Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Pumpkin Pickin

Well, I went out this morning to start gathering my supply of pumpkins. I never get them all at one shot....I usually get the majority of my pumpkin supply and then when I get them all home, I realize I need a few more to fill here or there.

Living in PA gives you endless opportunities to buy from so many roadside stands offering everything from veggies, fruits, honey, flowers, baked goods, and in the fall~ oodles of pumpkins!!!! It is just so neat to see them everywhere! So, when I went out this morning, I took my camera along with me...

Here is what I picked out...

I also got my bittersweet this morning too. I need to go back there too, but this time I need to be wearing boots and long pants...ouch! But, here is my starting supply.

The pods are opening already! I can't wait to get all my goodies put in place...will post pictures when everything is done!

I was also able to get a few fall bowl fillers made last weekend. I need to make more and get more cookie cutters! These are so much fun...Sarah and Colleen always do a phenomenal job on theirs!

So, how is your fall decorating going?


  1. WOW!!! That's a ton of pumpkins!!!! You had plenty to choose from that's for sure. By the way you did a great job on your bowl fillers they look awesome. Have a wonderful day tomorrow.


  2. I have not decorated yet, but I am thinking about it!

    I *love* pumpkins and wish we had roadside stands around here! We have to drive quite a ways to get to our favorite pick-your=own pumpkin farm. It is a tradition to go up there and pick pumpkins from the fields, but our little car can only handle so many pumpkins.

  3. LOVE all of those beautiful pumpkins! I so need to get with the program here ;)

    And your fillers turned out great!!! They're fun ... and a little addictive too. Can't wait to see more...

  4. All the photos on your blog are beautiful! And SO many pumpkins!! I love those unique heirloom ones. Your fillers turned out great and they look so good in that long trencher. Happy Fall to you! Take care. ~Sarah~