The dining room is one of those places. The fall mantle (yeah, I'm still gonna call it that) has a lot of natural elements (and not only because I'm
The glasses came from the thrift shop ($0.25 each, woohoo). They are filled with acorns from our trees from last year. Did you know that acorns often have little crawlie guys inside of them? I didn't and last year we ended up with little maggot look-a-likes crawling all over the living room floor. Yuck. Anyway, this year we're safe.
The hurricane was another thrift store find and is filled with clearance pot-pourri from Michael's ($1.67 for a huge bag - score). The wheat things are leftover from the autumn wreath and the books and candle were just laying in the basement, waiting for a good use.
The box and round candle were from my brother's wedding. The galvanized vase/pail is a hundred years old and is filled with
This wood crate is another of those had-it-forever pieces that was in the basement. Again I cut garden
This is where I'm partying:
It's a Party (A Creative Princess), Super Sweet Thursday Par-tay (Fabulously Flawed), Hookin Up With Hepworths (House of Hepworths), Thrifty Thursday Link Party (Thrifty and Fabulous), Potpourri Party (2805), Freestyle Friday (Happy Hour Projects)