Thursday, October 3, 2013

My Fall Mantel 2013

Today I would like to share with you my 2013 fall mantel.

For this year, I decorated my mantel almost the same as last year except I added my "harvest" sign, a vintage sign (on the right) and my new burlap banner across the fireplace cover.

I made the burlap and felt candle rings last year too. 

This is my vintage sign holder that I found at a wonderful antique store in Granbury, TX. 

I cut some Simple Stories paper to fit the sign from their Harvest Lane collection.

The Grace pumpkin has been in my stash for a while but I think it came from Hobby Lobby.

I can't wait to add different papers to this sign throughout the year.

My husband made my fireplace cover last year. I featured the burlap pumpkins on my blog last year too. 

I added some pinecones to my red lanterns. 

Here is a view when the faux candles come on in the evening. 

I enjoy decorating my mantel for the seasons! I hope you enjoy it too!

Thank you for reading this blog post.

See you on the next post. 

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  1. Your fall mantel is so pretty! I love all the elements you put together. I especially love the fireplace cover. How clever is that?!! I'm going to see if my dad will make one of those for me from some old fence boards he has. Thanks for the inspiration. I'd love for you to link this up to our All Things Thursday Blog Hop and/or It's Fall Y'all linky party that goes live on Saturday. Have a super weekend!

  2. Shelly,
    I love the vintage it magnetic or how did you adhere the paper so that you can change it out??

  3. This looks so amazing, I wish we had a big impressive mantel to decorate too! I love the faux window and your new vintage sign holder especially! x

  4. So festive, love the topiary and the candle wraps!

  5. This looks so great! I love that grace pumpkin It's awesome! Have a great day!
    Heidi’s Wanderings


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