7 Autumnal Etsy Finds to Fall For

Hello, have you heard? It’s officially autumn, and you are either extremely thrilled or extremely over it already. If you’re currently wrapped in a cozy scarf and sipping a warm spiced beverage (despite whatever the weather is actually doing outside), then this roundup of fall-themed Etsy finds will have you itching to go apple picking, longing to leaf peep, and generally pumped for anything pumpkin-related.

This doormat is one way to announce you’re Team Fall before people even enter your place.

This isn’t your mother’s wreath. We love this modern take with a simple wire, sage, some mums and cabbage roses.

Yes, it’s that time of year: Decorative gourd season. An ode to the perennial McSweeney’s article, you can celebrate this festive season all year round with a cross stitch.

You can love fall and love living plants, as these adorable pumpkin succulent planters show.

Your decor doesn’t have to scream autumn—you can be stealthy with it. Like this warm hued garland that you can keep up all year and no one will know it’s a declaration of fall loyalty.

If we’re talking autumnal treats, the PSL is undeniable. But my personal fave is apple cider, and specifically, apple cider donuts. Don’t @ me.

Velvet is taking over, and yep, it’s coming for your pumpkins. These look deliciously vintage, like you’d find them in your grandma’s basement and then get a million compliments on them.

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