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October 19, 2015

HARVESTS FROM THE CRAFTY PUMPKIN PATCH

I didn't grow pumpkins in my garden this year, but that doesn't mean I was without harvest.  No, I grew mine in a crafty sort of way, and my bounty was quite the menagerie.

I grew a distressed leather pumpkin..........
leather pumpkin
©Linda Nelson 2015
an ultra-suede one...........
ultra-suede pumpkin
©Linda Nelson 2015
a chenille one, and some velvet ones, too.
chenille and velvet pumpkins
©Linda Nelson 2015
And, for my friend, I grew some furry, glitzy and glamorous ones.
glitzy glamorous pumpkins
©Linda Nelson 2015
Not too shabby a harvest, wouldn't you say?  They were very fun to grow.  I love all the pumpkins you crafty folks have been growing, too.  There are so many fabulous posts out there.  Very, very pretty!

The pickings are slim with regard to harvesting the remainder of my summer flowers, but I managed to throw together this little arrangement; I'll enjoy it for as long as I can.
 summer flower harvest
©Linda Nelson 2015
My garden tchotchkes have all been stored away, save for a few things here and there.  I always keep this little bistro set out; it looks so pretty surrounded by snow, especially when the birds come to feed.
bistro set
©Linda Nelson 2015

Happy harvesting!

6 comments:

  1. LOVE the leather one! Brilliant!

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  2. Linda, I love your velvet pumpkins. I might just add yours to my 55+ Halloween pumpkin ideas (no carve): http://www.finecraftguild.com/no-carve-pumpkin-decorating-ideas/

    Thank you for linking this up at SHARE IT 33. A new party will open again tonight/tomorrow and we hope to see you there again! ~ Rose

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    1. Thank you, Rose. They're just so much fun to make; the ideas are endless!

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