Thursday, September 4, 2008

A little fall and a project

Okay Melissa is having a Fall Nesting Week at the Inspired Room so I thought I would join in I hope I did all the linking right lol


I am so ready for fall! I have a little bit of stuff out but I need to get in the dreaded laundry room and dig out everything. If I could just get rid of this headache I have had all week I might have it all done. I can't wait to get my pumpkins and mums. Here's the top of my computer cabinet turned scrapbook cabinet in the corner of my family room.

Here's my basket I made from my front porch I showed it once before but here it is again.




I have to show you one more thing I thought I would try my hand at making a tassel for my kitchen so I used my salt and pepper chicken and rooster from the family dollar they were a dollar for the set so it it didn't turn out I wasn't out to much. But I love them and they look so cute in the kitchen. So what do you think?


Sorry the chicken is so dark its the same colors as the rooster.
Have a wonderful day:) Go check everyone else out!!
Julie

15 comments:

Shelia said...

Hi! I'm loving you fallness. The basket for you door is adorable! Those tassels! I really do love these. I'm going to try and make some too. Yours look awesome!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Nichole said...

Love your basket! Great job on the tassels!!

Heather said...

I couldn't stop laughing as I read your blog. I first spotted the Longaberger baskets on the top of your computer cabinet. I sell those wonderful things. Then as I scrolled farther down I found Brutus. We are also huge OSU fans and have a massive Brutus in our front yard!

Angie said...

Those tassels look awesome! I made one, but it doesn't look nearly as good as yours. I also love your fall basket arrangement. I have got to get busy with my fall decorating!

Scooterblu's Whimsy said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for the kind comments! Your basket arrangement is fabulous and I absolutely adore your tassle! It is so pretty! I'm just starting to make tassles and it is so much fun isn't it? Love the ribbon loops at the bottom of yours! :) ~Rhonda

Come back again!

Anonymous said...

Julie
Could you show us how to make a tassel? I have seen them everywhere but can't find directions! Thanks so much. Your decorations are pretty!

Marie said...

Your tassels are so good! LOVE the colors of the chicken and rooster with the ribbon you used. Very pretty!

Rue said...

Hi Julie :)

Okay... Brutus in the front yard?! LOL There is no way we can do that with the house for sale. What if a relo from Michigan comes to see it? Rich says we don't want them here anyway LOL

Sorry off the topic at hand... Those tassels are darling!! I want lessons!!

Oh and one last thing...

GO BUCKS!

rue

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

Well hi there Julie! I am so glad you are a part of fall nesting week! Gorgeous tassels too! Thanks for sharing your fall inspiration, and for being a part of the fun!

xoxo

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Great start to your fall decorating. I SOOOO Love those tassels!! I've got a rooster collection myself!

Big TX Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Blissful Nikki said...

love it all! I wish I knew how to make tassles! They are sooooo pretty! :)

Tausha said...

thanks so much for stopping by my blog! I love to make new friends! Your tassels are darling! are they hard? I know lots of glue-I have always wanted to try some-you have inspred me!
So-you are a buckeye fan eh? We have a neighbor who is a die hard! I keep telling him I am going to steel his flag(yep that all he has-no big blog Brutus-too bad:() and replace it with BYU blue! I really hate BYU-it would just be to tick him off! Please, come by again and visit! I am hoping to get some pics posted tomorrow of a clients before and after-it turned out fantastic! Can't wait for you to see!

Shannon said...

Love all your fall touches and love your header! That is so true!! :)

M.L. said...

Wow. I think your tassels are gorgeous...so professional! I also love the fall basket you made for your front door.
Thanks for stopping by my site the other day,
M.L. @ the house of whimsy

jeanne winters said...

Wonderful job on the chicken and rooster!