13. Decorate In Fall Colors
Break out the pumpkin, mustard and cranberry hues because it’s time to decorate in fall colors! You don’t need to go all out and decorate your entire home. Just toss a few fall colored throw pillows onto your couch. Or whip out some seasonal place mats for the dining room table. Small touches of fall will look beautiful, and you don’t have to make any drastic changes to your decor to make a big statement.
14. Display A Scarecrow
There’s a reason scarecrows were invented. And even though most of us don’t need to scare birds away, displaying one in your front yard is still a fun way to celebrate fall. You can turn this idea into a DIY project for your kids, or get creative on your own. The Budget Decorator has great tips and ideas on making your own scarecrow.