My Fall front porch decor is done. Well, it's never really done, but it's done for now.
My black porch rockers sort of go with the Halloween theme.
I got this clay pumpkin years ago and he always lands on the front porch. His hat comes off so you can put a candle in him.
I covered some bright summer green outdoor pillows with burlap and painted numbers on them.
BTW, I will not give a tutorial on making the pillow covers, because I cheated and it involves iron on Stitch Witchery fusible bonding tape and straight pins. Yeah, I had a little fight with the sewing machine and it won, so out came the Stitch Witchery.
My front door is flanked by my oval planters.
Each planter has a grass plant and two types of potato vines.
The potato vines will die off at the first hint of a frost, so I have planted a backup plan. Ornamental Cabbage. Or is it Ornamental Kale?
Cabbage I think. Doesn't it look pretty peaking out from underneath the grass.
I have a green one and
a purple one in each pot.
And to the right of the front door, my pumpkin in sitting in an urn that used to have summer flowers in it.
I switched out my doormat insert to my Halloween one. I have a few different centers that can go in here. The black rubber part stays and just the coir center is changeable.
I love my rusty orange mums that I found this year. I would tell you the name of them, but I lost the tag for them. And I always keep the tags!!!
This is where my gourds from this post ended up.