Saturday, October 3, 2015

Fall on the Little Shelf

We have this cute shelf in the living room. 
I got it when I was going to go into business. 
That didn't work out so well. 
The shelf was leftover when it didn't sell.

It's a cute space to decorate for the different seasons and holidays. 
Writing fall on my little chalkboard was one of the first things I did at the start of this new wonderful season. 

The acorns came from eBay. I saw some on the Cabin & Cottage blog and had to hunt some down. 
The galvanized leaf came from An Evening With Joanna Gaines last fall.

The kolanchoe plant has provided weeks and weeks of color. 

Tea Leaf was my great, grand mother's everyday china pattern. These pieces didn't belong to her but I love them. I made the wooden box out of scraps from the garage. 
The Post Office box came from Joanna Gaines' shop. My sister in law got it for me for my birthday. It is so cute! 

Just a little fall vignette. 
Thanks for stopping by. 

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Fall Birthday Tablescape

We had company on Sunday for a birthday lunch. 

I wanted to share the tablescape with you. 

We have black chargers so that was the base for the design. 

 The grocery store had these beautiful yellow sunflowers. 
Black and yellow is a popular color scheme.


The plates are Adam's China. 
The napkins are actually dishrags from Dollar Tree.
We are getting a Dollar Tree a couple of doors down from work. Yahoo.  

My sister in law brought me the roses. They are just gorgeous and went perfectly with the table.

We have had the corn teapot for a few years. 
We got it from Bill's Granny Vi. 
We were missing her presence on Sunday.


I took the chalkboard off of the wall last week when I made the temporary backsplash a little more permanent. I just set it on the table. 
It is so cute as part of the centerpiece.

That is it for this Wednesday. 
What are you up to?
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From My Front Porch to Yours  
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