Tuesday, September 30, 2014

New Chandelier Decorated For Fall

Hello Friends! Today, I would like to share my new chandelier decorated for Fall.
If you like this look, you can create everything you see here by going to Michael's. So, let me get to the supplies needed....
I purchased 5 glittery floral picks in the Halloween section.
 5 Sunflower Picks from the Fall section.
 One roll of wired jute ribbon, in the ribbon section.
Two fall garlands, fall section.
Lastly, I purchased one 9ft. Christmas garland. (Christmas aisle)
Here is my new Tuscan style chandelier.
So this is how you assemble and layer the following items.
Step #1: Drape the Christmas garland around each branch of the chandelier, tie it on using the branches....they act like twist ties. When that is done, you can now use the christmas garland to tie in and secure your fall garlands into place.
All that's left to do is stick your fall picks in where you want them and then swag the Jute ribbon in, using the christmas garland branches to secure it into place.
Super easy, very inexpensive, and makes and huge impact when you enter the room!
Cozy, warm, and festive for fall.
 I have so much to show you, but I've been so busy it's been difficult to sit down and do a post. Below is a sneak peek of my kitchen decorated for Fall.
 I can't wait to share my Baker's Rack decorated for Fall, it's so cute!
Well that's it for today! Thanks for stopping by! XOXO, ~Liz
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14 comments:

  1. Liz your chandelier looks beautiful all dressed for Fall!! I love the long island in your kitchen and the pretty color of your granite...everything looks so pretty!

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  2. Gorgeous as always! Can't wait for the come see it all post. :)

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  3. Love your chandeleir ! All of your fall decorations are amazing!

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  4. Everything looks absolutely gorgeous! Fall is my favorite season and my home definitely reflects that! Thanks for sharing your talent.

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  5. The new chandelier is beautiful! Your wreath decorating looks fabulous!

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  6. I love it all..As I'm look at your chandy, I'm also trying to look at the rest of your house to see what else you have done!! It's like driving past a beautiful home and looking through the windows to see the way other people live. It's one of my guilty pleasures I take. I can't wait to see the total package.

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  7. Oh my goodness just Beautiful!! I love your chandelier!! Everything looks amazing!!! God bless!

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  8. Oh, it is so pretty, Liz! We have very similar chandies, but I went very minimalist in decorating it this year. I really like how you used the Christmas swag as your base -- that is such a smart way to get the great fullness. You rock Chandy decorating! Now I cannot wait to see your kitchen and baker's rack!

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  9. Very pretty, Liz! I have a similar chandelier over our dining table and usually dress it up at Christmas time, but I'm loving your Fall option.

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  10. Hi Liz! So good to see you back! I haven't been able to blog much recently, but just heard the other day that you were back and have a new house. It looks beautiful! I sure have missed you! Looking forward to seeing all of your seasonal decorating!

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  11. Gorgeous, Liz! I love your new chandie, and, your Fall embellishments look fantastic ... the colors ... the burlap ... how rich it is! Great job, friend!

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  12. Liz, your chandelier looks amazing. What a gorgeous display of Fall!

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  13. Liz it is just gorgeous! I can't wait to see what you've done in your kitchen and throughout the rest of your home! Everything looks so warm and inviting! Blessings!

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  14. Hello, Liz! Everything looks so warm, inviting and beautiful, as always! That kitchen island is wonderful. Thank you for sharing your how to do's! I look forward to seeing what's next. :) Have a great day~

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