Get your space fall-ready. (Photo: Michaels/Getty)

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Sprucing up your space for fall is definitely one of the more fun ways to usher in the start of a new season. And Michaels is making it easier—and that much more budget-friendly—with its current fall décor sale, which offers 40% off autumnal candles, lighting, tabletop, wreaths, wall accents and more. 

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With fall accents for every style, Michaels has you covered no matter your decorating preferences. Into rustic pumpkins? Check out this top-rated 20-inch Ashland wall canvas depicting a pickup truck that’s filled with pumpkins. Regularly $19.99, it drops to $11.99 during this sale. Alternately, you pick up these Ashland 5-inch glass pumpkin, once $14.99, on sale for $8.99.

Make your home smell like fall, too. (Photo: Michaels)

If you love a fall floral moment, you won’t want to miss this 5-star rated Ashland 28-inch dahlia, pinecone and pumpkin ribbon wreath, which is available for in-store pickup. Normally $79.99, it drops to $47.99 with the 40% discount. Its vibrant red-and-orange hues will make your home look instantly inviting.

If you want to warm up your home with comforting fall-themed scents, try the 16.4-ounce Ashland Fall Foliage jar candle, once $5.99 and now just $3.33.

In addition to the 40% discount you’ll get on fall décor, you can also use coupon code 20MADEBYYOU for an extra 20% savings off one regular-priced item through Saturday, October 3. There’s no telling how long this sale will last, so you’ll want to act fast to score the best deals

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