Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Fall Flowers!

Hi everyone! I'm joining a couple parties with a simple fall centerpiece. We've all seen it before, but it's still pretty! The flowers and pumpkin came to less than $5-can't beat that!
No need for oasis and arranging, the pot fit right inside of the cleaned out pumpkin.
I love that the mums were orange!
I hope you treat yourself to fresh flowers this week:@)
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  1. A classic one but a good one. Thank goodness for mums, they are perfect for this.

  2. Good Morning Sweetie...
    What a beautiful share. I love the simplicity of this arrangement, and I also love that you were able to use a fresh pumpkin and your flowers. It sure does make that tablecloth pop. I love it.

    Thank you for the beautiful idea with the upcoming holiday. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

  3. I love the gorgeous colors of fall and a pumpkin is the perfect vase. This is a classic!

  4. I haven't bought mums this year, yet....maybe today..
    Yours look so pretty.

  5. Lovely.. plain, simple & classic!! :-)

  6. Yes, it is tried and true, but it is also so warm, fun, and fallish. Joni

  7. This is a great idea...I have never seen it before {given that I am usually living under a rock}! I guess it's a little late to use the idea. Love the fall mums!


  8. Love it!! It's a happier than a pig in mud centerpiece.

    Lots of love,
    Susan and Bentley

  9. I often treat myself to fresh flowers. :-)
    The pumpkin container is a great idea, and the folowers are beautiful. Just be careful to keep a trivit or something solid under it between the pumpkin and the table. A friend left a pumpkin on her dining room table once. It rotted in a spot and that spot burned through the finish on the table. I threw out several small pumpkins this week because they had molded already.

  10. Hi Lynn! Love your pretty mums and what a lovely fallness of color. Hope ou're doing well.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  11. Simple but elegant and thanks for reminding us that we should indulge in fresh flowers.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

  12. So simple & so pretty. Love that!

  13. Gorgeous. Your flowers are stunning. Such a beautiful bouquet. Thanks so much for linking to TTT. Hugs, Marty

  14. Hi Lynn...

    Ohhh...soooo pretty! Well my friend, you just can't beat "classic"! Your rusty colored mums look gorgeous in the pretty pumpkin!!! I think this is a beautiful table centerpiece...thanks for sharing it with us!

    Warmest autumn wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

  15. I love mums and you displayed yours beautifully. Thanks for sharing.

    Enjoy your evening.

  16. It looks awesome, Lynn! Hope you are having a wonderful week. La

  17. I did that one year. So easy and fun.

  18. I love the flowers in the pumpkin. The mums are the perfect color for fall and the pumpkin just makes it all that much better. Char

  19. MUMS are so lovely...my porch is full of marigold blossoms...love the yellow, red and oranges!

  20. Very pretty! Love the color of the flowers....Christine

  21. We have never seen this, with your touch, before!! These are beautiful. Love that they were only $5 and that they were so easy to put together, I will have to try this one!

  22. Love your cenetrpiece, it is a classic, and thats because it is always good to see!! Great job making the pot fit, I never thought of that!!

  23. I always prefer fresh flowers... the colors on these are a beautiful shade. So pretty! Good use of a hollowed pumpkin too! Thank goodness for me that Joann's and Michael's carry the silk variety! Thank you for dropping in!! Have a great week!

  24. What a great way to use the leftover pumpkins from Halloween! Thanks for the great idea!! :)

    Thank you for joining in and linking up! :)


  25. That is so cute in the pumpkin...and I love mums...so pretty!

  26. Hi,
    the colors are perfect together. So simply and so beautiful.
    Greetings, Johanna


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