Well, by now you know I just LOVE to decorate the front porch at the Modern Farmhouse. So now it’s time for Thanksgiving! Let’s jump right in…
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FRONT PORCH THANKSGIVING
I have to admit, it didn’t take long to switch things out for Thanksgiving décor on the front porch. Since I had so many of the staple pieces for my Fall décor style, and just switched out a few pieces to make it more Halloween, bringing it back to Thanksgiving was pretty easy. Easy is a good thing, right!
Switch out a few Fall pieces
I brought back the Hello Fall pillow as it really adds that punch of color that shows up for curb appeal. The bale of straw once again is staying put, as I think it adds a nice place to give some height to my pot of mums (which are STILL living by the way!) I added my stacked DIY pumpkins I did a few years ago. They are super easy to make. Just cut the top stem off the bottom two pumpkins and glue together. hint: use construction adhesive like Liquid Nails. It works so much better.
I added this cute little hanging sign to the one side of the door. It’s felt with embroidery and hangs from a leather strap! I was thrilled when I found it!
On the other side of the front door, I added another set of stacked pumpkins, kept the orange blanket, brought back my pretty silk flowers and added the cute hanging swag on the wall. I’ve had this a few years and I think it looks so much better here than my house! If you didn’t see my cool tip on hanging things on vinyl siding….here’s a link to get your own Siding Clip Hooks. They are fantastic!
Well, there you have it. Quick, simple and inexpensive! The only thing I purchased was the little felt hanging sign. What’s your plan for Thanksgiving décor? Do you decorate or just waiting to let go for Christmas décor! That’s up soon!!
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