Here's another of the ghost make-do...one of my favorites!
A couple of vignette's from last year. Now, after perusing Pinterest, I have so many different idea's in mind for this year.
A couple of handmade felt and wool applique pillows I made from Buttermilk Basin patterns.
Meet Haggy-Lou and her little cat in her shoulder bag. I made her a few years ago from a Chestnut Junction pattern.
Here's a close-up of the top of the white light-up pumpkin I made last year. It's an artificial pumpkin from Michael's that I drilled holes in. I enhanced the veins of the pumpkin with walnut stain and filled it with white lights through a hole in the back. I used different mosses and some pieces of berry picks and rusty stars for the top.
Here's my barn wood dining room hutch. I also found this at the same close-out for $100! I had been wanting one and it was like a miracle that I happened to stop into this store when they were starting their close out. I love, love, love it, and will probably never part with it, even though I feel my decorating style changing a bit. I will be sure to always incorporate it!
I made these little fabric pumpkins to put on two grapevine wreaths decorated for Autumn.
My momma enjoying herself at a local Fall festival and Witch's Night Out last year.
We did it every year together. This year is just not the same. I'm having trouble getting in the 'Spirit', but I'm trying. My husband and I are taking my sister to the Fall festival and craft show tomorrow afternoon. She's never been, so we'll spend the day with her remembering our mom and shopping for treasures from local artisans. It's supposed to only by 56*...hope they're serving hot cider! I'll take my camera and try to get some great photos of these wonderful wares and beautiful historic tree-lined cobblestone streets.
What will you do this weekend?