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30 July, 2017

My Secret for Transitioning into Fall

It's still hot and humid here in Georgia so I am trying to think ahead to the cooler days of fall. It's too soon to pull out the pumpkins so I am sharing my secret weapon for gently transitioning into fall...apples!  I love adding them to my décor and having a hint of the smell of fresh apples in my home. So I thought I would share a few of my favorite ways to get that fall feeling with the help of some wonderful apple-y additions!


CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Transitioning into Fall...Bittersweet and Green Apple Wreath21. ADD APPLES TO A WREATH...Just the addition of a few faux Granny Smiths gives my APPLE AND BITTERSWEET WREATH the transitional fall feel that I love!


CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Spiced Apple Simmering Potpourri2b2. MAKE APPLE POTPOURRI... I love the scent of apples and my all natural SPICED APPLE SIMMERING POTPOURRI has the whole house smelling like fall in just a few minutes!

3. CREATE A CENTERPIECE WITH APPLES...Rustic elements mixed with sunflowers, apples and pears star in my TRANSITIONAL FALL CENTERPIECE. Add some texture with a handled basket and a frenchy rooster vase and you are good to go!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Spiced Apple Goats Milk Soap4. ADD APPLE SCENT TO HANDMADE SOAP...My super easy SPICED APPLE GOATS MILK SOAP is so easy that it only takes five minutes to make. No kidding!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Country Living Inspired Jack-o-lantern Candlesticks 35. SAVE YOUR APPLE JUICE BOTTLES...Get a little jump start on Halloween while you are drinking your apple juice! It's never too early if you make a lot of your own decorations! Create these fun and easy COUNTRY LIVING INSPIRED JACK-O'-LANTERN CANDLESTICKS with empty bottles of  Martinelli’s apple juice. Fun, easy and yummy, too!

 
And just in case you would like more ideas for ways to bring on that fall feeling, here are TEN THINGS YOU CAN DO RIGHT NOW TO BRING ON FALL!

 
And if you love DIY projects like I do, here are some of my fall favorites with everything from fabric pumpkins and table runners to Mason jar lanterns and corn garlands ...10 WAYS TO GET A HEAD START ON FALL.

What about you? Have you found some ways to use apples to add that fall feeling to your home?

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6 comments:

  1. Apples are such a great transition to fall!!

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  2. Great ideas, but at 100+ degrees they'd get mushy, maybe some fake ones? :) Nancy

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    1. Actually, most of them are fake...but down here in the South you just about can't survive without air conditioning so that helps! ;-)

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  3. Loved all of your fall ideas.....It's my favorite season, and I'm ready for a break from the summer heat, so I'm counting down the days until fall!!

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  4. I think it is a great idea to add apples to transition into fall decor. I particularly like that you chose Granny Smith apples, as the pop of apple green is such a great accent to fall colors. Thanks for sharing.

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