It took no time at all, and now my mantel is ready for Fall...
Here is one side with two of the faux pumpkins. I painted one with sage craft paint and one with old white chalk paint. I cut a branch from a tree in our yard and put it in the urn.
Here's the other side with the real deal pumpkin and another faux white one. I put a branch and some ornamental grass in this urn.
There it is all together. Nothing fancy, but it works for me!
Warning: If you scare easily, you may want to turn back now, because our house is officially haunted....
I'm not sure which is scarier... this trio of ghosts or the dead yew in the background.
This is really freaky, because we don't even have a cat!
Perhaps he showed up to catch the spider!
This isn't scary. I just wanted to show you my baby cabbage. (I also wanted you to see that the boxwoods I planted in the spring are still going strong! Yay!)
Glad we got our spook on before Halloween arrived. Just need to make 4 jack-o-lanterns and we'll be ready to trick or treat.
Have I mentioned that my neighbor's house is already decorated for Christmas? Every year as I struggle to stake the ghosts into the ground, a team of decorators is decking the halls across the street. It's quite the production! We tried to outdo them by leaving lights in our trees since last Christmas. Yeah. We're those people.
The winner of the $30 gift card to whimsy studios is Tidden Tales!! Congratulations! Hope you enjoy your fresh picked whimsy!!
Linking up to:
Open House Thursdays
Wow Us Wednesdays
2805: Potpourri Party
Common Ground's Fabulous Fall Fun