Thursday, October 6, 2011

A farmhouse fall tablescape

I started thinking, as I gathered my fallish items for my centerpiece, about what I could use to corral all of the pinecones and contain everything. I have stacks of antique picture frames and this large faded gold one is my favorite. I think it works nicely...and best of all it was free. In fact everything was on hand except the walmart punkin'! Pardon the aweful picture quality...in the recent move I misplaced my camera cord to my nice sony camera so these are from the cell. : ?











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19 comments:

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Oh I love using picture frames like this and you fall display looks great. Hop over I'm having a giveaway.

blessings,
Linda

Jennifer said...

Just wanted to stop by to say hi and thank you so much for your sweet comment on my fall porch! I'm glad I did because I love this table scape! I think what makes it is the greenery! Great job!
Jen

Jena said...

Linsey--I saw your comment on CentsationalGirl. I have this beautiful, simple runner from IKEA that you might like. It's the Marit table runner in natural for $4.99.

Your centerpiece here is beautiful!! I love the frame idea!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

This is gorgeous, and a wonderful idea to hold such great Fall pieces! thanks so much for linking up to VIF,xo

Diane said...

Clever! Love the use of the deep frame as a container!
Diane

The Tablescaper said...

Using the picture frame to gather and hold your display was brilliant. It would be great to have you join me for Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Hello! I’m Patricia Ann said...

Your centerpiece is lovely! I love your blog. I am your newest follower and would like to invite you to stop by mine for a vist!

Designs By Pinky said...

Beautiful centerpiece! Love the idea of using the picture frame! Came over fropm Met Monday. XO, Pinky

Allison Shops said...

The picture frame was a good idea. Very pretty.

Dropping by from BNOTP.

Allison
Atticmag
Hidden Laundry

Remedy said...

I'm looking forward to stopping into your shop. Ive been to OTS but not into your space yet. I like to get out and see what other people are crafting & to see cleaver displays.
I also wanted to invite you to my shop, Granny's Korner @ 201 Market St. in Tomball.
We're having a WITCHES NIGHT OUT shop Party Oct. 13th 5-9 Youre invited & bring a friend!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

I love it especially with the book added.

outjunking said...

Now that's what I call bringing art to life. How smart. Your new follower #45.
Lisa

At The Picket Fence said...

What an absolutely lovely Fall tablescape you created! Thank you so much for sharing it with us last weekend at Inspiration Friday! :-)
Vanessa
P.S. LOVE that you have Pink Martini in your playlist. They are one of my favorites!

The Tablescaper said...

I'm glad you chose to be a part of Seasonal Sundays this past week and hope you'll join me again this week.

- The Tablescaper

very merry vintage style said...

What a great idea! Thanks so much for linking up--hope you'll be back this week!
Mary

awal.ny said...

I love the idea of using a frame, very creative.

PMG said...

What a beautiful still life!

Donna Wilkes said...

Your fall vignette is perfectly "framed" with the vintage frame.

Christine Graves said...

Very creative...Love that you used a gorgeous frame instead of a standard form or basket!

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