What’s better than a fall spent traipsing through forests dappled in gold, red, and orange leaves? A fall spent in your own backyard!
Decorating your yard to welcome the new season is a wonderful way to enjoy fall in your own space. From bale hayrides to wreaths, fall figures and accessories can liven up your outdoor space with minimal cost.
Read on to learn about some great fun fall yard decoration ideas that are sure to welcome the new season in style.
1. Autumn Leaves Wreath and Dried Flower Swags
Create autumn leaves wreath by collecting leaves from around your yard and gluing them onto a wreath. You can also add some dried flowers to give it a more decorative look.
Another idea is to create swags out of dried flowers. This is a beautiful way to decorate your front door or windows.
2. Get Creative With Pumpkins
Pumpkins are a staple decoration for fall, they can be used in a variety of ways to create fun and festive yard decorations.
Get creative with pumpkins by painting them in fun and festive designs. For example, you can paint pumpkins to look like ghosts, goblins, or other Halloween creatures.
Arrange pumpkins to look like a wagon full of hay, or a pile of leaves to create a Fall scene in your yard.
3. Use Hay Bales or Corn Stalks
Whether you go for the traditional hay bale or get creative with corn stalks, using fall yard decorations is a great way to add some seasonal flair to your home.
Stack hay bales or corn stalks around your front porch to create a cozy fall entrance. Use hay bales or corn stalks as part of your Halloween decorations – make a spooky maze or graveyard in your yard!
4. Create a Whimsical Display With Scarecrows and Other Yard Figures
You can use secular figures like witches, ghouls, or more lighthearted ones like scarecrows and pumpkins to decorate your yard. Place them around your yard in strategic locations for a fun and festive atmosphere.
Gnomes are a popular choice too, with gnomes dressed in fall clothing, holding pumpkins, or even riding on leaves.
You can also find gnome garden flag to add to your decor. Flying amongst the falling leaves, your gnome flag is sure to bring a smile to any passerby.
5. Use Strings of Lights or Lanterns to Add a Touch of Magic
Use strings of lights or lanterns to add a touch of fall whimsy to your yard without going over the top. It’s a great way to use up any extra Halloween lights you have.
String the lights up around your yard, in trees, or on fences. We love the look of orange lights for fall, but you can use any color you like. This is a great way to add some extra light to your yard for those evenings when you want to enjoy the cooler weather.
Get In The Fall Mood With a Fun Yard Decoration
Get your home and yard ready for fall with these fun and easy fall decoration ideas. From DIY fall wreaths to homemade pumpkin decorations, there are plenty of ways to add some autumnal flair to your space.
Whatever you do, make sure to involve the whole family so everyone can enjoy the fun. And when Halloween rolls around, don’t forget to show off your spooky yard decoration to all your trick-or-treaters!
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