Sunday, October 20, 2013

Fall in the Courtyard


Not much different from previous years - A pot or two of mums....
a pumpkin...
and a few ornamental gourds to keep the faux pumpkin company.  Yes - a faux pumpkin - What can I say? 
I have really enjoyed seeing everyone's indoor and outdoor  Fall decor -  keep on sharing your photos.
Linking up with "Mosaic Monday"
                           "Make It Pretty Monday"
                           "Inspire Me Tuesday"
                           "Tweak It Tuesday"
                           "Outdoor Wednesday"
                           "Share Your Cup Thursday"
Have a great week!
Dab of This and That

24 comments:

Lavender Cottage said...

Your autumn vignette has been tastefully created. At least your faux pumpkin won't start to break down before the end of the month like I've seen real ones do.

Christine Wallace said...

Hi Glenda,
Love seeing your 'pumpkin patch' pics. And your little grandaughter is still so adorable!! Hope you have a beautiful rest of the Fall!

Christine

Dawna Motz said...

Autumn and pumpkins! Favorite things this time of year. Stopping in from Mosaic Monday.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How pretty. Faux pumpkins look so real and last better in the heat we have here! Enjoy your week!

podso said...

Nice; just a few touches are all that is needed to say "autumn." Yours are lovely!

Cheryl said...

Looking lovely! I have a clay pumpkin--- I must remember to haul that sucker from the back yard to the front! lol Most of the time I have it tucked behind a plant... because lets face it, who wants a pumpkin all year long? and a smiling one at that! lol
big hugs!
Cheryl

Joyce Olson said...

So pretty and such a nice mix of textures and colors-you are very wise to use a faux pumpkin-a squirrel or some other little critter gnawed my daughter's pumpkin to pieces! Visiting from Mosaic Monday!
Jemma

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Beautiful Autumn touches Glenda!
I'm totally in love with your sweet little cart that the gourds are sitting in!!!!!
I won't ask you where you got it cos I'm on the other side of the world, so I can't pop in to a shop near you!! LOL
Visiting from Mosaic Monday.
hugs
Shane

Poppy said...

Hi Glenda,

So nice to meet you!

You've created a cozy mood of woodland creatures and seasonal flowers and stars, like your pumpkins, to bring an autumn air to your pretty surroundings. Your little granddaughter, with that mane of flaming red, is a perfect and pretty model for these fall shoots!

Thanks for stopping by Poppy View and hope to see you again soon!

Poppy

Laurie Ritchey said...

It looks pretty, Glenda, and I love that cute wagon on the table. laurie

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

So pretty Glenda. Faux pumpkins have come a long way...I can't even tell the difference in your photos.

xinex said...

It's beautiful, Glenda it's hard to tell faux from real,pumpkins from pics ...Christine

EG CameraGirl said...

I was fooled by the faux pumpkin. It looks real to me. I like the simplicity of your decorations.

The Old Parsonage said...

I went faux for a few of ours too. It's hard to tell them from the real ones now - a - days:)

Happy Fall!

Jim said...

Great.

LV said...

At least you have the spirit to decorate for the season.I gave it up a few years ago. I enjoy seeing what others do tho.

Jann Olson said...

It's pretty Glenda. Faux or real, it works!
hugs,
Jann

Indrani said...

I like how you compose your shots with various elements in them.

Sylvia said...

Your faux pumpkin looks real.
Hi,from A Grandmas Blessings.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Love it all especially the pumpkin with the bunny. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs. Marty

Patty Antle said...

I'm enjoying all the blog posts too. They are so inspiring! Have a lovely day, Glenda!

Susan Clayton said...

Your Faux pumpkin fooled me! Lovely vignette. A nice twist with the sweet bunny!

Sue (Someones Mom) said...

Your "faux" pumpkin certainly looks real! We have a bit of frost on the pumpkin up here...what happened? Whatever it is, it seems to have happened everywhere. They even had snow last night an hour north of us...NOT READY!!

retriever said...

Very lovely, greeting from Belgium