Yay! September is here! And with September comes Pumpkin Spice Lattes… cool, crisp mornings…and re-styling my cafe shelves. I cannot believe it’s been almost a year since my husband made these for me (read all about that here). These shelves have been so fun to change out with each season, and here’s this Fall’s version:

I continued with my book page theme which I creatively & strategically planned out just happened to do because it was cheap.

With one 49 ¢ book from Goodwill, I made 3 wreaths, a garland, and a tree. And I still have like half a book left! Don’t worry, I’m done for now.

So, with the book page theme in mind, I covered some books with smooth black card stock and wrote out this verse with a white crayon to give the appearance of a chalkboard. (Yes, you can actually use chalk, but one little touch will smear your words.)

And just because I’m crazy about owls right now…

This birdcage was born ivory, but ever since I spotted a picture of some turquoise birdcages several months ago, it’s been begging me to spray paint it “Lagoon” by Rustoleum. {Love!}

A framed swatch of one of my favorite fabrics displays our family number…

Project #3 from the thrift store book:

The decided place for the Fall Word Tree

A basket labeled “Apples”, in case someone’s never heard of these red things…

And my version of a book page wreath {thrift store book project #4}, which I’ll give you more details on later. And I had to keep my old window up for another season, just because I love it. If you missed the story on that back in the Spring, click here.

That’s it! Hope this gives you some inspiration for your own Fall decorating!