Hope you all had a great Labor Day Weekend . . .
~ ~ it was a busy weekend for us with a tournament, company, and my hubby’s birthday!…
Thanks to the team for their generous birthday gift and wishes . . .
~ ~ and thanks to our friends D & S for throwing my hubby a great birthday party/dinner! !
With all the beautiful cards he received, I think the one he treasures most . . .
~ ~ is the handmade one from our granddaughter. . . She loves making cards for everyone.
So . . . now that Labor Day has passed . . . it’s time for some Fall decorating . . .
Or . . . “how to decorate for Fall when the temps may get to 100 degrees here!”
Easy!!…take out your Fall decor bins at 5:30am . .
~ ~ as it was a busy weekend and no time to decorate and post.
Seriously . . . I was up at 3:45am . . . and hitting the ground running . .
~ ~ to start my day.
And there I was trying to remember all that I had from last year . . .
~ ~ to incorporate into the Fall decor this year . . . going with what I have on hand . . .
~ ~ ~ other than fresh flowers and plants.
You will see the same decorations . . . in different locations . . . (hey that rhymed!!!). . .
This is the very first Fall vignette for my Antique French Buffet . . .
~ ~ as it arrived after Christmas last year.
Last year’s Fall Foyer Vignette was quite different.
The demijohns go so well with Fall decor . . .
I was thinking as I decorated the top of the grain sack, how great the grain sack would be at Christmas . . .
~ ~ then the inner voice kicked in telling me to enjoy the moment!!!
So by looking at this vignette, it makes me feel like it really isn’t close to 100 degrees outside . . .
I thought I would start with the foyer of my home . . . to welcome family and friends . . .
~ ~ with a taste of Fall.
Have a fabulous day!!!
I am joining:
At the Picket Fence for Autumn Abounds Party
French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
From My Front Porch To Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursday
Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesdays
StoneGable for The Scoop