Tuesday, November 2, 2010

... What Season Is It? ...




This is always a confusing time of the year for me...I still love my pumpkins and hate to remove them before they mold or start to rot...Besides, they do make Thanksgiving look more colorful ...So they stay out...
Next, my ceramic Tom turkey comes out of hiding for the Thanksgiving season...I painted him years ago and he has become a part of the seasonal decor... He just makes the whole room look more "fall-ish"...So he needs to be out...Everything blends nicely so far...
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Here's where it gets tricky...I'm making Santas and snowmen now so they are lying everywhere while I get them ready to start listing...somewhere ... I also like to start pulling some Christmas greenery out for pictures because I'm starting to shift seasons (in my mind)...My decorations are all mixed together now and I have a little fall here and a little winter there and sometimes they mix and become ... "Finter ?" ... " Merry Finter Everybody! "
Take Care,
Tina

5 comments:

ctlogcabin said...

LOL Tina ... Love your word Finter !!
I like a liitle Green tucked in with the
PumPkins, looks good to me, very natural.
Hugs ~ Connie xox

Nan ~ Threadwork Primitives said...

Merry Finter to you too.
I feel the same way. I'm probably the last person to take down the pumpkins. The witches and ghosts can go, but NOT THE PUMPKINS!!!They're my favorite.
~Nan

Penelope's Beehive said...

Your rooms are so lovely and peaceful. I very much fancy the new vocabulary word..."Finter!"

Happy day to you Tina...J

Robin said...

Hi Tina...I call it Fallmas. This is a hard time to decorate. Love your rooms. (millstonemercantile)

Cabin Creek Farm ♥ said...

Merry Finter to you too Tina. Love that word. I love keeping my white pumpkins during Christmas...they add such charm to the greenery decoration, I agree with Connie.
I love how your rooms look!!