Harvest; the gathering of crops. Isn’t Fall symbolic of gathering family and friends and celebrating Thanksgiving and sitting around bonfires? Or maybe that’s just how I see it, but I feel that fall is the beginning of my favorite time of the year that encompasses a lot of “gathering.” What do you think of when you think of the word Harvest? Either way, fall indicates that a few holidays are just around the corner. What better way to kick off the season than a fun budget friendly table setting with goodies from the Target dollar spot.
I’ve also teamed up with a group of great bloggers to share with you a fall festival blog tour. I’ve linked their beautiful fall tours at the bottom!
I love creating table settings and centerpieces. I don’t love spending money on things that just “sit and look pretty.”
How about spending a little money on items like decor and creating a great and budget friendly fall table scape?
This is exactly what I’ve created and I want to show you how buying a few items from the Target dollar spot can really spruce up your fall centerpiece or table setting.
First of all, I know a lot of you are thinking “this is great but my Target dollar spot never has anything.” Well guess what… I heard this week that you can buy from the Target dollar spot online! Yep, I’m not kidding. Happy Dance!
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Target is calling their dollar spot online the “Bullseye’s playground.” The only difference between shopping online and going to a store is that most of the items you purchase online have to be purchased in bundles. But, let’s be honest; who walks away with just one item from the target dollar spot anyway.
Target’s dollar spot online is also a great way to see what seasonal items Target has and buy them in a larger quantity than what you can get in the store.
Now that I’ve established that everyone, even my Canadian friends (for those of you who don’t know, there is no Target in Canada), can purchase Target dollar spot goodies online, we can proceed with the post.
I love looking through other bloggers table settings. It seems everyone has a style, and I think my style trends towards simple and a bit rustic with farmhouse touches.
I love the neutral colors of gold, green, and natural. Speaking of tea towels, check out my fall table scape from last year below.
Those blue striped tea towels were also from the Target dollar spot last year.
Like I said it all started with those tea towels. They seemed to be one of the first “fall” things that rolled in at the beginning of the season.
Next I found the larger pumpkins I used for the centerpiece and the “Harvest” sign.
Note; the greenery came from Hobby Lobby from a few years ago. You’ll notice I use it a lot throughout my posts. Sorry, but not so sorry because I can’t justify paying for new greenery when I already had some from recent years, ya know?!
The gold and green vase small candles also came from the Target dollar spot.
My last Target dollar spot purchase was those cute ceramic pumpkins sitting on the plate. Best part about those little pumpkins, they were only $1!
What do you think about my Fall Table Setting from the Target Dollar Spot?
It doesn’t take a lot of money or creativity to create a pretty fall table setting.
If your interested in how I created the dining room table and the story behind the base (errr casket carrier), click HERE.
I hope this has inspired you to create your own fall table scape!
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As always, thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to peruse the lovely fall blog posts below on this Fall Festival Blog Tour!
Next on the blog tour is Timeless Creations and her beautiful fall table scape.
If you enjoyed this post I would love to know what you think about my other Seasonal posts!
Front Porches on Tuesday
Fall Recipes on Wednesday
Tablescapes on Thursday
Mantles on Friday