Yes, I know it's quite late but as mentioned in the previous post, I haven't been able to blog for a few days. I figured I could at least post for those that read and also for my own memories!
Kelly's Korner is featuring Fall Decorations this week. I adore fall and all that it brings. Unfortunately, I have very few fall decorations. And the ones that I do have I mostly got from someone else! Anywho, I'd like to add to my collection eventually but this is all I've got for now...
These are the 2 pumpkins that we brought home from the Pumpkin Patch this weekend (which I will blog about next). Hopefully I will get to make pie or something from them!
This is my birthday gift from my Mother-in-Law. It had a beautiful scented candle inside. We lit it so much that it didn't last very long. It is now filled with pumpkin potpourri.
This was given to me by my Secret Sister this year. I love how quaint it is!
So there ya have it. My sad collection of fall decorations. Now, you should see my Mom's house. It's gorgeous and cozy...all that fall decorations should be. Or, as my brother would say, it's festive! Since I didn't have much to show I decided to show my Mom's house as well. Enjoy!
This is hanging on the door outside. They have more outdoor fall decorations but this is the only one she took a picture of.
This is what you first see when you walk into the house.
Aren't they cute?
These two are on the dining room table. I love the plate!
I love this plate, too! And the stacked pumpkins. So cute!
Now we have the fireplace. I love how "full" it is with decorations.
This is on the top left side of the fireplace. I made this candle years ago in high school. Well, I didn't make the candle itself I just put the decoration on it.
This is the top right side. You can see the bookshelves better here. My Dad custom built these and surprised my Mom with them a few years ago. I think they're beautiful!
I love how things are spilling out from the pot.
Another cute little couple!
A close up of the colors. Oh, how I love the colors of fall!
The centerpiece on the coffee table in the living room.
As you can see, my parent's house is a little more decorated than mine but one day I hope to have a house full of fall decorations!
Happy Fall, Ya'll!