Thursday, August 16, 2012

It's Getting To Be That Time!!

"What time is that?", you say.
The kids are heading back to school.
Do you see the softening of the light?
All the stores are filling up with their harvest bounty.
I'm whispering so as to not upset those who are still

drenching themselves in the sun, and enjoying full on summer!

AND it's time to make some pumpkins,that's what time! I am already having a blast doing just that!!

Here are some of the little charmers I have been working on...

I just had to play! 
These are all made from vintage fabrics that I absolutely adore!


This sweetie is created with hand loomed European linen that is probably my all time favorite fabric in the whole entire world!!

"Rosie" is made with some fabulous vintage floral fabric all the way from  Aquitane France.

And this one with the silver heart charm is made with a finer weave vintage French linen.
I love the three stick stem on this one!

These are so, so, much fun to create!  As you can see, anything goes!!

I'm also going to be sharing  a super simple tutorial on how to make this fun and decorative string and twine holder!  I should have the tutorial up tonight! More functional decor for my studio!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
You all really make my day, you know?

Hope your day is filled with all kinds of WONDERFULNESS!!


Partying with these gals:


Debra @ Common Ground said...

eeecccckkk! I LOVE your pumpkins, and they're even "blingy", AND Rosie is so so adorable!!

Elena said...

I just love yoru pumpkins. I love it that fall is just around the corner. I love the change in the angle of the sun! Bless you Becky! P.S. We are very close to opening our ceramic business with my husband beautiful lamps and funeral urns.

paisleysummer said...

Love the twine holder!
Penny x

Dorthe said...

Dear Becky,
I`m a pumpkin lover :-) and yours are totally sweet, made from those wonderful fabrics, and with the little blings added.
Also your string holder, is a fabolous idea, and so lovely made.
I will be back for your tutorial.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Your pumpkins look great, Becky! I'm eagerly awaiting getting my Fall things out {including the pumpkins I've purchased from you!}. It's just too soon yet for me, but, believe me, I am counting the days until cooler weather arrives!

Kathy said...

How clever is that? I just love your pumpkins and esp. the accents. I will check back on your twine holder tutorial. Thanks for sharing, Kathy

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Hi Miss Becky,
Love all your cute lil punkins.......
My fav is the one with the 3 stems too, so cute, course, they all are
Like you twine and string holder as well. very cute idea.

Hope you had a good day. Mine has
been good, got bad news about our car, it has been in the shop for 2 days, and poor Danny called us this evening and said, that it was all fixed and running fine, and then they turned it off to put in some antifreeze and now it want start again. So pray for wisdom for him and that he want be stressed out over this, as he is backed up with work, and the mechanic that was
working on it will be gone till Monday. We are determined to not
stress over it either, and to praise the Lord as He knows what He is doing............but we wouldn't
mind a prayer or

Have a good evening hon,
Love ya, Nellie

The Polka Dot Closet said...

OMG, girlfriend I am dying to see that studio....OK, the kids are back to school it's your time to finish the studio....I know it is going to have one fabulous shelf in it!!


Katherine Wolak said...

Your pumpkins are gorgeous!!!! LOVE the rose one the most! So beautiful!


deb christensen said...

oh my heck, i love your pumpkins! the fabrics, the bling! fabulous!
what a beautiful blog you have! so much fun & goodness! i'll be visiting often!

Nook and Cranny said...

The pumpkins are just beautiful.
I so love how your incorporated the birch branches for the stems.
Thanks for sharing.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

I'm still holding on to summer but these are just so cute!

Amy Kinser said...

I think one of your pumpkins was my first purchase from you. Or was it my peat pot with lavender? I am not sure but I know that I adore my pumpkin you made. You do such beautiful work.

Pearl Maple said...

blinged up pumpkins are too cool! thanks for sharing the creative inspiration

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