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a conglomeration of junk fall things

Posted by garden2garden z8 FL (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 20, 13 at 15:55

just happened to come through here with the camera in my hand. this is the table in the room where my woodstove, kitchen stove, back porch are, I spend a lot of time here, and as a result a lot of stuff winds up here . this is a statue I bought at a thrift store. put her out in the garden, within one day, her head fell off, (lol, lesson learned, if it seems too cheap, there is probably a reason) but I love her none the less. some painted pine cones left over from previous years. grape vine wreath, dried corn, dried sunflowers, dogwood berries from my garden.


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RE: a conglomeration of junk fall things

Haha! Well, you're all ready for Halloween...you have your own Legend of Sleepy Hollow going on there! Love the little pumpkin carriage!


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RE: a conglomeration of junk fall things

lol the legend of the headless reading angel.

the pumpkin carriage a flea mkt find from years ago, 10 cents, off season! (it has a place for a candle in the middle) I bring it out every fall.

Looking at the pic again, I guess I should have took time to arrange things, so y'all could see them better. One of those spur of the moment things. :) Welcome to my world.


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RE: a conglomeration of junk fall things

Nice cat, bet he's glad you didn't spray him black!! I like the carriage & the antique lamps!! Looks like sunflowers with all their seeds on them on the dish. TFS Jan


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RE: a conglomeration of junk fall things

Ya got some wonderful "junk" !!!


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RE: a conglomeration of junk fall things

Great arrangement!


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RE: a conglomeration of junk fall things

Great stuff!


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