Friday, October 8, 2010

"Fall" is in the Air !

Fall is in the air here in the Ozarks. Days are getting cooler and nights have a nip in them.Time for pumpkins and crows.Speaking of that, look at the great gifts I got from Amy over at http://athomewithamy.blogspot.com. We took place in a Fall Swap and it was so much fun.
These wooden sighs are so cute.I am looking for just the right spot for them.
A hand painted towel with a crow on it will hang in my kitchen.
Love, love,love this wreath.I have just the door to hang it on.
Not sure yet where I will put this cute needle work but it will get a great home.
Sweet little pumpkin for the mantle.yes,yes,yes
Now which basket will I put these sweeties in.

Thank you so much Amy, I love everything.Now it back to work on my War Eagle Craft Show stuff.


Live Deeply,
Vicki

7 comments:

Bookie said...

Hi, Vickie...I hope this finds you as I can not find an email address. I am at this spot because I was trying to learn more about the tea room you posted you work at. Is it still up and running now in October? I noticed it has a Mundell road address...my husband's family name. We love tea rooms but they often don't stay open long. Am hoping this one can be going strong until we get there for a visit!

Evonne and Gerrit said...

What cute stuff.

Hope to see you at War Eagle. Net and I are thinking of driving over one day if we can get it worked in. Semi-retirement has meant I am busier than ever. What's up with that?

Dana and Daisy said...

I have the perfect basket to put those treats in! lol!

are you getting ready for War Eagle? Miss you!

At Home With Amy said...

This was a fun swap Vicki. I'm glad you liked your goodies.
Blessings,
AMY

WoolenSails said...

Wonderful goodies, swaps are so much fun.

Debbie

Dana and Daisy said...

where have you been my sweet friend? Missing you!

Thistle House Primitives said...

Hope all is well and you are just busy. Know things were going kind of crazy for your family when we spoke at War Eagle. Take care! I miss reading your posts.
I gifted the needlefelted acorn and leaf pin to a dear friend of mine and she loved it!
Terri