It is so beautifil here and we have learned a lot about the Mayan people.
Going cruising this week
Please link up and share with us what has been the centerpiece of your week and hop around and visit everyone!
Just something fun I put together :)
Halloween is just around the corner!
A couple of years ago I did this Witchy Woman tablescape and so I wanted to share it with you again.
First I took a witch hat and stuffed it with dish towels to make it stand up and added some faux berries and spider webs for color drama.
I used a golden colored tablecloth so the black would really pop.
This is one of my favorite ideas...take a white pitcher and wrap colored ribbons around it and hot glue in place. Remember when I did it here? Perfect idea for any holiday!
Use things from around the house to add dimension to your table. Take any glass jar and fill it with unique things...like baseballs, rubber and balls, even lightbulbs...random things massed together look fabulous!
I wish I still has this cute little triangular piece...it broke when we moved :(
Happy Halloween a little bit early :)
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Please link up to Centerpiece Wednesday and share whatever has been the centerpiece of your week. Make sure to visit on another and say Hi.
I am highlighting a few of my favorites that linked up last week for Centerpiece Wednesday.
I love this creamy white tablescape for Fall from To the Moon and back.. It is just so pretty and unique!
And how about this phenomanal dining room over at First Home Love Life with the large chalkboard on the wall. So creative fun and new! Go take a peek at more of her photos and check out what she used for the centerpiece...hint: trash cans!
And I am dying over these gorgeous cupcakes from Petites Passions These are Apple Cider cupcakes with Salted caramel butter cream frosting...ohhh they just sound amazing!
These placemats from Plenty Place have got to be the most original thing I have seen!! These are digital enlargements she made from a real clock! Amazing..go over to her blog and check out her tutorial on how to make them.
Thank you to everyone who participated in Centerpiece Wednesday this week. You are all so talented and creative and I wish I could highlight every single one of you each week! If you haven't had a chance to stop by each of those who have linked up hop on over now and enjoy all the eye candy.
Enjoy your Sunday everyone!
The Centerpiece of my week has been this....
I have been working on my front porch...getting it all ready for fall! My daughter Madeline helped me so much. It is so fun having her live so close by.
We have fun!
I love all the colors of fall...they make me feel giddy inside! I think it is because fall represents the beginning of the holidays to me. I love Halloween and everything that goes with it..as a kid I couldn't wait for the show "It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown" to air on TV...our little TV..the kind that you would have to get up out of your chair to manually change the channel! Watching that show would get me so excited for Halloween and I always wanted to have a really fun Halloween party with all my friends!
Living in New Jersey as a kid was magical...I remember going to many pumpkin festivals and eating candied apples! Drinking hot apple cider and eating cinnamon donuts, shopping for a cheapy costume with a plastic mask, asking for donations to be made to UNICEF while trick or treating, carving messy pumpkins, and watching The Great Pumpkin the night of Halloween not missing a single minute! The main thing I remember about this time of year as a kid was the colors of the leaves ....they were breathtaking even for a young child such as I.
I think I am passing my love of Fall, Halloween and the holidays onto my precious granddaughter as she loves to squeeze the pumpkins and smell the flowers and wants to help in the whole process of creating a visual feast! But SHE is the visual feast for me :)
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Please link up to Centerpiece Wednesday and share with me what has been the Centerpiece of your week and please leave me a comment about your feelings of this time of year!