Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The Homemaking Party: Simple Fall Centerpiece

Today I'm finally decorating for Fall...again. We're all moved in to our new house in Arkansas and I've been unpacking and organizing. I'm determined to have Fall decorations up until Christmas decorating day, though, so they're going up again. God knows I like Fall so much that he gave me the opportunity to decorate for it twice this year!

The kids are loving our beautiful yard in our Ozarks town of Bella Vista. There are all kinds of things here that we've never seen before, including thousands of acorns and walnuts all over the yard!

Yesterday Lynzie gathered some and made a pretty Fall centerpiece. She's my super creative girl! You can check out her blog at Thoughts From a Young Writer.

A few years ago, in my very early Pinterest days, I made a fall centerpiece using a Christmas tray, some leaves from the Dollar Store, a glass dish, and a candle. I bought nuts from the grocery store to fill in around the candle.

Lynzie used the tray and put a pumpkin dish in the middle instead. She gathered nuts, acorns, and berries from our yard and filled in around the candle. Isn't it pretty?

Now for the linkup.  Hope everyone is enjoying this holiday season! Have a great weekend! 

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  1. She did a wonderful job! I love your yard!

  2. Excellent decoration and beautiful photos!!
    Thank you for this party and have a good rest-of-the-week

  3. I am loving the gorgeous color in your yard! Here in New England all the color is gone :) So glad to hear you are setting in!

    Thanks for hosting the link-up, Sarah!

  4. sarah
    Love your fall wreath...great! Your daughter's is lovely as well!

    Thank yyou for hosting and good luck getting settled!

  5. Beautiful centerpiece! I love acorns!

  6. Sarah, Lovely fall photos. & your fall candle wreath is beautiful. Glad things are settling down in your new home. All my best, Theresa @DearCreatives

  7. Thanks for the lovely party. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Linda

  8. Wow - with all those acorns you can make acorn flour! I added a post today about making chocolate chip cookies with acorn flour! It might be a fun project for Lynzie! Thanks for hosting - have a great week!

  9. Glad the move went well! Thanks for hosting, Sarah!


  10. Wow, the fall colors around you new home are fascinating..... Thank you for your hard work hosting this fab party. Have a very terrific Wednesday….!!!
    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  11. Your centerpiece is very pretty. Thank you for hosting Sarah.

  12. Looking forward to meeting our new neighbors!

  13. I am in love with that yard! The colors and the leaves! We don't get much of that living in the desert. This is my first time linking up so I'm excited!

  14. What fabulous pictures and fall fun going on at your party today. Thanks so much for hosting. I hope you have a great Thanksgiving. Best wishes for tasty dishes.

  15. Thank you for hosting Sarah!! God's blessings on your new home :)

  16. What a beautiful yard, beautiful picture of your daughter, beautiful fall decoration. I can't believe how fast you are all moved in and decorated!! You are an amazing woman. Thanks for the linkup too.


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