Decorate your Fall and Thanksgiving table or mantel with this easy Pumpkin decor idea – with FREE printable tags that say ‘Give Thanks for Friends and Family’!
Well today is super exciting! One thing I love the best about blogging is being able to partner with uber-talented makers and lovers of decor, food and DIY… and being inspired by their creativity! Today I’m honored to be teaming up with Country Living Magazine and 14 super talented friends for the first annual Pumpkin Palooza!
Last week you saw my easy Fall centerpiece and tablescape decor and as promised, today I’m sharing my easy Pumpkin Decor with Printable Tags! FREE to print!
Let’s ring in Fall with Pumpkin Palooza! 15 bloggers with 15 AMAZING Pumpkin decor ideas, crafts and recipes!
Amazing group right??!!
I love celebrating Fall by filling my home with lots of natural Fall decor: pumpkins and natural elements such as beautiful Fall foliage, leaves, berries and florals. Mother nature is at her prime right now and I love to shower my home with her bounty!
Like this easy pheasant feather and silver dollar centerpiece, bouquets of wild asters, oak leaves and winterberry …and pumpkins with simple fall greeting tags!
I buy a bunch of these mini baby boo white colored pumpkins every year….aren’t they gorgeous? As a lover of neutral decor I am just smitten with them!
This year I made these simple DIY Fall greeting tags and tied one to the stem of a mini pumpkin…then placed one at each place setting at our Autumn table as a festive fall place card!
They are so easy to make:
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Print out the FREE printable labels onto cardstock, cut them out and attach to a favor tag with glue tape (have you ever used this tape? It’s AMA-ZING!). Tie white string to the tags and add the tag to the stem of your pumpkin!
They would look so pretty on your mantel – or fill a bowl or basket with them too!
Don’t forget to pin this to your Fall Pinterest board and follow me on Pinterest to see what I’m pinning for Fall!
**If you have a pumpkin creation of your own, be sure to follow me on Instagram and share your pumpkin photo using the hashtag #octoberpumpkinpalooza! We’ll be choosing a few to feature on IG throughout the week- I can’t wait to see your fabulous pumpkins!**
You can check out all of the pumpkin fun over on these other blogs too:
Thanks for stopping by today – I hope you enjoyed all of this incredible Fall inspiration!