I have been busy as a bee getting ready for fall and I want to
see what you guys have been doing too. SO link up your fall goodies or any goodies for that matter and let me see what cha' got!
I have some wonderful friends that I purchased sweet corn from
this summer and they lovingly donated some corn
stalks for foddershocks.
Gotta love free!
I decided to put them on each side of my front door.
I had them out in the yard at first, but they
were competing with my topiaries, so I just
moved the topiaries into the garage and went with the foddershocks!
Here they are...
I already had my scarecrow that's in front of the foddershock,
so more free fall decor!
Do you know where foddershocks originated?
The Amish (and farmers) used to take the leftover corn
stalks from the fields and cluster them together
in these teepee shapes for the cows to feed on. Who knows who decided they'd make cool
fall decor, but I'm glad somebody did it, cause
I Love em'!
Here's my little scarecrow....I got him
on clearance at Home Interiors...I think he was $9.00 and
my mums are from Lowes...another $9.00.
See the little pumpkin?
He is actually a foam type jack o lantern...
I just turned the face around....I've had those
things for years!
The sign on the front door also was a clearance item
from Home Interiors....something like $5.00.
I had it hanging on the door by itself, but it looked too skimpy
so I did this...
I put an apple wreath behind it...sorry the pic
is dark, I was took this one by spotlight at night!
Here are some more pics of my fall decor..
I spent $23.00 on everything!
Hope you enjoyed my day and night tour of my outside fall decor.
If you haven't started to decorate, now's the time...
fall is coming!
Blessings and Hugs
Missy, your entryway looks so WELCOMING! I LOVE the FODDERSHOCKS! Man, I love saying that word. Foddershock, foddershock, foddershock!
It is a fun word to say! :)
your fall decor looks great! I am not in the mood for fall yet. 93 today? are you kidding me? n'ville is only going to be 90! gee!
Oh my Missy!! Your house door looks wonderful!
We don't decorate for the seasons here in Australia but I sooooo wish we did! It's all so festive and wonderful! I love your scarecrows and your foddershocks and pumpkins and well, just everything! I want to come to your house and sit on your lovely bench and enjoy all the Autumny goodness!!! We are in spring here in Oz, headed fast towards summer. Thanks so much for sharing your photos, I love them all!
Hugs, Jen xo
Oh my goodness this looks SO good. I have not done one thing for fall.
It's hard when its still 100 degrees. :)
Hi Missy....Everything looks darling! You did a great job! I love how you put the wreath behind the door hanging. It did give it more depth and interest! You are getting me in the mood!~Hugs, Patti
Missy, everything looks so nice! I love the foddershock story and I love those scarecrows!!
Its looking great.
Great job - it looks so festive!
I'm a new follower who found you on someone else's blog (can't remember who now lOL!)
Hope you're having a lovely week!
Love those Foddershocks! ;-)
Thanks Robyn! :-) I love them too...I think you just like the word! LOL
Everything looks so festive! Autumn is my favorite season. I haven't begun decorating and won't until Oct. but I enjoy gathering ideas and inspiration from all of you that have.
Hi Missy! ....So THAT'S what those corn stalk bunches are called!!! "foddershocks"...funny word, but I've always loved them! Your fall decorating looks sooo pretty and welcoming. Your visitors must love coming up to your front door! You've got me in the mood to do my decorating!!!...I also loved your metallic pumpkin post, and I have that same exact cake stand that your mom got you! I got mine in Home Goods. Love the dome you put on top!... I'm so happy we found each other, your blog is just lovely! Have a fun day! ;) Paulette
Foddershocks! How cute! Now I know what they're called. Yours look great!
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