It's Fall Y'all! {Home Decor}

I refuse to allow the Texas heat to keep me from enjoying the start of fall! Here's a few glimpses of my fall decor!
This is easily my favorite fall area of our apartment! 
 I did a DIY Framed Chalkboard that you can read about HERE! I really am loving this chalkboard more than I ever thought I would! I see many more being made in the near future.
Both large vases came from Marshalls, both, on sale for under $10! I really stocked up on pinecones and other small goods last year when all of the fall decor was going on sale. It definitely paid off in the long run, because I saved a TON! Thomas' mom gifted us the Scentsy burner, and it goes ever too well with our decor.
I stole the idea of navy beans in a jar/vase from my boss, and managed to find a few small pumpkin vase fillers, topped it with a candle and tada! 
These cute little fake pumpkins were a Hobby Lobby score!
Since we have no window treatments yet, mostly because we don't get too much direct sun through them, I knew I wanted something to spruce them up a little. I bought the burlap flags on clearance at Hobby Lobby, and the scrapbook paper and stickers were leftover from last year. In totally, the entire banner cost less than $5 to make!
 I recently rehomed our 3 Texas themed pictures to their new home above the TV.
I got the idea of an apothecary-type- jar filled with pumpins and gourds from pinterest (duh?), and of course, found the jar on clearance at HomeGoods and my lovely sparkly pumpkin was a Ross find!
Scored this awesome serving tray at Walmart for $8! Love it!
 We have some awesome built in bookshelves that I loooove decorating
 "Pumpkin Kisses, Harvest Wishes"
My most favorite fall candle "Harvest Gathering" from Bath & Body Works
 I love the Texas shaped candle that I found at my favorite resale store!
Of course, both the wreath and pumpkin topiary were made by your truly!
I can't believe it's already October! I hope everyone is able to enjoy a delicious slice of pumpkin bread during their first week of October!

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