Wednesday, September 26, 2018

It's a Banner Wednesday


With the changing of the seasons, I decided to change the banner above my breakfast nook.  The lighting isn't the best.  If you click on the photograph, you can see the different florals and patterns on each pennant.




On our little table, there are some tea light candles, a Mulling Spices Yankee Candle, and an autumn tree.  I plan on making ornaments for the tree.  Plan being the key word.  I know what I want to do, it is just finding the time to do it!

I have not gone all out with decorating - yet.  Next week, I hope to add Halloween decor to the autumn decor.


The shelf in the entryway has a bit of autumn and plenty of room for Halloween.


The tea cart is sparse as well but I have boo-tiful plans for its future.  Bwahahahaha


I would not want to faint from working so hard, so I put out chocolates within arm's reach just in case.  I love the fall color foils.  And what is inside them!

And that's my banner Wednesday!  Have you added Halloween decor to your autumn decor yet?

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16 comments:

  1. Cute, cute, cute :)
    Your banner and Fall touches are so beautiful!

    I have fabric sitting on my island, just waiting to be made into a Fall bunting :)

    Have a lovely Fall day, and don't faint... keep up that energy with a bite of chocolate or two :)

    ~K.

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    1. Kerin, please do post a picture of your bunting! And I'll be extra careful not to faint (munch munch!)

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  2. Your banner at your breakfast nook adds such charm to the window, Gina. I loved seeing all your Fall decor. I haven't added any Halloween decorations yet. I'm so glad that you keep some candy close by to avoid a fainting spell!

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    1. Kitty, thank you. I too enjoy seeing everyone's decor. Such creative women! I will trade you two chocolates for one of your baked treats!

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  3. It is so pretty and glad to see another fellow lover of the Yankee Candle Mulling Spices candle. :)

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    1. Hi Angie, so nice to meet you. Thank you for visiting and commenting too! I ♥ Mulling Spices!

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  4. such pretty patterns in your banner, I so love your Autumn tree :) Your candy looks so neat in your pumpkin jar.
    Yes I put out my halloween decorations at the beginning of September with my other Autumn decorations, after halloween, I have more decorations I put out that are more Thanksgiving

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    1. Connie, I'm hoping to start putting Halloween out tomorrow. I can't decide to go little or go BIG!

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  5. Your home looks lovely Gina. It is fun to decorate for the seasons. I guess I just enjoy changing things up every now and then.

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    1. I love how you change up your coffee area, Arlene and your dough bowl!

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  6. Love your fall banner Gina! I made one a couple weeks ago to hang outside of Hilltop Cottage. I have been putting out my Halloween décor the last two days. Sad to say, but I have so much that I have to put fall away. It's pitiful!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Jann, oh I'd love to see a picture of your fall banner! It is hard to find balance between fall, halloween, and thanksgiving decor, Jann!

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  7. Gina, you are so clever! Love seeing the warm colors of fall that you are decorating with. My hubby brought some boxes down from the attic for me to unpack and ready for display. I can't wait!! Seeing your fall beauty has inspired me to begin tomorrow! Yay!!

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    1. Angela, I'd love if you shared pictures of your autumn decor! xo

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  8. Love all your fall touches!

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