Welcome to the Fall Home Decor Tour. It’s FIVE full days of Fall inspiration and decor ideas for your home.
Today I am here to share a quick and SUPER easy Fall Book Page Wreath with you.
It’s REALLY easy and adds the Fall season to any front door, mantel or entryway.
I was going through my Fall decor and found a garland with colorful berries. Just what I was hoping for.
I have enjoyed using a my book page wreath so much, I thought it would be a perfect addition to our Fall decor.
After wrapping the garland around the wreath, tightly, I twisted the berries around the two ends so they would stay together and not slip.
After looking at it for a bit, I felt like it needed something a little extra. One of my cardboard chalkboards was just the right touch.
Really? How easy was that? I used what I had already, so it did not cost me a penny. I have used the book page wreath here and here. My DIY cardboard chalkboards are used around our home, for events and parties.
At this time of year our home it is filled with traditional and nontraditional Fall components.
The red, yellow and orange are traditional Fall, but the flowers are not. They grow right outside our condo front door.
My Pottery Barn Knock-off book page pumpkin is a must have for my Fall decor. Sitting on a wooden stump seems to make it even more fit for Fall.
I have painted a lot of my orange pumpkins with white craft paint, for a softer Fall feel. The turquoise “book” is not a book at all, but a block of wood I painted to add color and interest. Of course, my book page pumpkin with a door knob stem is a necessary part of Fall decorating.
Using my vintage window and succulents add variety and texture for Fall ideas. I just love me a pumpkin on a tall candlestick, don’t you?
I thought it would be fun to have a silver gleaming pumpkin sitting on my book page nest. It was super duper easy to use spray paint to transform my orange pumpkin to silver. It looks complete under the cloche’.
My candelabra is “Fallified” with colorful mini pumpkins to add the traditional colors of the Fall Season.
As a result of using various pumpkins, book pages and foliage, I am able to create a Fall look that fits our home.
I hope you have enjoyed visiting some of my Fall Home Decor Tour and my EASY Fall Book Page Wreath with Chalkboard.
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Nancy @ Artsy Chicks Rule says
Love how you incorporated the book pages throughout Meegan!! The wreath is so pretty and unique! The berries are the perfect touch!
Kathy@ Petticoat Junktion says
Pretty wreath Meegan. I like the decoupage pumpkin too!!
Beautiful fall decorations! You have so many great ideas for using book pages for fall decor. Your book page pumpkins looks great with the white ones.
Angie @ Postcards from the Ridge says
I love book page projects and the wreath looks great with the berries on it. So fallish! Thanks for the inspiration!
Jen @ Girl in the Garage says
It’s all so pretty, Meegan! I love your wreath and the softness of your fall decor.
Christy@Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer says
So many beautiful touches, Meegan! Love your wreath. The little chalkboard was the perfect finishing touch! :)
Shanna Gilbert says
I’m always excited to see how you are going to use book pages next Meegan! This wreath did not disappoint! So cute!
Oh Meegan, I love the fun fall touches you added around your home. Great to be on the tour with you! ~Jeanette
Christy @ Our Southern Home says
Meegan, it is all just so beautiful!!!! You are the master of book pages crafts! I am in love with the candelabra!!!! So may just have to copy! ~Christy
Joanne Boulter says
So creative. Loving it all! Jo
Wendi @ H2OBungalow says
Meegan your book page wreath is so cute! Love the contrast with the berries too! I learn new things all the time about how to use non-traditional items in holiday decor. Loved how you did this!
Therese @ Fresh Idea Studio says
What a breath of fresh Fall, Meegan! I love your beautiful book pages as the central theme. Pretty pretty!