Hello everyone! It’s Amber from Quilted Euphoria again. I hope you are enjoying this delicious fall weather as much as I am. To celebrate our changing seasons, I’m going to show you how to make a quick thrifty fall project!
I was putting finishing touches on my fall decor and knew that my long neglected kitchen windowsill was missing something. It has afterall been sporting a fan for the last three months, and I wasn’t feeling very inspired. And then today the fan was put in storage, and the window sill yelled at me to be decorated. (No joke, it actually did yell at me!)
I was making a list of things I needed to grab to top off my decor and decided to head to Pinterest to figure out one last thing. And then the idea hit me! I never knew how adorable beans could be, and they’re the perfect color for fall.
I have a hard time letting go of jars, and shoe boxes, or boxes in general. Because I know the second I throw them out I’ll find something to use them for. I’m borderline hoarder, it’s ridiculous…off I went to the pantry. I kind of wanted a random look to this, so I chose jars of different shapes and sizes. I also tried to avoid those with labels still attached.
I gathered the supplies…(and you can too!)
And this is what resulted
The jars ended up a little fuller than I wanted because some of the jar mouths were too small to fit the candle all the way inside. So filling them to the top solved that problem. But I like the look
Also I think the bean combo are beautifully colored for fall! Just perfect!
The twine I had left over from my fall leaves project along with the felt that I threw in. The colors didn’t have enough red, so I threw in a little of my own.
This project took 15 minutes and was free as I had everything on hand! Love those projects.