- Put some green tissue paper in the bottom of a small wicker basket and top it with an assortment of small gourds and pumpkins. This can make a nice decorative piece or centerpiece for your fall table.
- Get about eight dried corn stalks and bind them together about two feet from the top. Spread the bottom of the stalks out to create a free standing tee-pee type shape to stand in your yard.
- Cut cork sheets into fall shapes to use as coasters during the season. Cut them into pumpkin shapes, leaf shapes, or even in the shapes of a football.
- Hollow out small pumpkins to use as candle holders.
With a little creativity and with objects that are available this time of year you can add some fall touches to your home.
If you have questions about your homeowners insurance or other loss prevention products, contact our Thousand Oaks, CA office, at Weeks & Associates Insurance.