A Few Autumn Vignettes

Autumn Vignette

I want to share a few of the vignettes I had created last Autumn. I will soon be showing this year’s Autumn ideas, but until then I thought it would be a perfect time to reminisce.

In this vignette I had my rooster sitting among some pumpkins and dried hydrangeas. The tea light candle in the display casted a pretty glow and warmed up the table beautifully.
Fall Vignette

On the desk in the family room was a vignette of two of my Staffordshire dogs along with an open metal cloche. Under the cloche was a ceramic pumpkin and some dried hydrangeas from my garden.
Fall VignetteDSC_0086

Under this smaller metal cloche was another ceramic pumpkin and more of my dried hydrangeas. I like to keep uniformity in my designs. This display sat on a small cabinet also in the family room. Next to the cloche was a cute owl filled with an Autumn scented potpourri. The little bird snuggled in nicely between the two items and created a simply sweet vignette.
Autumn Vignette

A few medium sized pumpkins were placed among my peacocks. Small beaded pumpkins sparkled in the tray set up for some tea. A single faux candle sat on top of colorful leaves and flickered softly in the living room in this vignette.
Autumn Vignette

I placed a tea light candle (cinnamon of course) in a mason jar for a warm lovely glow. I love using candles with a cinnamon scent during Autumn! It fills my kitchen with a wonderfully lovely aroma that lingers into the other rooms. These small leaf snack bowls added a sweet touch to the vignette.

Fall Vignette

In this vignette I had a simple bow tied onto a carafe and filled with apple cider from our local orchard. It was ready to be served in these cute dairy bottles. I dressed the bottles with some twine to make the design feel more Autumn-ish.
Autumn Vignette

I hope you enjoyed “A Few Autumn Vignettes” post!
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  1. LuAnn, I remember these from when you posted and have them in my files to copy…everything you do is so thought out and pretty and I’ve gotten so many ideas that I probably wouldn’t have thought of myself. I feel blessed in that way, I really do. Thank you for these gifts! Hugs!

    1. Thank you Bobbi! I’m honored that you enjoy my designs and happy I can give ideas that you can use. I’m blessed to be able to share them and make such good friends while doing so! You are more than welcome for the gifts I share! Hugs to you too!
      LuAnn 😉

  2. Very pretty, Luann! So love the cloche and the owl filled with potpourri…fabulous! Your vignettes are truly lovely.
    Catherine (latest follower of your blogging adventures!)

  3. I love when you share a variety of vignettes. I think what I am learning about myself, is that I’m afraid to put too many pieces together but I love how beautiful these vignettes are with such a variety of pieces. I guess I just need to loosen up and load up! Thanks for sharing these! Blessings, Cindy

  4. LuAnn – I love all your autumn vignettes – I especially love the peacock on e- I love peacocks – and I love fall – its my favorite time of year. Plus I am just getting ready to start my fall decor and will be studying your pictures more for new ideas. Thank you for sharing – Stopping by from #ImpartingGrace

  5. This looks so amazing! Pinned and tweeted. Thanks for stopping by and partying with us! I hope to see you on Monday at 7 pm, so we can pin and tweet your masterpieces! Lou Lou Girls

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