Easy DIY Fall Tablescape


SUPPLIES:


· Bowl that fits the scale of your table

· Smaller bowl that will “nest” inside the large bowl

· Mini-pumpkins, gourds, squash – real or fake

· Some cuttings from your yard (think vines/hanging baskets in fall colors)


WHAT TO DO:


Take the large bowl and place it in the middle of your table. You may need to spray paint the bowl like I did if it is wooden, just to make it look pretty with your décor. Next, place the smaller bowl in the center of the large bowl. I used a glass mixing bowl I already had, knowing that once finished the center bowl would not be visible.


Fill the center bowl about halfway with fresh water and then place your cuttings from the vines in the yard inside. I like to use colorful vines that are overgrown in my end-of- summer hanging baskets for this. They may look a bit wilted the first day or so, but should perk up as they start to take in the water from the bowl.


Finally, use the space created between the large bowl and the center bowl to fill with pretty fall gourds, squash, pumpkins, and even mix in some fresh fruit if you’d like. For me, the orange color of the pumpkins doesn’t really go well with my décor, so I simply spray painted them off-white and chocolate brown. Such an easy and practical tablescape for Fall, and beautiful, too! Don't forget to share your pictures with me!


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