Today is the first day of fall, which means I’m talking fall decorating. If your house is like mine, both the inside and outside could use a little spiffing up for autumn. My potted plants look tired, and I know even a simple pumpkin on the porch will do much to detract from the lingering heat.
I’m not one to spend lots of time at the mall, but I do enjoy hitting flea markets and thrift stores. If the change of season sends you out in search of seasonal decor, I highly recommend a visit to your local Salvation Army. Second chance items not only have plenty of life left, but the gems you uncover won’t make a dent in your pocketbook.
Amen to that.
Are you ready to see the fabulous fall tablescape I created? With a twenty-five dollar budget, I think you’ll be slightly amazed at the cool thrift shop finds I snagged at the Salvation Army in Rogers, Arkansas. (Yes, this is a sponsored post, and yes, opinions are only my own.)
To see the complete before and after, as well as read my tips for successful thrift store shopping, click HERE and you’ll be directed to my guest post on the Salvation Army of Northwest Arkansas blog.
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Dorothy Johnson says
Such fun. I enjoyed seeing what you bought. Guess I’ll have to go to the Goodwill stores tomorrow!