Whoooooo’s ready for fall? I am, now that I’ve finished decorating our front porch. And even though everything is still green around here, I’ve filled the porch with all the glorious colors of autumn and a whole bunch of hoot owls!
You may remember that about a month ago, we showed you this wooden owl that we created in the post Using a Dremel is a Hoot. I knew then that I wanted to go with an owl theme for the porch, so I started collecting some owl items and came across some really cool vintage needlework at the auction.
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I cut them from felt and added a few embellishments such as some eyes made from scrap material and buttons for eyes.This little guy is perched on top of one of the red lanterns that we added last Christmas.
I was fortunate to find this mesh ribbon which has some red in it along with other fall colors because the porch has a lot of red items on it. The ribbon was wide so I cut it in half so that it would go further!
On the table that sits at one end of the porch, I put 2 purple fountain grass plants in burlap bags. They had out-grown their pots and my sister-in-law was going to dispose of them, but I grabbed them. I had just the place for them to go!
At the other end of the porch is our sitting area with some new pillows in the chairs. I was in the Carolina Pottery store in Columbia and spotted a bargain bin of pillows. I got two of these for $4.99 each. They are not outdoor pillows, but at that price, who cares?
Do you remember the cute red and white ticking shade that I made for the lamp on our summer porch? Well, I whipped up a burlap one for fall and I promise, I’ll return soon with a tutorial on how to make one!
This vintage ceramic owl vase made its first appearance on our fall mantel several years ago.
From inside the porch, I can enjoy our Topsy Turvy Jack-O’-Lanterns.
And another one of the cheap, plastic trick-or-treating pails that I turned into a planter has made it way onto the porch along with a stack of magazines. There is no better place for perusing magazines than a front porch!
I hope you’ve enjoyed your little porch tour and if you’d be so kind as to pin a few pics on Pinterest, that would be wonderful!!!