My Fall Front Porch Reveal and this post were sponsored by Lowe’s as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
One decorating dilemma that I always have this time of the year is how to take my porch decorations from Halloween to fall without breaking the bank. By combining traditional fall colors and adding in just a few Halloween decorations, I can easily switch from Halloween to fall without changing up too many things. I purchased lovely wreaths from my local Lowe’s. Lowe’s has great values on trendy decorating items and can take my porch from spooky to fall cozy in minutes.
I began with fall staples and added a Halloween wreath and Pumpkin Stand.
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This Indoor/Outdoor Berry Artificial Halloween Wreath is a lovely front door statement piece. It has a battery pack that allows for night time lighting. The lighting is just enough glow to be a tad spooky.
My daughter is still debating on what face to carve on the front of this pumpkin. Our little skeleton needs a face, doesn’t he? The Pumpkin Stand can also double as a candy bowl holder for trick-or-treaters.
After Halloween is over, I can switch out the Pumpkin Stand and the Berry Wreath for a fall wreath and a mum.
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I draped an artificial garland around the pedestal.
I’ve already had several compliments on my front porch decor. I’m glad guests find it so welcoming (and only a tad bit spooky!).
While Lowe’s has several lovely wreaths to purchase, they also have lots of items throughout the store that DIY’ers can use to make their own wreath. This spider web wreath was easy to make and only took a few minutes.
- Hanging Bird bath/feeder
- Rust-oleum Satin Black Spray Paint
- Haunted Living Spider Web
- Glue (hot glue gun or any clear adhesive)
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Remove the plastic bin from the center of the bird feeder. Paint the cedar portion black. Let dry completely. Stretch the spider web across the cedar portion and glue in place. Glue the spiders on, as well.