Pops Of Orange For Halloween

September 22, 2014
I have put together a few simple ways to add a pop of Orange to  Halloween.

Some of these projects come with a link that has a tutorial, and others are inspiration from

my youngest daughter who lives in Oklahoma.

Last year I had some little pumpkins that really needed a pick me up so I got out the modge podge

and transformed them from plain to fun!  You can easily do the same.

I really enjoyed the messy process, so if you are up for a little craft here is the Tutorial

This is such a whimsical mix, I really like the silver cream and sugar set combined with the pops of

orange and the burlap runner for this vignette.

She always keeps her eye open for treasures throughout the year and is a smart shopper for sales.

One of the fun things about this welcoming wreath on her front door is all of the ribbon choices and

embellishments which you can use.

You have the ability to make it perfect for your very own front door.

My daughter made this one, here is a tutorial for a similar wreath which you could use as a guideline.

Most of all have fun with it, this is super easy and quick so if you are having guests over this

weekend and want to spruce up your entry, this project is perfect!

This is a darling vignette, I really like the use of the varying shades of orange

 anchored with black and white, and then tied together with a modge podge letter.

This is such a neat vignette, Fall leaves, potion bottles and a merry pumpkin displayed on a

vintage cake plate.

I like the no fuss attitude here and the way it welcomes Fall easily to her white wood table.

And a few simple mums and pumpkins on a red wagon can brighten any corner in your yard,

along with a  little story on child hood memories too.

So many sweet and simple ways to add pops of orange to Halloween!

Please Join Me~

Stone Gable

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  1. Adorable fall decor Jemma. Great job! Loved seeing all of it. Susan

  2. I love everything! I want to make a banner this Fall....that's on my list of orange! heehee! Hugs!

  3. Oh, how I love this time of year. Every detail here is so inspiring, Jemma.
    Thx for sharing.


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