this floral arrangement and the wreath are made out of black streamers--i know, right? it shows in the back how to make them, and i feel like the flowers aren't explained very well, but i'm sure it could be figured out, but the wreath--the wreath is e-a-s-y to make! i'm thinking about it, very strongly. i really REALLY like my autumn, barbed wire wreath i put out in the falltime, but for the month of october, or even the last couple weeks of october i'd be happy replacing it with this bit of awesomeness. don't you just love the black fruits, also in this picture? for our wedding i wanted a so-dark-purple-it's-almost-
black bouquet, but it didn't happen. i'm happy to have them on my table during the month of october, though. i think one of those fruits on the plate are figs--have any of you just eaten a fig (nope--not a fig newton, but a legit fig)? they are GREAT. i had one in june, so i don't even know if they're ripe in the fall, but if you can find some eat them, because they are very tasty.
has every home in america had the snow cities on the mantle, or bookshelf, or on top of the piano during Christmastime? well, ours certainly did and i love this idea of making it halloween! if you have a lot of pumpkins, this is perfect! they have moss & things to look like a fence--how cool!
these people have a fireplace, but for those of us living in apartments without a fireplace, here is the answer! i would never have thought of this, and it is such a great idea! i think those flames might be a little tough to make look so smooth, though. maybe i'll need to start practicing now. what is the trick to making pumpkin carvings smooth?
i wish i had thought of this last year--we had lots of pumpkins and we definitely had a bookshelf that could have had a tree in it! you don't even have to carve this--it's just paint!