Fall Buffet {Deers and Bunnies and Fall….Oh My!}




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Day 2 of Five Days of Fabulous Fall!


The Woodsy theme continues…

This time, I have added a few pieces of one of my favorite dish collections.  The plate is part of a collection I purchased many years ago in England and these are now widely seen all over.  


My collection features deer, wild turkey, pheasants, and woodland bunnies.

Speaking of Woodland Bunnies…


My Spode Woodland Bread Box still brings me immense joy whenever I unwrap it each Fall.

Is it right that a piece of Spode can bring me “immense joy?”


Now don’t get me wrong, it is NOT the immense joy that we had this past Saturday when we celebrated our little Roo’s 3d birthday.


Here is his 1st Birthday pic…


But, it is an immense joy that material objects of beauty can bring.

You know what I mean.  :)


This entire Buffet vignette was created using recycled items, to include all of the elements I used to create the Fall Woodsy arrangement.


The small cross-stitched frame above hardly ever leaves the Buffet.  It is one of those items, that although material, means a great deal to me.
The saying is so true…”God gave us each other June 20, 1992.”

My sister-in-law, who is in advanced stages of Alzheimer’s, made this for us.  She does not know who we are any longer.  I will cherish it always.


I switched out the lamp for one which conveys more of a Fall feeling.

Here is what my Buffet looked like last Fall.  You will see several familiar elements.


And then I did a complete change for Spring and Summer…

Quite a change huh?

But of all the vignettes I could complete, nothing beats the look of Fabulous Fall!



This area takes on such a warm and soothing glow at night.


Thank you for letting me share my Woodsy Fall Buffet with you.

Tomorrow…the Five Days of Fabulous Fall continues.  Where will I go next?  :)

I also have some exciting news to share.  I will be hosting some Google + “Hangouts” which will be available through YouTube.  I will be hosting the following events:

1) Decorating with Natural Elements: Mon, Nov 
     5th @ 2pm. 
     
2) Creating a Fall Mantel: Tues, Nov 6th @ 1pm

3) Using Dollar Store Dishes to Create Custom
     Looking Fall Dinnerware: Fri, Nov 9th @
     10am

4) Easy Pumpkin Mousse: Fri, Nov 9th @ 1pm

I will post more info later about these events, such as how you can join me during these live chats.  I am sooo excited!

To all my Northeast friends in the eye of the storm, please stay safe and know you are all in my thoughts and I am praying for you. (((hugs)))

I will be sharing with:
Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for Tablescape Tues



Melissa with The Inspired Room for Favorite Fall Projects 

Linda at Coastal Charm for Nifty Thrifty Tuesday


Kim at Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesday
Heather and Vanessa @ at the picket fence for Inspirational Friday









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  1. says

    I’ve never been to a “hangout” before. I’ll have to Google that to see what it’s all about. I’m not all that computer savvy, so I miss out on a lot, I’m sure! I’m sorry to hear about your sister-in-law. It’s wonderful that you have that memento of her talents. My Dad also suffers with that disease, but his has manifested itself in a different way. Mercifully, he still knows who we are and has a vivid recollection of the distant past. His short-term memory is badly affected, though. Your buffet looks fantastic! In fact, I now have “buffet envy” big time!!! :-)

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  2. says

    I never noticed before how very much Lil Roo looks like YOU.. especially the eyes.. thats amazing..

    love the vignette of course, every little and big DETAIL of it.. You need to have your own TV show.. Thats a program I’d watch..

    I spied a tiny portion of your wall candle sconces. I’d love to see a full photo of it if you get a chance… Thats exactly what I need for beside the clock thats over my fireplace.
    no rush– just when ya have time..

    hugs

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  3. says

    Omgosh I know this post is about the vignette on your buffet, but Roos blue eyes stopped me in my tracks what a beautiful little Boy!!! Okay I love the spode bread keeper too, what a treasure you have in that piece a real treasure. Somebody got Grammy’s beautiful blue eyes!!
    xo

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  4. says

    Gorgeous, Barb! EVERY way you style your beautiful buffet is amazing. You truly know how to create incredible vignettes! And, I know you’ll cherish your sister-in-law’s cross stitched gift … precious grandbaby, too! Looking forward to “hanging out” with you!

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