Happy Monday, friends! I hope you had a great weekend! It was fall break for my kids and we had a fun, relaxing weekend that was much needed. Had a blast hanging out with my brother and sis-in-law doing some shopping, getting pedi’s while the guys golfed, and staying up too late playing cards!
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DIY Fall Place Setting Decor
I have a quick and easy DIY fall place setting decor idea for you today! I found these pretty wood fall-themed stickers in the dollar section at Target. That little section is filled with treasures! I only paid $3 for a pack of 10- what a deal!
I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with them until a friend of mine on Instagram shared a photo of her tablescape with those cute tiles that read, “thankful”. If you’re on IG, be sure to give her a follow – you’ll love her feed! You can find her at @chauntellouisdesigns.
She had used her Cricut (that is definitely going on my Christmas list!) to create the sticker for the tile, but I thought my fall stickers would work perfectly, too.
We were already headed to Lowe’s to grab supplies for our wet bar makeover (can’t wait to share that makeover when it’s done!) so I went over to the tile section to see what I could find. I ended up with these cute white backsplash tiles. They are simple and I like the rimmed edge detail.
I cut the tiles apart and trimmed the netting away from the edge. Then it was time for the stickers!
I just centered a sticker on each tile and voila! Super simple, but pretty fall place setting decor! I made eight since that’s how many place settings we have at our formal dining table.
Here’s how they look in a place setting:
The fun thing is that you can use them in other places, too, such as a filler in your shelf and mantle decor.
Well, I hope you enjoyed this simple DIY. Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today!
You might also be interested in:
Creating a Fall Tablescape from Target’s Dollar Section
How to Create a Centerpiece from Your Backyard
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