Monday, September 28, 2009

Fall Fluffing

A nice big pumpkin for the table.
Picked up a little pumpkin at HL the other day.

Remember these?

Now I have this!

I pulled these pint jars out of the attic and some of them  had these cute little flowers instead of the standard canning jar stamp. There were a couple of different ones, and I thought they had some character and wanted to show you.

Headed out to Florida once again, so gotta run. Hopefully I will be back a little later on in the week. For more DIY head over to ASPTL for DIY Day.Have a blessed and wonderful week!


Nicole A. said...

Ohh, I love that pumpkin on the table with the leaves around it, Beautiful! And those jars, yummm!

Just a little something from Judy said...

Your Fall fluffing looks so nice! The jars of jelly are beautiful. What a good feeling to have that job done, especially in such cute jars.

Anonymous said...

Those look yummy~

Brambleberry said...

I'm inspired to do some fluffing of my own!

Jennifer Juniper said...

I just fluffed yesterday! Great minds think alike?

gail@My Repurposed Life said...

cute jars!
florida!? gee, it's cold here in KY this morning!

Jessica Morris said...

Cute canning jars! :)

Have a good time in Florida, I've been praying for you all when you come to mind :)
We enjoyed having Blaine over for dinner last week - he is so sweet to the boys!

nancygrayce said...

Thanks for coming to visit my experimental blog....honestly I didn't know anyone else could see it! I am trying to learn how to dress up my other blog a little without completely destroying it as I have been known to do. Your decorations are really pretty and those jellys....well let's just say you are pretty talented!

Jennifer said...

Definitely looks like fall at your house! LOVE that pumpkin centerpiece:) I hope that you have a great safe!

Runner Mom said...

How cute!! Love your ideas, and that jelly looks yum! Be safe traveling! Y'all are in my prayers.


Christine said...

What a cute title and it goes very well with your decorations.

Amelia said...

Jelly will be yummy tasting during the winter months....and a reminder of the warmer temps.

Victoria said...

Oh man Jackie, the grape jelly looks wonderful and I love the pretty jars!

Those pies look just like the ones we buy at the orchard in N Ga every year! YUM!

I enjoyed reading about your 30 years of marriage. What an example for your children! Congrats!