Simple Ways to Beautify Your Fence This Thanksgiving

It’s that time of the year! The days are shorter, and nights are longer, and the weather is cooling down. With this fall season, everyone is excited for Thanksgiving because of its abundant food, prosperity, and happiness for everyone. Welcome your guests on Thanksgiving with beautiful decorations around your fence.

Simple way to beautify your fence this Thanksgiving

Here are some easy tips you can use to beautify your fence this Thanksgiving:

1. Hang Bright Potted Flowers on Your Fence

You can use vibrant flowers like plumeria, mums, and torch lilies to fill your yard with autumn colors. These would give an authentic sense of fall season and a cozy effect to any fence – be it a chain-link fence, wrought iron fence, or even security gates. You simply need to hang the potted flowers in a specific row- it can be either linear or diagonal.

2. Mini Pumpkins on the Fence Posts

Get some hollow pumpkins from the market and make tiny pores all around. After that, put a candle inside and do the same with the other pumpkins. The number of pumpkins will depend on the number of fence posts. Once you are done with the process, keep all those pumpkins on the post, and you can light up the candles in the evening. This will give a very pleasant look to your fence and will also complement the other decoration you’ve done.

3. Banner on the Fence

Placing banners on your fence is a great idea for Thanksgiving decorations. You can place different messages on the banners. These banners can be easily made at home, or you can look out for them in the market. Unique banners will grab the attention of your guests.

4. Hay Bales at the Bottom of Fence

Hay bales look classy. Without them, the Thanksgiving decoration will look incomplete, as they naturally reflect the fall season and farm scenes. You can get these from any discount shops. Spread some of them along the bottom of the fence and keep the rest of them at the front gate of your fence. You can even use some scarecrows, pumpkins, and gourds with these hay bales to add an extra touch to your fence decoration.

5. Corn Stalk and Lighting

Corn stalk is a must for Thanksgiving decoration. Tie corn stalks outside of the main entrance of the fence and cover these tall stalks with lighting in a criss-cross pattern. Turn on these lights in the evening during your Thanksgiving celebration.

Use these innovative ideas to decorate your fence and give an amazing look to your house this Thanksgiving.

                                                                        Happy Thanksgiving!

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Ron Frazelle

Ron Frazelle is the Project Manager of La Habra Fence Company, a leading provider and installer of ornamental iron fencing in Southern California for over 65 years. Ron is committed to providing the best customer service, high quality products and quick project completion at the best overall value for his clients. La Habra Fence Company is known for creating a loyal and returning clientele that looks forward to doing business with them.