Simple Autumn Tablescape

It’s Fall, Y’all! Well, that’s the title of the Autumn link ups being hosted around the blogosphere over the next two weeks and today is the first installment-Autumn Tablescapes hosted by The Lettered Cottage (the same folks who have those pretty darn awesome photo classes over at Shoot, Fly, Shoot-which are 30% off right now by the way!)

Anywho, I threw together a simple tablescape for the occasion…frugal too (as usual!)

These little place-tag pumpkins are actually from Walmart (only 99 cents!) and were spray painted gloss white.  I sprayed a chipboard scrapbooking letter with Oil Rubbed Bronze spraypaint and tied it with a little jute twine.

I borrowed a end of season clearance vine pumpkin from my Autumn Mantle as well as some tiny pine cones for the centerpiece and used simple white ceramic dishes for the entire table.

Simple but it works.  That makes me happy.

Head on over to The Lettered Cottage to see the rest of the It’s Fall, Y’all link ups! Thursday will be outdoor decor!

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  1. says

    Melissa, we love your cute autumn table decorations! It is just beautiful. We would love to have you link up to our Strut Your Stuff Saturday and share your fun ideas! We are also hosting a build your blog conference in Salt Lake on Feb 16, 2013. You can find a link on our blog We hope to hear from you soon! -The Six Sisters

  2. says

    I love the approach you took for this tablescape! The green with bronze accents & white pumpkins are perfect together. Great job! Hopefully you invited people over to enjoy it (:

  3. says

    I just found your blog. I am inlove with this table scape. Green and white and so very preppy meets rustic. I must try this myself. Thanks for the inspiration.


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