Summer is going by so quickly . . . many students have already returned to school . . .
~ ~ and Labor Day is just around the corner.
Lately, I have been in a “sunflower state of mind” . . .
~ ~ a flower that I feel can be used for summer and fall.
Sunflowers with apples in a vintage ironstone tureen . .
~ ~ and layered on a vintage grain sack used as a runner.
I previously had these sunflowers in a red transferware pitcher in the great room . . .
~ ~ but thought that how great they would look in this red olive jar.
Don’t you just love how the stems of some the sunflowers bend . . . like tulips do.
And who can resist seeing those wonderful apples in the ironstone tureen . . .
~ ~ and not cut one up for a snack!
Adding cheese sounds like the perfect addition to this snack . . .
I love the combination of flowers and fruit . . . always a classic!
This color combination and combining fruit and flowers has always been a favorite of mine . . .
~ ~ to make pretty vignettes and centerpieces.
I think I shall call this my “FALLSUM” centerpiece…the “in-between Summer and Fall” . . .
~ ~ still feeling the temps of summer, but anxious to decorate and transition to Fall.
Have a great “Fallsum” day!….
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