Fall - its one of my favorite times of year! Pretty colors and slightly cooler weather is always welcome. Add my love for pumpkins, mums, scarecrows, and county fairs and its makes for a happy season. It also means it was time for a yard and gazebo makeover! I moved around some of my junk and added a few bronze and burgundy mums and went with white pumpkins this year.
red rusty wagon has a load of pretty fall goodies. The creeping jenny, coleus and dianthus were already in the wagon, they just got moved around and some new companions.
Mr. Scarecrow has been helping with some modeling jobs! Here he is sporting a turquoise burlap boutonniere.
Here's a step back to see all the gazebo. For any of you new visitors, almost everything you see is rescued and repurposed, including the gazebo! We pulled it from a trash ditch several years ago. Of course, all my metal buckets, containers, the wagon, doors, bicycle and chair are second hand as well. Its true what they say: One mans trash is another mans treasure!
This little scarecrows greets us with a Howdy!
I've made a couple pumpkin wreaths and Mr Scarecrow helped display them as well .
The pumpkin wreath above has sold, although the one below will be available at our Yamboree booth in just a couple weeks.
I think autumn weddings have the prettiest wedding colors! I love the burnt orange, golden yellows, and shades of brown and the decorating ideas are so plentiful this time of year.
A customer recently ordered the fall bridesmaid bouquet and boutonnieres to match her bridal bouquet she had ordered previously.
So, what are your favorite things about fall? The only thing I don't like about fall, is that winter follows it. If we could only skip the cold winter and go right back to spring...
Everything looks so great. You're always coming up with great ideas.ReplyDelete
I had to laugh about your red/rusty wagon. It reminded me of Miranda Lambert's song where she says "You can't ride in MY little red wagon".
Have to agree about winter, wishing we could just keep fall around. We don't have it bad here of course, but I still don't like it. :)