Halloween Pumpkin Carving Fun

Hi Folks, Halloween is just days away. Something about Halloween is just so much FUN! Last night we carved our pumpkins. As you can see, we have a permanent marker side and a carved side. Along with our carved pumpkins, I dressed Chloe and Chet up in some basic Pumpkin shawls I made several years ago. They are so easy to make and can really keep you warm.

We happen to get two whole pumpkins out of our own back yard garden. One of the pumpkins ended up being gored by a raccoon….looks like pumpkin soup inside. Soon, another pumpkin was growing, first green, then yellow and then a gorgeous orange. I took a beautiful birds-eye view of the top of the pumpkin and love where the green stem meets the vibrant orange, so beautiful!

I love the outdoor mat I did several years ago through Magnetworks. Such a friendly greeter. More Halloween fun to come….

Chloe’s laken & lila outfit

When Chloe received her laken & lila outfit, she immediately had to put it on! Throughout the day, she commented on how much she loved it. As you can see, I am not a professional photographer, but check out the many adorable outfits to choose from at her etsy store to pick the one that is just right for the children in your life!

Perk Me Up Clothes by Curious Georgia

Tweetily Doodle Folks!
Look at these “OH SO CUTE” clothes and models with my Perk Me Up fabric through Timeless Treasures. The pink paisleys with the brown accents are perfect for Fall clothing, just add leggings or stockings.  If you would like to order these outfits for your kiddies, contact Curious Georgia. If you are interested in making clothing or home decor items with this fabric, look in your local quilt shop or on-line stores. I love the collaboration with Curious Georgia, clothing kid shop and Chrissi Richards photography—what talented women and moms! 

Chilly Day at Neltner Farm

Hi Folks! Our annual visit to the Neltner Farm has come once again. Even though it was a pretty cold day, the kids enjoyed riding little ponies, feeding goats and taking a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch. Yes, I definitely should have packed their hats and mittens, lesson learned during these transitional months.

I love looking at the vibrant colors of the pumpkins, gourds and red wagon against the green fields. What a wonderful palette to enjoy and take inspiration from in future collections.