The fall season in St. George, UT is extremely spectacular. September brings in temperatures that start to taper off making outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, and golf popular once again. And, as summer officially ends on September 22, most people will begin getting ready for the fall season with displays of autumn decorations, pumpkins, ghosts, ghouls and more. Therefore, I have some tips to help you get ready for the fall season with beautiful décor that won’t break the bank.
Mason jars, burlap and wheat will have you well on your way to affordable fall decorations. These decorations will help set your St. George home apart from the rest. Wreaths are a wonderful way to make your home front pop. Wreaths are versatile and can also be used indoors. You can make wreaths out of anything from wine corks to fabric, and burlap is one of the easiest most affordable methods for a do-it-yourself wreath. Visit this step-by-step site for making your own wreath with burlap.
You can also make an autumn wreath from wheat. It’s a seasonal crop option to make a bountiful wreath. You can even use cardboard for the frame. Visit this step-by-step site for making a wheat wreath.
Use mason jars to create warm decorative candle holders. Since Southern Utah doesn’t have the best selection of fall leaves, you can use artificial leaves. Visit this step-by-step site for creating your own decorative candle holders.
Garland, it can be used other times of the year. A fall leaf garland is a great way to bring the fall season to your home. Felt leaves are an affordable way to make a fall garland. Visit this step-by-step site for creating your own fall garland out of felt.