together. I love decorating with natural elements. Rusty, crusty, lots of texture, and!

This is the buffet in the dining room. 

We raise and sell waterfowl and other birds, feathers galore. Perfect for fall decorating.

This is the mantel.

Deer sheds, dried hydrangeas, and cotton bolls are in the mix. Chicken feeders on top of terracotta pots for height make perfect sense to me. 

Recently, I picked up this large basket at the thrift store. I think I want to stain or paint it. It needs to be darker or maybe white? In the meantime, I tossed in the extra decor stuff I wasn't using and displayed it on the coffee table. I love a collection of random stuff.

What about corn??? This was so easy. Leaving the shucks attached make this corn look amazing. What a pretty color!
I tucked the silk down in the bottom of the vase, nestled the corn inside, and set the whole thing in some chicken wire. Okay! So I was feeling creative...

Here is last years mantel.

I enjoyed this "buffet" in my dining room for a few years. I recently changed the dining room around and moved this to another room. Time for change! Yes, I decorated it for fall only to disassemble and move it 2 weeks later... For me, when inspiration strikes, I roll with it.
 (2014 fall decor)

The maple leaves are starting to turn colors. This is my real leaf wreath from last year. 
You can see how easy it is to make here.
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I've been working on a pallet project for my dining room. I can't wait to share all the details with you here on the blog. Happy Fall Ya'll!

I hope you were inspired!
Thank you for stopping by Thrift My House.