Saturday, September 10, 2011

Simple Fall Centerpiece

Hey everyone! Nothing fancy, but that's me:@) Just wanted to share the fall runner I made last year with my new pumpkin centerpiece. I found this Fenton Silvercrest basket at a yard sale two houses down a while ago for $1-Woo Hoo!

Love the scene and colors!

F - Farms offering apples and pumpkins.
A - Animals finally feeling cool and frisky.
L - Leaves in their most beautiful colors.
L - Late mornings cozy under the blanket.
Have a happy day:@)

31 comments:

  1. So colorful..perfect..Love the fall words:)

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  2. Very nice. I laugh everytime I see your blog title. Love it.
    Chris

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  3. aaGH!!!!! if you and I were at that garage sale together, I would have done everything I possibly could along with grabbing an arm and leg to get at that Fenton glass - WHAT A STEAL!!!

    Although you did make a gorgeous centerpiece there, sister :)

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  4. You are ready for Fall! Love it and what a great bargain you found with your basket!

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  5. Love your fall table decor and a Fenton for a dollar..you really scored on that one! Check out what they are asking for this one, loks just like yours! http://www.etsy.com/listing/77823051/calling-all-brides-glorious-and-large?ref=sr_gallery_2&ga_search_submit=&ga_ref=auto&ga_search_query=fenton+silver+crest&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=US&ga_search_type=all&ga_facet=

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  6. Your table runner screams fall! Very pretty. I also love your acrostic poem at the end of your post.

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  7. The runner is beautiful! I need to make some pumpkins this Fall! They are TOO cute! ♥

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  8. I can't believe it is time to get the fall stuff out!! That runner is so beautiful! What lovely colors and patterns. I so love it!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  9. Hi Lynn and I remember this darling runner and your centerpiece is gorgeous!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  10. What a great find. Don't ya just love fall colors. So warm and inviting :)

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  11. I remember that runner, I love it!

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  12. What a beautiful runner. I like the Fenton basket.

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  13. GORGEOUS fabric with the farm scene!!

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  14. I love the runner you made! Such gorgeous colors. That fenton basket is extra gorgeous also. Just right for the start of fall!!

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  15. I love the colors of fall and your runner has lots of those colors. The scene looks like a mural, very pretty. I have several Fenton baskets and they were much more than one dollar. I never seem to find great deals like some of you gals do. Don't you love a deal like that? Shannon

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  16. I love just about anything with cows. Your runner is lovely...at first, before I read the post and because the photo caught my eye, I thought it was a painting and then I noticed the center piece (which is cute too!). Love this!
    Love Fall!
    Nancy

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  17. Love it - looks like we are both ready for fall! sandie

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  18. Both runner and basket are ery pretty. Such pretty colors on the runner...Christine

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  19. Hi Lynn~ Great centerpiece! I'm raising my cup of coffee in celebration of late mornings cozy under a blanket :-)

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  20. ....today I just want to tell you...God bless you , USA and all the world... hugs, Flavia

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  21. For some reason ~ I am having trouble leaving a comment on your blog today but here goes ~ lovely fall colors!

    Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  22. Hi Lynn! What a beautiful cheery runner! really gets you in the mood. I changed my post to read indian frybread. I googled "NM indian frybread" and found a recipe listed with the first entry. I know you would love it!

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  23. I made your pumpkins today - just love this idea - stop by tomorrow (I pinned this idea and mention you in the post) Thanks for the great idea! - I am off to make some more to use as "bows" on baked good gifts!!

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  24. The runner is just perfect for the season, and I think I have the twin to that dish!

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  25. $1 for a fenton glass bowl? WOW! You scored a big bargain there, Lynn! I love th pastoral scene of your table runner. My grandmother lived in a rural area of Pennyslvania (near Wilkes Barre) and I've always loved country scenes like this as it reminds me of visiting her as a child.

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