Welcome to Our Fall Porch Tour!
Leo and I are so happy to be participating in the fall porch tour put together by the lovely and talented Barb of the blog The Everyday Home.
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Well, I like them so much that I painted two of them this year! The directions on how I did it can be found in the post How To Paint Scarecrows on Burlap.
On the porch is this really cool stand that I found earlier this fall. It was outside for a while, but I brought it inside when we had some rain.
Some of you have already seen our Tin Man that we have hanging on our porch. How can you have scarecrows without having a Tin Man? I saw him in Magnolia’s restaurant in our little town, and he had to come home with me.
And while I was in the pillow making mood, I put this pillow together with a free printable that I created recently. It was a no-sew project because I glued the canvas onto an old pillow and tied the corners with twine.
Her boyfriend is hanging out here in the ivy! Did I mention that I have a thing about scarecrows?
Yep! The topsy turvy planter has been recently updated with some fall plants. It was really pretty all summer, but it was time to freshen it up for fall.
In case you’d like to make your own, the directions can be found in the post Topsy Turvy Galvanized Buckets.
The pot holder stand was freshened up too with some plants that will live all winter. If you’ve been looking for those little plastic pot holders, we sell them in our SHOP.
Isn’t it amazing the impact that fresh plants have? The little bookcase, as well as the chair planter, look totally refreshed. Even the little birdhouse got dressed for fall.
This little planter has been planted with snapdragons and pansies. They don’t look like much right now but they will put on quite a show in the spring. Are you wondering about all the white pumpkins in the photos? We grew them in our garden this year! And if you had more time, I’d take you out into the garden where our fall vegetables are growing. But it’s time to say good-bye now so that you can visit some other blogs on today’s tour. And if you missed any of the porches on yesterday’s tour, just click the links below.
The following is the Schedule of the Fall Porch Tours:
Monday, Oct 14th
1 ) Worthing Court
3) The Everyday Home
4) Our Southern Home
5) The Creek Line House
Tuesday, Oct 15th
2) Atta Girl Says
3) Glitter Glue and Paint
Wednesday, Oct 16th
1) Setting for Four
Thursday, Oct 17th
3) Just Us Four
4) Circa 1929
3) Plum Doodles
4) Just Paint It
5) Stone Gable
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