Welcome to the third day of our First Ever Holiday Craftacular Blog Hop! You can catch up on Monday’s post here and Tuesday’s post here in case you missed them. As mentioned in previous posts, throughout the year, my blogging friends and I will share our holiday/seasonal projects.

If you’re a fellow blogger, we’d love for you to share a fall-related project, recipe or craft at our link up below. We’ll share our linky party favorites at our next Holiday Craftacular blog hop as well as our Holiday Craftacular Pinterest Board!

Meet the Holiday Craftacular bloggers below. Don’t don’t forget to follow your Craftacular hosts. 🙂
Holiday Craftacular link up for fall inspiration!

Lauren of Mom Home Guide
Becky of The Dempster Logbook
Carrie of Curly Crafty Mom
Reesa of Momma Lew
Now for today’s Holiday Craftacular blogger, Becky!
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Welcome back to the third day of our Holiday Craftacular! I’m Becky and I blog at The Dempster Logbook. I write from the heart for those who want real life encouragement. I also create DIY tutorials for people who love the idea of DIY and creating their own beautiful things, but don’t own a garage full of fancy power tools. I left teaching to stay at home with my kids, help with the farm, and grow my blog. Today I’m so excited to share with you a tour of our farm home decorated for fall.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

First up is a look at our front porch.  I pulled mostly found items from around our farm for the porch area.  Old doors for a backdrop.  Mums planted in galvanized buckets.  And a bucket full of pears for our tree.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

The piano mantle was decorated with items that all fit the specific colors I was looking for. Browns, whites, and neutrals, with a pop of red. I stacked old books and a velvet pumpkin. The vases were filled with picks of cotton blooms and magnolia leaves. I also used cut pieces of birch wood, wooden thimbles and a brass trumpet.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.I decorated the garage door with a stack of pumpkins in muted orange and green, some mini mums, and a straw wreath. Nothing major, just subtle hints of fall.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

Last up is a look at the dining room table. I placed a simple green metal basket in the center of the table. Inside the container I wrapped a cotton bloom garland, and added a couple of small orange gourds.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

Fall on the farm home tour from The Dempster Logbook.

That concludes my Farm Home Tour. If you have any great fall posts we hope you will share them with us here! We look forward to seeing your fall crafts, projects and recipes in the link up. – Becky @ The Dempster Logbook

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Lovely readers, how cool is Becky’s farm house tour? I love the white pumpkins, the mums and all the rustic elements incorporated in Becky’s home decor. I just love how every detail ties in so nicely.   Okay, next up on the Fall Craftacular Blog Hop and Linky party will be yours truly. Please check back here tomorrow to see the fall tablescape I created. P.S. I was going for an elegant look this year! 😉 Xo, Tee.  

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