I started a little fall and Halloween decorating around my home this week. Last year I made this quilted table runner with some fun Halloween prints following a pattern from Lella Boutique. The polka dots are my favorite!
I bought these adorable bell crocheted flower a few years ago. When I purchased them the lady told me it took a unique person to buy them. Well, I guess I am unique! I think they are so cute, and I am going to try to make some in other colors.
I just started collected some vintage Halloween goodies, and this sweet trick or treat bag is just too cute. I adore that little boys face peeking behind the fence.
I love vintage honeycomb, and when I saw this orange and black one at the flea market last month, I had to have it. I am going to make a Halloween garland to go with it, and will show you it hanging in my home when I finish.
A wooden "Happy Halloween" heart for my front door. Isn't the ghost cute!
A sweet scarecrow waiting for that cooler weather that fall brings. It was in the 90's yesterday, and I am so ready for that crisp fall air!
A vintage style spooky cat found its perfect place in the typewriter.
This wooden kitty has always been my favorite!
A sweet pumpkin resting on vintage books, and...
a fabric pumpkin looking cute on a fall vintage hankie. So, I hope you enjoyed some of my fall and Halloween decorating. Just simple, but sweet touches.
In the evenings I have been working on a crocheted patchwork blanket that I started months ago, and finally have had some time to work on it. The pattern is from the talented Dottie Angel, and when I saw the tutorial on her blog, I fell in love with it, and knew I had to make one.
I have one more row to go, and then I will adorn it with pretty vintage doilies and put a sweet scalloped edging!
Hope you have a wonderful and creative day!