Thursday, October 24, 2013

An Autumnal Procession. . .

Have you experienced. . .  
any of the following prerequisites for An Autumnal Procession,

a chill in the air? ? ?

gray skies overhead? ? ?
                                        
falling leaves bunching at your doorstep? ? ?

On Crooked Creektt's Autumnal Procession
began with this adorable little squirrel and his acorn.



He is in the direct path taken numerous times daily
as I go from the Galley Style Kitchen to other rooms within our home!



Depending on the quality of light during the day,
he can almost disappear against the sage green olive pottery
filled with faux green hydrangea.




I noticed he made "Mr. Ed" smile 
as he was posting the mail in our vintage counter check holder, too!




The Entry Hall On Crooked Creek
has been transformed into An Autumnal Procession 
welcoming our family and friends!




A Traditional sign of hospitality,
the pineapple, is an exquisitely painted watercolor on velvet
and simply signed by the artist, CAROL




A subtle daily reminder to always,
and in all things, "Give Thanks" in this print that hangs above the console.




Mulled Cider fragrance candles 
bring another dimension of warm, 
inviting Seasonal hues and scents in our Autumnal Procession.




An Autumnal Procession
welcoming the changing Season. . . On Crooked Creektt!


Until next time. . .



On Crooked Creektt will be joining



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to incorporate into your own home decor!

6 comments:

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Hi Pat, love the darling squirrel, I sell those in the shop, great
"cute" sellers! Currently trying to flip the shop from Fall to Christmas! Dashing thru the snow and glitter...Hope all is well your way. Thanks so much for all the shares and mentions of the shop. fondly ~lynne~

Patty from Lemon Lane said...

What a gorgeous side table you've created. I love that ruffled runner!

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

What a beautiful welcome Pat!
Mulled cider candle...I must get one!

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Dear Pat, so glad to see you are feeling better and posting again!!
Love how you used your hydrangea's with your cute little squirrel!

bj said...

Everything looks wonderful.
Cute little squirrel...:)

If you decide you would like your link on comments to take us back to your blog instead your Google+, email me and I'll tell you how I did it. :))

bj said...

well, i'll tell you IF i can remember how to get back to that setting. :))