Well hello everyone! How are you this fine day? If you are following me on Instagram and Facebook, you already know that I was at a pumpkin patch yesterday. What a perfect Fall day it was! The pumpkin patch was acres and acres of pumpkins, corn, beans, beets and apple trees. It was beautiful and really fun. It was a great way to start our Halloween weekend. It got my creative juices flowing…And now I want to share with you How to Use Kitchenware for Fall Decor. It is SUPER easy. With your kitchenware and your own imagination you can create beautiful pieces for your Fall table, porch or coffee table.
Let me show you how…
Last year I was thrifting. I spotted this rough looking muffin tin.
It was pretty grubby. Not just dirty, but pretty disgusting. After I cleaned it up, it was time to create some fun for Fall.
Filling each cup with candles, sugar berries and leaves was just what I wanted for our coffee table.
Last year I created a Fall front porch using my thrifted muffin tin and tart tins. I still love this look now. The dried sunflowers really add a lot to the look, don’t you think?
How fun are some acorns resting in the tiny tart tins? Love it.
You may have already seen my fluted cake pan Fall Centerpiece. Yet another thrifted find. I couldn’t wait to get started. It was as easy as filling it with sugar berries and a candle.
OH! Did I mention that the tart tins were also a thrift find? Yep! Brand new and in great condition.
Don’t they look gorgeous with tealights in them? Of course, wooden stumps make everything look better, don’t they?
Use your imagination and enjoy the process of learning How to Use Kitchenware for Fall Décor. It is as easy as adding to what you already have. What would YOU fill a muffin tin with?
Thanks for joining me while share How to Use Kitchenware for Fall Décor. I can’t wait to hear about what you come up with.
Make it a lovely day!
Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique says
I turn to my kitchen cupboards for decorating props too. I’m a teapot/vase kind of girl ;)
Great post Meegan. I’m delighted to be featuring this at Shabbilicious Friday tomorrow. Hugs ~ Kerryanne