I used a jar from ACMoore, some moss, a stump, apothecary jars, a small pumpkin from Hobby Lobby. The paper cut-out is from Altered Artifacts by Inka. Love all her altered vintage cut-outs. Visit her blog too.......HERE. She even has free tutorials and free downloads. Talk about AWESOME!!!! Thanks Inka!!!
Of course I always add my number "9"
The tag reads Fairy Friends
I made two of these.
Just a close up.
The inside of the fairy jar. The bat tree branch is from Prima.
Wanted to share my garden harvest of gourds......gotta love it! This is the HUGE wheelbarrow.
Some of the gourds were very big!!! Heavy too!
Dusty and I sat them all creating our fall scene.
Ahhhhhhhhh it's heavy!!!!!
He had so much fun!!! A great decorator!!! Go Dusty!!
He even laid out the pumpkins!!! Look how strong he is!! WTG Dusty!!
A side view of the gourds, mums, and the pumpkins in the fall scene.
|A front view of the fall scene. It's a nice size.|
This a pic of my second daughter Crystal who is expecting a baby in December, she is 34 weeks pregnant. I took this pic with my IPhone! I love it!
Same here IPhone......gotta love it!! It started raining when we went to the Merchant's Mill Pond to take pics. Love this one!
I hope everyone is having a Happy Saturday!! I have a class today with Catherine Anderson The Creative Photographer. Her book is for sale at Amazon HERE an excellent book!!! I met her at Art & Soul Retreats. She is such a wonderful caring personable person!! Excellent Photographer too! I can't wait!
Also we are preparing for this so called Hurricane Sandy, which is so huge! So like always we prepare ourselves here on the East Coast!
Take care, and enjoy your Saturday!
Wow! you did an amazing job on this! What a fun display for a spooky holiday! Your daughter is just beautiful and congratulations on the upcoming grandbabie too!
Oh Dawn - it's much better in a larger format like this - how marvelously clever! Hope you had a great time with Catherine... wish I could have joined you but look forward to see everyone's creations at our next meeting. Been enjoying a laid back day in Kitty Hawk scrapping with friends.
Hello Dawn! What a nice post. SO much to see~ LOVE the bales of hay and gourds. We live in a suburban area with small yards, but one time I managed to talk my hubby into going to the local feed store to buy a bale of hay for decoration. It made such a mess in the car and on the porch, so he said never again! lol. My goodness, your covered jar is awesomeblossom! I think I may make one of those with a Christmas theme. CONGRATS on the upsoming grandbaby...how exciting. Dusty is such a QTPie. My 'baby' will be 20 in another month but she still helps me decorate and even crafts a bit with me.
Wow! There are so many fabulous things going on in just this one blog post! LOVE the Fairy in a jar - so very cute! Your fall scene is phenominal - cannot believe you had that many gourds that were that large! Dusty is A.D.O.R.A.B.L.E! I had no idea you were about to become a grandma-Congratulations - she is a beutiful girl, indeed! Have a happy Halloween!
Just stopping by to say hi. Im a fellow customer of Sharon's at Plumroselane and I wanted to stop by and say your blog is gorgeous. She did an amazing job and your work is lovely. Congratulations on the baby to come and happy sales.
Kimberly @ www.Kimisjewelryandgifts.blogspot.com
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