Wow, it’s October already.
I’ve been seeing Fall and Halloween décor for months now, particularly in the craft stores.
And Hobby Lobby has had Christmas merchandise out since July… I think it was July….it’s been a while for sure.
I’m trying to get my act together and do some seasonal decorating.
I get my inspiration from the internet, particularly my blog friends and Pinterest.
What did we do before Pinterest?
I don’t know about ya’ll, but I ripped pages from magazines and stuck them in a folder to look at when seeking inspiration for a project.
I have some inspirational photos to share today.
It’s all about pumpkins……
The first group of photos feature white, metallic, or neutral tone pumpkin displays.
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The freshness of the neutral pallet draws my eye.
Town and Country Living
Isn’t this lovely with the added touch of turquoise as a background.
Doesn’t this grouping say Fall.
And then for the whimsical……Vanessa from At The Picket Fence created this cute “clock pumpkin”.
Marty’s table display was so original I chose two photos that showcased her display.
The texture of the velvet pumpkin caught my eye.
Christy did this lovely grouping of velvet pumpkins.
She is also doing a giveaway this week for a trio of velvet pumpkins from the Love Feast Shop.
Click on the photo of the pumpkins above to visit Our Southern Home and enter the drawing.
Sonya, has a great tutorial on How to Get An Aged Zinc Look for your pumpkins or other home accessories.
Therese painted these metallic beauties.
And she created this chevron cutie too!
Now for the more traditional fall colors.
I like textures and I like the little crystalized pumpkins…or whatever the heck you call that coating.
Can anyone help me?
This bowl of pumpkins is extra shiny because Paula waxed them.
Postcards From The Ridge
I like the way Angie arranged this grouping, and what’s up with that book.
The Married Woman, A Practical Guide to Happy Marriage
and this is my front porch last year…..nothing there this year…yet
my mantel, this year
Did my friends inspire you?
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