I know, I know….I’ve been slacking on the blogging lately. October is just a crazy busy month for us! But I HAD to pop in and share this simple fall tablescape I whipped together because I’m obsessed with how pretty it turned out! AND it was easy! If I can do it, you can do it.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Macrame Table Runner (I bought the larger size)
Galvanized Tray. Similar here.
Small white (real) pumpkins (mine are from my father-in-law…but you can find them at Trader Joe’s or the grocery store)
Lots of mini (fake) pumpkins. Similar here.
Lambs Ear Stems (from Hobby Lobby)
Eucalyptus Stems (also from Hobby Lobby)
First, trim your fake greenery down to small stem pieces using wire cutters. Then start by placing a large (fake) pumpkin in the center of your table or on a tray, like I used. I’ve collected a lot of pumpkins over the years and I love that I just used what I had on hand! If you need some pumpkins, I recommend checking out the Target dollar section, Hobby Lobby, and Joann Fabric. Then place some greenery under the pumpkin. Continue to place your pumpkins and greener until the tray is full. Go back and tuck in the greenery or fluff the leaves to fill in your tablescape.
It’s so simple and easy and really brings some life and color to my dining room!
The table runner really brings it all together. I’ve been wanting this exact one for FOREVER and I’m so glad I finally bought it! You can find my exact runner here.
If you end up making this, please tag me in your photo so I can see it!
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