This past weekend…I went to check out a couple of Fall festivals and did a little more Fall decorating.
As crazy as it sounds…I went to walk the huge Fall festival that I had done for 24 years. When I did this show, I never had the time to go shopping there. So I decided that I would like to check it out with 300,000 or more of my friends…. It sure was a long walk to the top of the hill and back down. I took this photo while up at the top of the hill.
The other show I checked out…was in my small hometown. This was the first thing that we saw when we arrive at this small show… I think this is the only flower bus that I’ve ever seen.
Now on to the Fall decorating that I did…
I picked up these cute little gourds with mice peeking out of them at one of our local shops. The one on the book is in a small mason jar cloche.
The pumpkins in the photo below are ones that I just recently got from Hobby Lobby. I love that they have Fall words written on them.
As you all know…I love white pitchers, but I couldn’t resist getting this pumpkin pitcher when I saw it at Hobby Lobby. Not sure if they have anything like it now…I’ve had mine for several years. The little white pitcher is a new piece that I got from “The Vintage Market Place” at the huge “Flea Market Extravaganza” that was here in town this past September.
Made a little change to the corner fireplace…can you figure out what it is? Yep…I moved the Carmel Apple that was in a wooden bowl and put the small owl in its place. My sister and I found a new shop at a mall that is in a nearby town…and it had the cutest Fall decor. We both just loved this sweet little owl and had to get one.
My sister lives in a home that was built in 1861 and she decorates in the primitive style and here is how she displayed her owl.
If I’m not around here very much this week…you will find me in my sewing room. I’m making some vintage style pillows with doilies and old brooches on them for our local shop. I’ll shared some photos of them when I get them done later this week.
Until next time……. Fall blessings, Cindy