My favorite holiday decor is made mostly of natural elements. They can be relatively easy to find...acorns, leaves, pumpkins, pine cones, magnolia leaves, apples, gords, corn husks. I know that not everyone can find all of these things. Sometimes I do get them at a farmer's market, grocery store, neighbor's yard, stranger's yard...
I have the "pretty picture that I will never do but like to pin and pretend I will" category up first. I actually do a very scaled down version of this pic for the front of my house since I don't have steps, time, or money for the large version.
Next up we have the "If you can click your mouse button..." category. I say that because I found a website you can order dried wheat sheaves from. Disclaimer: I have no idea what the sheaves on the website are like but there are reviews for the wheat sheaves you can read before you purchase them. These are perfect at an entryway or use two of them on a dining room table, simple but makes a statement.
This next photo shows wheat standing in a container and it is so simple to make.
Below the photo is a link to a Better Homes and Gardens video on how to make this beautiful centerpiece.
Look how gorgeous these wheat wreaths look hanging in the window
and the wheat on the table with the pretty burlap runner. Of course, the Mora clock looks great too.
I think this post turned into things you can do with wheat. I'll be sharing more fall ideas soon. I have so many I want to split them up into different posts. I apologize for the weird spacing, font changes, and letters running off the page. It may be Blogger's fault or because it's 1:00 AM and I can't think anymore.