Peary Charming Fall Mantel Decor

Peary Charming Fall Mantel Decor
Peary Charming Fall Mantel Decor
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Sweeten up your fireplace with this Peary Charming Fall Mantel decor that takes only minutes create! Whipping out some DIY home decor projects is a great way to save money and give your home a personal touch. Not only will these mantel decor ideas add character to your living room, but you will enjoy making these peary-cute phrases. What better way to welcome one of our favorite seasons with different fruits and colored leaves? Decorating your mantel is a great way to enhance your home for the holiday season and this tutorial will teach you how to decorate a mantel that will become the focal point of your living room. Your little ones, friends, and family will absolutely love this design!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueFood Crafting



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This is a cool idea but because the fruit would be worthless after using the cloves I would consider this a waste of fruit. However, on the other hand to get the same effect how about using some sort of artificial fruit instead to get the same result.

I have seen this done with oranges during the Winter months. As a matter of fact as a child in Elementary school many, many years ago, an art teacher completed this project with us using oranges. I thought is was really fun. My Mother was so impressed.

This idea gives inspiration for another option...use wax or plastic fruit, paint them a bit to make them look more realistic if necessary, and you can still add the cloves either with a hole,punch or some white glue that dries clear, or both. The cloves last a long time, and will still impart the fragrance without the worry of fruit flies as the real,pears go bad. But for a temporary look, the real fruit is a lovely idea!

What a darling idea! I think that we've all seen the old fashioned version of this with the cloves stuck in an orange, but this is a really refreshing take. I bet the smell would be phenomenal. My only concern is how long it would last. I'm thinking that it would only last a day or so because the pears are so delicate and would start to brown as soon as the skin was punctured. Nonetheless, it would be a wonderful to welcome guests on Thanksgiving! Super cute.

How cute! You could use these as place settings too, by decorating each with the initial of a guest.


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