It's a bit of a photo-heavy post but I thought I'd share my fall decorations.
Harvest Blessings welcome you at our front door and there are wrought iron pumpkins framing deliciously-scented fall candles on the hall tree.
These two hang from the doorknobs on the corner curio cabinets.
Welcome Fall flags hang below baskets on either side of this plate rack sitting on a fall runner and surrounded by pumpkins, autumn leaves, and more candles.
Wrought iron and more candles on the coffee table - the house smells amazing!
A cornucopia bursting with fall foliage and there's more pumpkins and gourds in the basket on the shelf below.
Frosted fall fruit in the fruit bowl.
Crocheted fall doilies, made by Madame Cecile, the 90 year-old grandmother of one of the French officers who was stationed in this area a few years ago - I was gifted with a big stack of doilies in various colors.
Fall liners for my Longaberger baskets.
We used to feature this ghost in Sophia's annual Halloween photo to show how much she'd grown.
Scarecrow and pumpkin corner decor.
Snoopy - he has a switch that sets him moving across the floor - MudLynn was not too sure about the whole thing!
For those of you who have our email address, here we are as we3ghosts.
And finally, my tree - Vic brought the larger one in from storage so I had to go out and buy the supplies to make more decorations to fill in the gaps. I bought a long garland of leaves and pulled the leaves apart, hot-gluing them in clusters to a fall vegetable that I stabbed with a piece of floral wire. All I need now is a fall tree skirt.