The weather’s a little cooler and I brought home my first bag of homegrown apples on Saturday – yum! Fall is around the corner and to celebrate, I’m sharing tutorials for six fall topiaries for your fall decorating. If you need a new display for your fall mantel, or an autumn centerpiece for the table, try your hand at one of these fall topiaries. They’re everlasting, too, so you can display them for years to come. Many thanks to designer Diane Flowers for these beauties.
This Bright Green Topiary Trio combines apples, berries and mums in a zesty fall palette of bright green and warm brown. If you like, you can leave off the base and use them as wreaths instead.
Though its color scheme is more classic, there’s no doubt that the long, twiggy stems add unexpected drama to this Bountiful Harvest Topiary.
Here’s some once & done decorating – make this Berry Apple Topiary now, and you’re decorating is done from now through the holiday season.
Here’s one more Green Apple Topiary, which rests on a handcrafted container. Feel free to change it up and use a readymade container if you’re looking to save time.
All of the tutorials are on StyrofoamCrafts.com, and the photos and project names link up, so click on through.
For me, apples are one of the first signs of fall. What about you? What says “fall” to you?