Does that title sound like I've lost my marbles?
Like a crazy cat lady that spends all her time bird watching with her felines?
don't answer that...
Hope you all are having a great Labor Day Weekend. We stuck close to home except for a fun trip on Saturday to a new winery in the area. I'll show you a few pics and share a link with you soon. They also have a sheep farm, so that was the real draw for me. We've had a heat wave this last week, and it's supposed to break in the next few days. We had such a wonderful taste of cooler weather earlier. Hopefully, that will bring us back to the 70's. gosh, I'm more than ready.
I've been slowly working on bringing in Fall, and I just had to have a few birdies perching here and there. I'm like the birds, I love Fall and get a new perspective once the temps lower and the leaves start changing. They've been foraging for seeds in my tired container plants. The dried marigold seeds seem to be a winner.
I have stacks of prints downstairs that I'm trying to sort through. I'm sort of a
hoarder collector of small prints and now at this house, I have way too many of them. But I do love to rotate things seasonally, so I found this vintage bird needlepoint and used it on the Entry console.
Some velvet pumpkins and vintage brown wicker baskets just big enough for a perch.
When I put together this vignette, I still had my English Cottage with Sunflowers print here, but decided the needlepoint needed to be here with the birds.
My older daughter found this 3 dimensional bird plate quite awhile back for me, and the colors were perfect to mix here on an end table for Autumn.
...right next to one of my wonderful hand-made pumpkins from Becky at Timewashed.
We have some projects to get to outside, but it's too hot.
They'll have to wait till it cools down a bit.
What have you all been up to this weekend?
Hope it's been a good one.
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