FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

A dough bowl is the perfect container to use for a fall centerpiece. It’s sturdy wooden construction and time-worn look makes it my go-to vessel when I’m decorating with natural fall elements! Today I’m sharing an easy, no-fail way to style a fabulous centerpiece to last through Thanksgiving in a large dough bowl. I have a secret for filling a large bowl so it looks abundant and grand! Let’s do some fall dough bowl styling!



FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

Let’s make this in just a few easy steps!

Get out your dough bowls! I have collected several over the years, but this one works nicely on my kitchen table! If you are looking for a dough bowl, see “get the look” at the bottom of this post. There are all kinds and price points. The “real” ones may be a bit expensive but they are well worth it! They are heirlooms!

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

I gathered together the fall things I thought I might want in my dough bowl… pumpkins, burlap balls, pinecones (lots of pinecones), willow balls, faux deer sheds, mini Indian corn and leaves made from old book pages.

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

I placed one large white faux pumpkin in the left side of the dough bowl and then filled the bottom of it up with “white pine” pine cones. I like to use these specific pine cones because they are long and thin and kinda connect together to make a very nice bed almost anything placed on them. 

Just a single layer will do! This one step work like magic to make arrangements full looking! Easy-peasy, right?

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

Next, I added burlap balls. These are so easy to make. I keep a box of them on hand to use when I decorate. To see how to make burlap balls click HERE.

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

Now comes the white baby boo pumpkins! The first layer that is! I just nestled them in. Can you see this centerpiece coming together already? 

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

Next layer, a couple willow balls.

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

More pumpkins and pine cones.

For this layer of pine cones I use spruce, scotch, redwood or douglas pine cones. I like to turn some upside down in the arrangement so the bottom of the pine cone shows.

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

The final touches are the deer sheds, acorn stems and book page leaves. How easy was that?

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.


FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

Here’s how it looks on my kitchen table…

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

Another dough bowl with a little more color… and you can see how to create this HERE.

FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

Now grab a dough bowl and get busy!!!!



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FALL DOUGH BOWL STYLING- A step-by-step diy for styling a fall arrangement in a dough bowl.

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  1. Love the look of the Dough Bowl. Will have to create one for my DRoom table. Also, had forgotten about wanting to make the burlap balls, thanks for the reminder. Glad your week-end was good,, know you are excited about the new blessing you are about to receive. Prayers for the best.

  2. Good morning Yvonne! It looks like your dough bowl is the perfect size for any table. Can you tell us the approximate dimensions of the one you’re using? Thank you and have a great day!


  3. I have my great grandmother’s dough bowl and enjoy using it. I’m loving the neutral tones and will be decorating with them more in the new house. I like the pine cone suggestion.

  4. You aleways use such practical things and when you use them in your vinettes they become such a statment. So nice.

  5. The idea to incorporate acorns & pinecones into fall vignettes came from reading your blog. I have now used them on both our kitchen table & on our front porch.

  6. Oh you just gave me the inspiration I needed today! I have a dough bowl, would you believe it truly looks like wood but is resin? Everyone thinks it’s wood, but it isn’t. It looks like a Colonial dough bowl though and I use it for different things. I am going to use your idea to decorate mine for the Fall season. I love pine cones! I keep them and use them from Fall through Christmas. I’m starting my decorating tomorrow, I am actually taking a vacation day from work to begin my Fall decorating. I also collect vintage inspired Halloween items, so I have some of those I use. If it looks vintage, I love it! Nothing scary or cheesy. My favorite are the paper mache pumpkin lanterns, I have a few reproduction ones I’ve collected. I can hardly wait to start my decorating. Thank you, as always, for the inspiration I need every day.

  7. Love how you coordinated the curve of the squash with the curve of the bowl in the colorful arrangement. You certainly have an eye for how everything blends well with not only colors but shapes. Thank you so much for all the time and effort you put into this blog.

  8. Beautiful way to display Fall! The little pumpkins are a favorite of mine this year whether real or painted. I don’t own a dough bowl but I think a big basket will work. Thanks

  9. I’m so in L-O-V-E with your dough bowl centerpiece! Such inspiration and so beautiful~!!! I love each and every element you used in it. Have you ever used sweet gum balls from the sweet gum tree? ~~I’m not sure if they grow in your area~~ they add a lot of texture and interest also~! I’m going to have to search thru my stash as I thought at one time I had a dough bowl—hmmm….
    Love all that you do, Yvonne…I look forward to each post!

  10. I have never decorated for fall, it’s just not that common in Europe, but you have inspired me. You make this all look so easy and what’s more it’s so pretty, I wonder why we never make the effort over here, I rather admire how much you do. I decided to start gently, I don’t want to shock everyone! I bought some pumpkins and decorated our terrace table, I was so happy I shared it all on the blog today! Now I am going foraging in the fields for some dried corn, there is plenty about, it is just being harvested dry for feed at the moment. I may be rather late to the party, but I am going to have fun joining in!!!

  11. Your dough bowl looks great and you have such interesting stuff in it. I still haven’t found the right one yet, but I keep on looking.

  12. Hi Yvonne,
    As always I love the way you mix textures! Those baby boo pumpkins are so sweet! I’m looking for some of those now in my stores. I’ve also been on the hunt for a dough bowl. The right one will come my way! Beautiful display!

  13. My sweet husband emptied my basement craft storage room into the basement living area for the furnace gentleman. Attempting to purge craft “stuff”. Many rubbermaid totes, re-labeled and re-stacked. Greenery and leaves are cumbersome. Loving your fall look, especially more neutral tones. Today’s task is to remake corn husk wreath with less colorful leaves. All you do is such a blessing.

  14. Love your dough bowl styling. Always look forward to my email with your new blog post announcement. Would love to share the giant dough bowl my friend has. We do not have blogs or sell items on the internet. I just thought you would enjoy seeing her giant dough bowl! Pictures posted on Auntie RooLoo’s Cottage on Facebook. I am not selling, buying or competing with any bloggers. We just love dough bowls!

  15. Once upon a time I brought two dough bowls home from a junking journey … now “heirlooms” as you said, they are treasures from long ago that continue to serve in many ways. Thanks for lifting them up in your inspiring ways!

  16. Good morning Yvonne, you are my go to girl for inspiration. We use to raise christmas trees on our farm so we had an endless supply of cones for decorating. To this day I still like gathering things from nature to decorate my home. Thanks and have a good day.

  17. Just lovely, after looking at this I will have to try and find a dough bowl for my kitchen table. I t also lends itself to other holiday decorating. Thanks for the ideas

  18. Oh to have an heirloom dough bowl. The only good thing about my daughter’s X-mother-in-law is that she had an antique dough bowl! I love the neutral and nature look. It’s so classy but yet so simple. We finally have autumn temps in St. Louis. This may inspire me to begin fall decorating.

  19. Yvonne, I enjoy the color options you use rather than the typical orange for Fall. Here in Phoenix, we don’t really have these natural elements however this project gives me a good excuse for an hour and a half trip north to collect what I need for the arrangement. I’m going to try your ‘recipe’ for bleaching pine cones this year.

  20. A dough bowl is on my list of wonderful things to acquire and I really want to get an authentic old one. I love the look and feel of beautiful old wood. I do love your blog and very much enjoy reading and looking through every post. Thanks again.

  21. Thank you for the inspiration! I have my dough bowl halfway done. Where do get the fabulous willow balls and mix of pine cones? I’m having great fun with this project… just what I need on a fall day!

    1. Hi Lucia: in case Yvonne is too busy to answer today, I’ll just step in to say those two items are usually available at dollar stores, at least, they are in Ontario, Canada and if they’re in dollar stores here, they’re sure to be in US dollar stores! Try Hobby Lobby or Michael’s, etc. By the way, grapevine balls are great fun to make … just go out in the country, look for those climbing vines (that are everywhere), pull them off (you might want scissors) and form little balls, weaving in the ends to maintain a ball shape. At the start, you may find you need to use some wire (kitchen twist ties) to hold the vines in place but once you get weaving the vines in and out, they stay in place. I always make my own (free!!) grapevine wreaths too. Lots of fun!

    2. Sorry Lucia – I meant to type the word “or” after the part where I say “try Dollar Stores”. I didn’t mean it to sound as if Hobby Lobby and Michael’s were also dollar stores. lol! If you can’t find the two items at dollar stores, try the larger hobby/craft shops.

  22. So simple, yet what an impact.
    I have been hunting for a reason my priced dough bowl for years. Going to check out the link now!!
    Have a blessed day!!

  23. I have a couple of dough bowls and I like to use pinecones in them too. I wish I could find some deer sheds, either real or good artificial.

    1. Hello Sharon – lucky you, having a couple of dough bowls!! They are just about impossible to find in my neck of the woods and if found, usually run close to $200! Re your wish for deer sheds, I’m thinking of making some and if you are up for it, visit a blog called “Craftberry Bush” – she (Lucy) shows you how to MAKE them and they look absolutely amazing!! I think I will make it my Fall project.

      1. Thanks for the tip, Elaine. I will definitely check out “Craftberry Bush” and try my hand at making some sheds. I never would have guessed that we could make our own!

  24. I’m so blessed to have my great aunt’s dough bowl. I can remember going to her house and making biscuits of in it. What wonderful memories. Now it will make a wonderful centerpiece with new memories. Thank you once again for a marvelous idea.

  25. Looking for pine cones and magnolia cones to use in my dough bowl! My mother had one, now if I can only find it in all of her treasures!!
    Love the look!!

  26. I know what I’ll be doing this weekend…love the look, but might check out the one with a little more colour though. I will be checking out your burlap ball creation! Love your posts and the variety of your topics! Keep up the great work!??

  27. I have longed for a dough bowl like yours for a very long time, does anyone happen to know where to find one. They bring back such wonderful memories for me, I can see my grandmother standing at the counter with her large dough bowl making biscuits or dough for her sweet potato cobbler. A cousin inherited the bowl and sold it within a month after my grandma passed away. I was heart broken! When I think about it I get sick to my stomach. 🙁

  28. Thanks for the great tips on styling the dough bowl – it looks great and so pretty on your fall tablescape! I made some of the burlap balls last year and am looking forward to using them again this year in my fall decor! Thanks for sharing….

  29. I have a dough bowl from my mother. I am copying yours as a start. Can you buy the leaves at Michaels or Joanns? Don’t have the antlers but assume they are pretty available. Love this look. Thank you so much for the idea.

  30. My husband got a walnut log a from my sister and brother -in-law from while they were traveling in Iowa. I have already told him that I wanted him to make me a dough bowl out it. I just showed him your Fall centerpieces and he liked them. Maybe this will inspire him to do make me one after he finishes our kitchen cupboards! 🙂 Thanks for sharing!!

  31. Absolutely beautiful.Love the whites with the light tan balls.You always come up with the best deals.Your blog is my favorite.a grandchild on the way, you will never be the same.Welcome to the best part of life,grandchildren!

  32. I am so happy I discovered this site… I love the dough bowl and how all the pieces and textures fit together to create a beautiful, earthy and friendly tablescape. Thanks for sharing your creativity

  33. You’ve got me revved up to decorate for fall and given me some good ideas, Yvonne! I’m not much for the white pumpkins, I’m more of a fall color person. Thanks! I look forward to hearing from you every day!

  34. Hello Yvonne- I love & anticipate your postings each day. I am in Canada & wondering if a Canadian follower qualifies to be entered into to your give away prizes?
    Thanks from another Yvonne ?

  35. Hi Yvonne, You are making me love fall. You are such an inspiration! On a side note, are you advocating for Hillary Clinton? I see that over half of the ads on your blog are about her. I would be surprised if you were, but the many ads are making me wonder. I assumed the ads are not something you have control of, but I just wanted to check with you.

  36. Thank you SO much Yvonne for the easy tutorial! It certainly makes a beautiful centerpiece. Now I need to dig out my dough bowl and gather my goodies. I never would have thought to turn some of the pine cones upside down in an arrangement. The bottom has so much texture and is so interesting to the eye. In nature they sure don’t all fall face up! LOL

    Keep all of the great ideas and lovely photos coming. Enjoy your Autumn!

  37. Obsessed with white pumpkins since discovering Stone Gable last year via Pinterest! Actually, obsessed with everything Stone Gable! Greatest Pinterest find, to date!

  38. Oh, I love the burlap balls!! I’d like to add these to my decor! Did you need any special type of paint for the brown?

  39. I have wanted a dough bowl for years but have not run across one within my budget. I like the way the little white pumpkins contrast with this bowl.

  40. It’s said some people live “vicariously” through their children, but me…I live vicariously through your blog and beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing your creativity!

  41. I love to look at all your posts, I had been looking for a nice fall tartan throw, I ordered the one from your post. Thank you. I love when we learn how to find some of the cool things you use. Pam from california

  42. Thank you for getting me in the fall decorating spirit !!! You have excellent idea is an excellent decorating style !!!
    Now I just have to find a dough bowl!!!!

  43. Your dough bowls are gorgeous. I only have one and it’s a smaller one. I have it decorated with willow balls and white mini pumpkins.

    Thank you again for all your ideas. Now I need to find some pine cones to add to it!

  44. I have that almost exact dough bowl and never once thought to make a beautiful centerpiece out of it. Thank you for all your ideas! Everything you do is done so tastefully!

  45. I love the look of the dough bowls. I don’t have one but use a wooden bowl my daughter brought me back from Kenya on a mission trip….it’s very meaningful and I am going to use your tips to fill it for fall.

  46. Beautiful!!! I always look for pine cones and acorns when we travel to the Caroline’s. Can’t fine what I need where we live. Love your Dough Bowl.

  47. I love all the wonderful fall ideas. Best of all, you are using things you already have. I shop around my house for things to use before I go to a store.

  48. It’s lovely, Yvonne. I don’t have a dough bowl and have never come across an authentic one for sale. I use a low oval basket , not a bad substitute! I am wondering what your news is, I am hoping it is what I think it is!?

  49. Love the look of your arrangement! I don’t have a dough bowl but I do have an old wire basket that I like to arrange things in. You’ve sparked my desire to rearrange it now for fall! Do you do anything special to the pine cones you collect before you display them? I’m new to your blog — really enjoy it!

  50. Love this idea with the dough bowl. I have one of my Great Grandmothers and will use it. That way I feel like she is with us during the holidays. Thanks for the inspirations. Love it!

  51. LOVE the arrangement. Purchased MANY styrofoam balls for pennies on after-Christmas-sale; have the dough bowl; have antlers. Just need the white pumpkins to complete this lovely look!

  52. As always, a beautiful idea. I’ve got so many pine cones from around the yard this year. I’m not going ot wait until Christmas to bring them inside this year! Thank you!

  53. Time to go shopping at a local antique mall to find
    me a dough bowl. Love how you used it for the fall.
    Very unique.Thanks for the ideas you post.Cheryl

  54. Love your style…so classy, yet so warm and inviting! I always look forward to seeing your post pop up in my in-box. Keep the great ideas rolling!!!!

  55. lovd e the dough bowl. i also have one. loved the idea with the paper leaves takes me back to grade school…. i’ve tea stained some old book pages. these ideas will complement the pine cones pumpkins and love your ideas keep them coming!!

  56. Love the natural look of this centerpiece also love the book page leaves.
    Doesn’t take much money to make something pretty.

  57. Thank you for your seasonal ideas, I don’t have a dough bowl but a large round wood bowel that I use for the fall season. Like the burlap balls fun idea nice size to add to display. It is always fun to view your sit. God Bless for making life more fun.

  58. Wow! Lots of comments! Love your fall centerpiece! I plan to make some burlap balls using your instructions! Thanks for sharing your ideas and expertise !

  59. Such a nice dough bowl for decor. I love the items that you paired in it and the different sizes and textures. Yay for Fall!

  60. Love your instructions for constructing centerpieces. Hopefully your book will include many basics to build upon. Come quickly!

  61. Sure wish I could take you on a little tour of my house! I have used several ideas from your amazing blog & brain! My heart still stops when I see your country kitchen!!!!
    Oh and your Sunday LOVE for the Lord ??
    The best!

  62. Hi Yvonne, about a year ago I saw a post you did on a Benjamin Moore paint color called ‘Sonnet.’ I always kept it in the back of my mind that someday I was going to use it because it’s just a gorgeous shade. Fast forward to this week, we are ONE week in our new home in Smyrna, TN having moved from Northern California……the interior color is awful. So I remembered Sonnet and went to the paint store, bought a sample and it is PERFECT!
    I just wanted you to know how much we out here in blog land value the effort you put into sharing tips and ideas.
    Thanks so much, Colleen

  63. It looks gorgeous, Yvonne! I have always done a very simple Fall display in my long dough bowl–a few gourds, some Indian corn, some real leaves and some pinecones. I plop it on my buffet and I’m done! Dough bowls are great for making homey displays. My long one came to me from my father-in-law’s mother and I have a round one that was my grandmother’s. I usually just use my long dough bowl for Fall decor, but I’ve been seeing so many variations of Fall displays, I might do a totally different type–maybe with the little Baby Boo white pumpkins that you used–in my round bowl for another spot.

    Thanks for the lovely photos and your Fall dough bowl! I love “eye candy”!

  64. White pumpkins oh my!!! love the natural look, I can’t wait for your photos and blog, I will be scouring the shops looking for a bread bowl ….love love love your ideas..you are so creative…

  65. inspiring! I have an old wooden bread “basket” which was my grandmother’s. She passed away in 1963 so it is quite old (who knows how many years she had it!) So while it isn’t technically a dough bowl it would work for this type of arrangement! Once again, thanks for the inspiration!

  66. Love everything in the doe bowl….I don’t have one yet but I am going to. Like that there is an assortment of them on the top of your pg to click on. I surely deserve one seeing that I make sweet doe and bread doe by hand. At least that’s what Ill tell my husband for his approval. I see they can be costly but they are beautiful with a farmhouse décor. Your presentation is beautiful, will we see a bit of Christmas next in there? Lisa@ Sweet Tea N’ Salty Air

  67. With fall being here; i def can make this and my table would be complete. i love down to earth llook and how everything fits into place.

  68. So lovely Yvonne. Your beautiful photos help to make this project easy to recreate. Fall and nature are so inspiring!
    Thank you for inspiring us.


  69. How fun and cute are those bowls. So many different ways to decorate for any holiday. Very inspirational. Thanks for sharing. Love that.

  70. I live a hundred miles from a dollar store , a Hobby Lobby or any mart so I really enjoy your use of natural materials .

  71. I love this centerpiece! Beautiful fall pieces put together with the dough bowl. Love the look of white pumpkins and the idea of cutting leaves out of old book pages. All your decorating ideas are fantastic. Thank you and keep them coming.

  72. LOVE LOVE LOVE the dough bowl idea!!!

    How charming! How rustic! How Fall!!

    You always have such wonderful ideas! Keep them coming!!

  73. I love everything you do! Thank you for giving us wonderful ideals to decorate our homes!
    I don’t have a dough bowl at all! But the wonderful things I could do with it sitting on my dining room table if I did!
    Happy Fall!!

  74. I love the dough bowl idea, but, don’t have one!! I do have a oak basket that was made by my uncle and given to my parents as a wedding gift. Since it is 104 years old it is a treasure to me! I always use it in the fall to put my fall arrangement in. We are just returning from a fall trip to Ohio where I picked up gourds, white pumpkins, and dried corn. Can’t wait to arrange all this in my basket. Love this time of year and loved the Amish country in Oho. Look forward to Stonegable everyday to see your new ideas!! Thanks for sharing with us!

  75. I love the colors and the textures in this fall display. You can sense the change in the seasons by the items that were used.

  76. Love the use of the pinecones in your fall decor!!! AND… while it’s all about the “Dough Bowl” today…. those amazing scalloped edge dishes get me every single time !!! Love them !!! Have a beautiful and blessed weekend!!!

  77. Love the fall dough look! Great ideas that inspire me to give it a try. Thank you for the links it helps so much for this busy girl. Have a great day and will check back again tomorrow.

  78. Dough bowls are a delight just naked !!! However, nobody can dress them up like you can. You make it look so easy-peasy

  79. I have 2 dough bowls usually filled with fruit but I think I will use one to create a fall centerpiece like yours. So so cute!

  80. Love what you do to dough bowls. Mine is a chippy gold paint and wood and you have given me a host of ideas as to how to decorate it for fall!

  81. Once again Yvonne you have forged the way for the most beautiful inspiration making home a welcome respite to a hurting world. Hospitality is a joy when we can encourage each other!

  82. Loved seeing the book pages used for leaves! Also happy to see a new use for those “miscellaneous” deer sheds that I sometimes come upon. It looks so smart, clean & natural. Very timeless…& attractive. An autum wonderland on the table.

  83. What wonderful ideas! I love it! I need to go outside and search for pine cones,etc.soon. We live in a wooded area so that part of it should be easy. I have burlap and will look at how you made the burlap balls. Now I need to find a dough bowl! Thanks for all the great ideas…..love them all!

  84. I love the dough bowl fall decorations. Pinecones, white pumpkins, corn and natural trimmings are my favorite items to decorate for the fall. I want to make lots of the burlap balls, hopefully tomorrow. Thanks for the opportunity for a chance to win the $100.00 prize.

  85. This is very pretty and I have just about everything I need to make a similar centerpiece. Thanks for posting. Your home looks lovely!

  86. Love it! I also use a dough bowl on my table and love filling it for fall and winter. I’ll have to make some of those burlap balls to add in!

  87. You always inspire me to take another look around my yard and home to repurpose what I have. Thank you.

  88. Did you paint the mini pumpkins or did you find white ones? I haven’t seen them in our area (Upper SC). I love the white but I decided to do something a little different this year. I of course used the old bread tray but I used a pumpkin painted copper and added lots of colored leaves, mini corn, all sorts of gourds and all colors, battery operated candles that have fall leaves on them and added the deer antlers. It really turned out nice and I have lots of color plus copper is so stylish now. It is a nice change.

  89. Forgot to post that I have a beautiful round lantern that has a distressed metal top and base but is real larger around. I used one of the battery operated candles with the fall leaves on the sides and found some really pretty potpourri with lots of different types of pods, etc. in fall colors. It looks so “fallish” on my old oak dining table.

  90. I failed to say that your bread tray is gorgeous as is everything you post! I borrowed the antler idea from yours. The white looks so clean and doesn’t have any “cluttered” up look. Just neat and fresh. I love your site and come here everyday at least once!

  91. I love pinecones as well. I keep several out all year in an old coal bin by the fireplace. I had so many at one time that I decided to donate a big box of cones to a local grammar school’s art teacher. She was thrilled.

  92. I always love coming to your website for inspiration!!! Its my go-to at 3:00 in the morning when I can’t sleep. Ha!
    I dearly love fall and all that comes with it! The pine cones natural colored and painted always add a touch to the dough bowl. Your website is my favorite and always can’t wait to see what you are sharing that day. Keep it up!!! You have very talented designers!! Thank You!!!

  93. Beautifully done Yvonne! Thank you for the inspiration and great tip about the different types of pine cones!!

  94. Lovely! I know you always say how much you love to collect white dishes both for using and decorating. I find that many ‘white’ dishes I see are not truly white, but off-white. Many also have embossed designs with tinges of another color, often pink. Do you choose only truly white dishes, or will off-white ones work just as well?

  95. I saw this on Instagram and had to visit your blog to see your secret! I have a HUGE dough bowl that is in my garage because filling it, then finding place for it makes me go bonkers. I wish I would have gotten a smaller size! However, you’ve inspired me to dust off those cobwebs and see what I can do with my dough bowl this holiday season! Your blog and IG feed are just gorgeous… I’m off to find out how to make burlap balls! Happy Sunday, Jules

  96. I love decorating for the holidays and fell in love with your velvet pumpkins. Can’t wait to make these and the adorable little acorns. Thanks so much for sharing!

  97. Oh how I love dough bowls! Years ago my mother had my great grandmother’s old one. I hadn’t seen her display it in quite some time so I asked if I could have it? She said she had donated it!! I literally cried. So I had to I spend the big buck to buy my own and it doesn’t have the sentiment that my great grandmother’s had.

  98. Love your blog!!! You inspire me not only with the outer beauty of you r home but more importantly your Christlike inner beauty! I have a beautiful dough bowl down handed down from my grandmother that I cherish.i so Enjoyed the fall arrangement in it! Do yo have a Christmas version for the dough bowl? If not I sure would love to see you create one. Blessing, Lee Ann

  99. I love this website!!!!! I was searching for dough bowl decorations and found your site. Love all your ideas!!!! Do you sell the fillers and dough bowls? If not, do you mind telling me where you got the fillers? I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks so much!!