Hey everyone. Fall is approaching and as much as I love Summer, I embrace all the seasons that we are blessed with. I'm adding a few Fall touches here and there to the house. I've always loved this two tiered wire basket and I look forward to filling it with new and old items every season. This year I filled it with gourds from my vine garden, an ironstone pitcher full of dried pods and a deer shed, thrift store soup mugs and vintage scenery postcards. Candles are always a pretty way to decorate and also make your house smell so warm and cozy.new Fall Garland. I made some from vintage sheets for Josey's graduation and just loved them. I thought some Fall themed ones were in order.
just a few listed for now so grab one just in time for the Fall festivities. Enjoy!
Also, if you've ever wanted to try Instagram, it's a wonderful social community. I post a lot about my home, projects and artwork over there. My name is MishWooderson if you'd like to find me.
Also if you're looking for a great online art community, Jeanne Oliver's website is a fantastic resource. She is so down to earth and has art classes and all kinds of other fun classes to inspire. Right now I'm loving the Art of Home class that is all about creating an inviting environment in your home. The Woodland Girl class is also a favorite, perfect if you want to enjoy some nature this Fall.
I've been canning up a storm this Summer as my garden had some bumper crops of peppers and tomatoes. This recipe for Roasted Red Pepper Ravioli is divine and so easy to make. Red peppers are so pricey during the Winter months here. I decided to broil and skin all of them and freeze in individual baggies just so I could make this meal. It's a favorite of mine. Here's the direct blog link.