Setting up the fall showcase project
For the “Fall Vignette Showcase”, I decided to use what I had kicking around the house. Gathering up what I thought I might wanted to use in this project, took more time than the project it self.
The toolbox is one of my favorites, but I had never used for anything before. It was one of the relics I found when we were cleaning up the other yard. The Mason jars fit perfectly, so that’s how come I had stored some of them there until I decided what to do with them.
This was another old box I found, all beaten up and missing a part of the side, but loved the blue color.
You can see my dining room table covered with all kinds of crafty stuff. I didn’t quit know what I would use for decorating so I had dragged everything out that I thought could be useful.
There are even 3 quilts laying on the table, but I won’t have room to hang them this year.
I kept a couple of the Mason jars in the box, and filled one part with some twine I had found. The little scarecrow was from another Halloween center piece, and the flowers from a project from last year.
The little flower wreath was hanging in my porch and the little scare crow came of a flower por. I thought it made a cute addition.
Feeling the side of the toolbox needed something more, I glued cinnamon sticks together to spell “FALL”.
Then glued them to the toolbox.
The other box I filled with Spanish moss I had picked up at the local supermarket for cheap. I had never worked with this before, but really liked the smell and feel of it, as well as the ease to work with.
I had seen something like this on Pinterest and liked the idea of a topiary, but instead used the blue bucket I had.
I made this Halloween quilt a few years ago, it’s my own design.
Well what do you think?