Our hydrangea bush blooms with beautiful shades of bright pinks and purples in the Spring.
After Summer's over and into Fall I really don't pay much attention to the now faded colors on the blooms.
I'm not sure why I haven't really noticed this before.
At this time of year, they change to subtle shades of fuchsia, green, and even a little bit of blue!
Sometimes, if you stop to "smell the roses", you'll find gorgeous hydrangeas or other foliage you never noticed before.
I filled up my vase with shells, like I did for the sunflower bouquet last week.
I'm so in love with these flowers and they even blend in well with the shells.
I can't believe this bush was mostly bright pink a few months ago, and now look at the greenish blue, beautiful!
I decided this was well worth making into a Fall vignette, so I got a little crafty with some burlap.......
I figured I'd try my hand at making a wee little Fall pumpkin. I used a dinner plate and a sharpie pen for the circle.
Then I zig zag stitched a hem around the entire perimeter, 'cause you know how burlap is with all the fraying!
I stuffed it with plastic grocery bags and hand stitched the opening close, easy peasy.
For fun, I hot glued a vintage spool for the "stem" and peacock feathers for the leaves. I already had everything on hand, so it cost me nothing.
I found this pheasant plate a few months ago at a yard sale for one dollar.
The glass vase is from GW for $3.99. The shells I've collected for years.
The books are paper backs from Freecycle.
True frugal loveliness.
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