Thursday, September 16, 2010

Going to a Party! Autumn Cloches

Marty at A Stroll thru Life is hosting a party on her blog and has invited us to post photographs of fall decorating using cloches.  I have chosen to use a glass pumpkin instead of a cloche this time, and my arrangement is called "My Favorite Little Pumpkins".  Look closely and you'll see them; they live far away from me, but I love to look at their photos -- these were taken last autumn so I thought they would be perfect for this vignette.  Please visit Marty's blog and look at the beautiful photographs of autumn decorating ideas there and at the participating blogs.  Have fun!


Debbie @ said...

Good evening! I love your cloche with the picture of your sweet little pumpkins! What a great idea. Perfect picture and sweet kids. Very nice!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your pumpkin display is really sweet!

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

all your little pumpkins are adorable and they will LAST for many years. so pretty..


marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Your precious little pumpkins are so cute and what a great picture. I love your pretty "cloche". This is all so pretty. Thanks so much for linking to the party. Hugs, Marty

Shelia said...

Morning, Annie! Oh, what a lovely little display!! I love your glass pumpkin filled with those little precious girls!
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

someplace in thyme said...

I don't know if there could be anything better than a pumpkin teapot!! How beautiful, Char

Molly said...

I WANTED to stop by and say thank you for your encouraging comment. Yes, I find it difficult to respond to comments, and secretly am disappointed when I don't receive more. Quite the paradox I am.

I LOVE your autumn display. Sadly, I was not gifted with the decorating gene. I do put up a few Christmas decorations, but the other seasons go by unnoticed in our household.

Betty said...

What a great idea I love your cuties.
Thanks for visiting My Cozy Corner


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