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How to Pair Mums in Your Fall Arrangements

Created by: Lauren Saylor, A Fabulous Fete

Mums! They’re a fall staple for any household looking to create a seasonal arrangement. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors, making them a versatile addition to your table decor. Here’s a trick for creating cohesive arrangements that stick to a monochromatic color scheme.

3 Easy Halloween Party Game Ideas

Created by: Laura Franklin, Food Fun Family

The weather has turned mild, the leaves have started to change color, and Halloween is in the air! Whether you’re throwing a Halloween class party or having some friends over for games before trick or treating, these Halloween-inspired games are sure to be a hit. Not only are they fun for kids of all ages, but they’re easy to set up and play, using supplies that you probably have around the house already.

Ghoulish Floral Display for Halloween

Arrangements or pots of mums are almost expected in autumn, since they're available in such abundance. Give your potted flowers a ghoulish look for Halloween by painting a plant pot to look like your favorite classic movie monster. As an added spooky surprise, the monster face glows in the dark.  

DIY Pasta Bar

Created by: Julia Mueller, The Roasted Root

While my siblings and I all have very different personalities and hobbies, we always agreed on what we loved to eat for dinner: pasta. When celebrating National Family Meal Month, a DIY pasta bar is the perfect way to get the whole family together for an easy evening of delicious eats and great company.

Repurposed Tin Can Vase Centerpiece

Created by: Laura Franklin, Food Fun Family

Whether you’re preparing for a get-together with friends or simply setting the table for a weeknight family dinner during National Family Meal Month, a colorful centerpiece – especially a repurposed vase made by the kids – will set an inviting atmosphere.

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Trash Bag Spider Webs

Created by: Hannah Hagler, Champagne Lifestyle

If you're anything like me, you dread the idea of accumulating holiday decorations that will sit in boxes in the garage and gather dust until you are ready to bring them in (special bug visitors? No thank you). I love decorations that are cheap, easy and can be thrown away each year. This DIY idea is so cheap and easy it will blow your mind.

Wheat Sheaf Centerpiece

Wheat has long been a symbol of a successful harvest, associated with all that is truly nourishing and life-affirming. Decorate your Fall or Thanksgiving table with this simple, nature-inspired centerpiece.

Gathered Gourd Centerpiece

With a little creativity, it’s easy to transform simple gourds and surplus squash into sophisticated centerpieces for fall entertaining.

Flowering Pumpkin Centerpiece

Set your autumn décor into full bloom with a pumpkin bouquet that’s sure to brighten any table with bold, fall color.

Shiny Apple Tea Lights

Line up a row of these glowing apples to create a simple and stunning centerpiece, or use them to mark the place settings at a candlelit dinner party.

Sweet Rewards Goal Tracker

Reward your family’s hard work with a little sweetness! All it takes is our free printables, a bit of initiative, and few HERSHEY'S KISSES.

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