Monday, October 4, 2010

Halloween Inspired


This weekend we took a little trip to a pumpkin patch...A "real" one.

It was about 45 minutes from where we live.

There were soooo many pumpkins to pick from...

I was in total awe...What can I say, it was my very first time at a real pumpkin patch.

I came back home inspired and in a Halloween mood...

So I decorated a little corner of my cottage with a few little spirited knick-knacks.

I'll be working on my porch next...Come back and see what I come up with.


Until then.

Have a wonderful new week.

Blessings.




Hugs and Kisses,

14 comments:

Willow said...

I love pumpkins and yes they do put you in the Halloween and Fall spirit. Just like snow and a tree puts one in a Christmas spirit.

You have a nice week too.

Hugs,

Willow

Cindy said...

Hello dear Ana,
I love your new heading, the way the name is super imposed on the background, I feel like I am peeking through your window to see the sweet little vignette in your house. I really like that!
Your trip to the pumpkin patch sounds like it was fun, I love pumpkin farms!!! Your spooky little vignette is interesting to say the least!
Hugs, Cindy

Julie Marie said...

Hi Ana... what a fabulous pumpkin patch! They are so very much fun to go to... how did you ever decide which ones to pick to go home with you? I am going to ours again this week with my nieces... Halloween is my favorite holiday and I love everything about it... your little corner you decorated is just perfect for Halloween! A very cute vignette!... Can't wait to see your front porch!... xoxo Julie Marie

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Hi Ana~ Looks like such fun!! I love to go the pumpkin patch! Your vignette is gorgeous!! I love the frame with the chicken wire!!! I have almost that exact frame- I might have to try that! So cute! :)

maría cecilia said...

Què impresionante el tamaño de los zapallos!!! y què lindo decoras tu casa para esta ocasión. Yo no tengo esta cultura de halloween que tienen uds allá.
cariños,
maria cecilia

Gina said...

I haven't been to the pumpkin patch in a few years now, but hubby & I always loved taking the kids there. I'm glad you finally got to visit a real pumpkin patch!

Your little corner of Halloween decor is adorable! It's the perfect collection of spooky cuteness.

Leslie said...

I love your decorations. There were so many awesome pumpkins to pick.. I can't wait to go!!

Sarah said...

Fun photos, Ana. It always a treat to see what you are doing in your beautiful cottage.

June said...

Oh Ana, i have never been to a pumpkin patch either! I have never seen so many in one place! Your pictures are wonderful. I love your Fall vignettes.
hugs

sunshine said...

I love going to the Pumpkin patch (the real one). It's so much fun, especially for the kids.
Love your corner. It's super cute!!

((Hugs))
Laura

KATHY said...

I love all the pumpkins! Your vignette is so cute,and i love your wire lampshade....Kathy

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Hi Ana
Pumpkins, pumpkins, everywhere! Your little vignette looks so festive...
I will check back to see more.
Blessings,
Penny

Crocheteando said...

Hola Ana,
Que maravilla de lugar... me encantaría poder tener calabazas así. Aquí son difíciles de conseguir porque Halloween no se celebra (aunque donde vivimos, por haber muchos residentes ingleses, los niños si lo disfrutan, disfranzándose y yendo de casa en casa).
Me encantó como quedó el mueble que te regaló tu cuñado. Besos

Marydon said...

G'morn sweet Ana ~ Thank you so much for the get well card, that means a lot to me ... you are very special to me. I am doing better today.

Your vignette is just wonderful, Ana. So festive & welcoming.

Have you seen these new pink candy corns the gals are making? ... they last all year & are fabulous touch in ones decor.

I, too, love going to the pumpkin patch with the kid-lings every year ... I probably have more fun than they do. It is so exciting & festive, then the hayride to the actual patch to pick out our pumpkins, what fun.

Have a beautiful day ... my very precious friend.
Hugs, Marydon