I told you yesterday that I have been busy, and I wasn't kidding. I have added all of my Halloween and Thanksgiving/Friendsgiving Banners and table decor to my booth at Camas Antiques, with backups arriving in my booth later this week. I am still a little concerned that my booth may be looking a little too "banner heavy" if there is such a thing. What do you think? Is it banner overload, or is it okay?
I made up some sweet little painted peat pots with moss and pumpkins, which I showcased on a mock table setting.I placed the peat pot on a small book page on the plate, and a sheet music page beneath it. I then used rectangular wooden chargers as my base. I like the simple charm of it, and the multiple layers add interest and texture.
My little party crows have made an appearance again this year, and while I'm more of a harvest than Halloween girl, I am pretty partial to these little fellas, as I am with my glittery party flags.
All of my paper party goods are available as digital downloads, or in hard-copy form in my etsy shop, or from my booth at Camas Antiques. How do you decorate for the season? Are tablescapes your sweet spot, or do you go all out all around your house? I'll be sharing my front yard later this week, as well as my mantel....I'd love to hear about your decorations for autumn!
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