The weather here has been very autumnal with a big drop in the evenings and that unmistakable nip in the air. During the day though, it has been mild and quite pleasant, always good for the kids to make it outside for more playtime after school.
I've been noticing the change in the leaves and among the hedges along the wee country roads around these parts and since taking up prim crafting I now really enjoy the hues of autumn. Over here we celebrate the harvest but folks don't decorate their homes for the season. So I think it must be the prim influence that has won me over to enjoying more about this beautiful time of the year.
One drawback is that nowhere can I find bittersweet garlands or vines so I just make do with what I have closer to home - suppose that's in true primitive spirit as I must use whatever is available and improvise! There is an abundance of rosehips and they are lovely shades of orange and red so I went on a ramble and clipped off some today. I finished up this sign and think the hips look well around it.
I also found some acorns and put them in this pitcher on my kitchen shelf~
It's always fun making up new prims and I got busy and made this hanging for the door~
I got this little x stitch done up - it's a freebie from The Stitcherhood.Here's a pumpkin doll I made from my own pattern and I'm loving how she turned out with her crow!
That just about wraps up things in this post as my kids are asking for help with homeworks!