I wanted a fun wreath on the front door of the condo, before family arrives for the holiday weekend.
This is a faux greenery wreath with two leaf stems, a grass stem, with sunflower and a scarecrow attached. Rather than use glue, I wove the pieces through the wreath. Within 5 minutes, the wreath was ready and on the door.
I purchased the materials for the wreath at Evergreen, Osage Beach Missouri, Wednesday.
Jason has outdone himself with his selection of Autumn silks and accessories, this year. If you plan to be in Osage Beach this holiday weekend or another time during the Fall season, you might want to stop by Evergreen Mfg.
Artie stopped by the Back Porch and asked me to share these vignettes, from my August 29th Metamorphosis Monday post, for Vignette Friday.
The fireplace screen is made of three separate iron panels, fitted together and secured with black zip ties. I found the panels at Welcome Home several years ago.
A breakfast room vignette.
This photo, of a hearth room mantel vignette, was featured in a 2007 post, at Back Porch Musings.
The hand carved swan was purchased at a shop on South Main Street, Historic Saint Charles Missouri.
The, print above the swan, is a John Pils illustration of South Main Street. To see more about the artist click HERE.
Foyer Secretary-January 2010.
Artie, of Color Outside the Lines, is the host of Vignette Fridays.