Faux crystals from Michael's fill an amber bowl.
This figurine has had some repairs, but she is charming nonetheless.
The jewels in my stained glass windows sparkle in the early morning sunlight.
My collection of brown bottles blend with the tortoiseshell glass border of the window.
I created these windows for privacy, rather than hang curtains that block the light.
This old jug got a new Pottery Barn inspired jute twine wrap.
Candy corn colored candles and "Cupid" print dress up the mantel. The shoes belonged to an old neighbor.
My favorite Annabelle Hydrangeas are already dried and will last through the winter until next year's harvest.
Here it is, my very first sheet music wreath. Don't worry, girls, I didn't use "The Little Mermaid" piano book. In fact, I think one of the books belonged to your piano teacher......too late now!!!!
Artichoke and berries add a pop of color.
I bought this old church window for Megan and Dave's lodge wedding. It sat atop a stone fireplace flanked by wildflower bouquets and pillar candles. I think I've found the perfect spot for it in this corner of the dining room. The orange toned clock is one of many in my rotating clock collection. The ceramic pumpkins are from Bath and Body Works.
Now that I've shown you what I've done indoors, let me show you what Mother Nature has created outdoors.
Heading out in our kayaks last evening.
Mirror-like reflection on the water.
Small ripples create a watercolor effect.