So, first of all, I would like to say that I am really enjoying trying to focus on the blog right now and post things as often as I can. I feel like I’m really getting into the swing of things and I hope I can keep it up. Also, please ignore the way the blog LOOKS right now. It’s going through some changes and I can’t quite figure everything out just yet, so please just ignore the funky margins and awkward layout for the moment! I say this as if there is anyone but my family and a few friends reading this, LOL!
Anyhoodle, on with the show! So in yesterday's post I mentioned that today I wanted to share my fall mantle, yayy! I love fall and everything about it, especially the decorations and coffee drinks. Pumpkins, owls, mums, and rich colors are all so beautiful! Speaking of mums, tomorrow I will have a post about a little project I did today dealing with my beautiful mums!
So here’s my little fall inspired mantle:
Here’s a close up of the gourd, which my momma grew in her garden last summer! I love the way the spots on it look, kind of like they’re tie-dyed.
I made the paper bunting myself with some old scrap book paper and everything else I already had on hand. The mirror is one of my favorite things I own. My parents bought it for me the weekend Nick and I moved into the house from the vintage store by my house. It came from a barber shop in southern Indiana and it has so much awesome character, I just love it! Also, I think the sconces add a little bit of charm to my setup here.
Not sure why, but I never took a picture of the mantle from the front, so there it is again from the side! haha! So tomorrow I’ll be sharing my little mum project I worked on today, which I LOVE by the way. Oh! I almost forgot! I’m getting some things ready for my etsy shop, so when it’s ready I’ll share the link on here. I’m excited.
*Side note: decorating the mantle for fall makes me think of all the UH-MAY-ZING things I can do with it for Christmas!!!! Now imagine me jumping around my living room, giddy about the prospects for Christmas decorating. Anyway….
Thanks for stoppin’ by!