They are no longer in my garden, they have been rinsed off,
freshened up and ready for the indoors and Fall.
I feel as though the time they spent out of doors gave them a bit
more character and a little more of a chippy attitude, which is what I
was looking for. Don't you just love vintage with an attitude! You
might remember my post back in April Birdcage In My Garden.
Well here they are now-ready for Fall.
You know, I wasn't a instant fan of burlap, at least in my home. I
enjoyed seeing how other people used it in their homes, but I was
a late bloomer in that department. Of course now I use it as
accent pieces throughout my home. I found these darling burlap
flowers and pumpkins at HL-40 % off -such a sweet little deal.
I really could not make them for this price.
I started wondering why it was that I was hesitant to add burlap,
and then it occurred to me that it was because I grew up on a farm
and burlap was synonymous with grain and potato sacks! Well,
once I overcame that hangup, I was all over the burlap craze!
Pumpkins, burlap, chrysanthemums and of course apples. Fall
and apples just go together-so when I spied these red wooden apples
I knew my vignette was well on its way.
I play around with my vignettes. They move from location to
location until the perfect spot is found. Sometimes it is the light that
is the deciding factor, other times it is the space.
what they say "location, location, location." This little end table has
it all and really shows off the best of my birdcages.
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Savvy Southern Style
Elizabeth & Co.
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