A Fall Centerpiece and a Guest Post

Hey there! How has your week been so far? Although many bloggers are on to decorating for Christmas, we are still enjoying the warm tones of fall around here. In fact, soon I'll be sharing a pretty fall tablescape I worked on with my daughter and my mom while she was in town over the weekend.

Speaking of my daughter, a few weeks ago she put together this little fall centerpiece for our kitchen table. She saw that our "fall box" was still accessible after I decorated the mantel and made this year's Pumpkin & Plaid Fall Wreath, so she decided the table needed a little something special too.

I just let her work her magic, tucking in fall blooms wherever she pleased. She arranged the little delicata squash around the floral arrangement, as well as the Pony Bead Indian Corn I am sharing over at Fun Home Things today.

Katie is due to have Baby Jack any day now and asked if I could share a little something with her readers. I was happy to do it, as she has been a big encouragement to me over the years of blogging. I'd love for you to go over and check out the post. I just know you'll love Katie's blog too.

Be sure and stop back by here this evening for the Creative Ways Link Party that goes live at 8pm Central! Looking forward to seeing you!

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  1. So fun! I love the little Indian corn made of beads! What fun.

  2. This is great! Love the corn made of beads!

  3. Your daughter has a great eye and I love that beaded corn. Neat idea! So many great things - I've been so busy lately that I missed some of your posts. Always love stopping by.
    -Carole @ Garden Up green

  4. This is so pretty. I too love Fall colors...and I am in no rush to let it go.

  5. Very pretty! I love Fall. It is my favorite time of year and I am not eager to let it go either.

  6. I love the bright cheerful colors, Nici! My compliments to your daughter for such a lovely arrangement.

    Thanks for sharing your Great Ideas with us at Project Inspire{d}!
    Be blessed!!

  7. The Indian corn is perfect! That looks like a fun and easy project - I'm going to share it with my daughter.
    Thanks for sharing at Wake Up Wednesday.


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