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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Fall at Two Happy

Fall here in South Carolina is a joy!  Leaves are just beginning to turn into brilliant colors, the nights are nippy and the days are warm and sunny!
This is a wreath I made last year from a garland of fall leaves, ribbon and berries.
This is on my front porch, a spray of fall flowers in my Mourning Dove planter.
And inside my front door are my favorite fall pictures of my grandson and granddaughter at ages almost 2 and 3 yrs old in the pumpkin patch at a church.  I leave the photos on a wide ribbon up all year long so I can see their wonderful faces.  They are now 14 and 15 1/2. 
 Seth is showing his wonderful enthusiasm as Rose is amazed by so many pumpkins!
I just love these pictures and never get tired of looking at them.

I find beauty in everything and the leaves are just beginning to change here in SC.  Only a few Bradford Pear leaves have fallen so I made roses from them.

This is my Pilgrim cookie jar with an Indian Mother and Papoose beside her.  I put the tablescape on a tray for easy removal at supper time.

 This is my hand embroidered table runner I made several years ago.  I just love the fall decorations so much!
 These are Lavender and white Mums in the same pot that came back from last year.
And these are fabric leaves with real "Live Oak Tree" twigs and Acorns set on them.

I hope you enjoyed your visit today.  Wishing you all warm and beautiful fall days to enjoy while you can before Winter's cold wind begins to blow. 

Come back soon, thank you for visiting and do leave a comment for me :)

My heart to yours...

1 comment:

Shelia said...

Hi Kerrie! Oh, I love your wonderful Fallen post! Your wreath is lovely. I really like the idea of using pictures of your little grands in the fall. So cute! Your embroidered runner is so pretty too.
Thanks for popping in to see me.
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)