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Monday, October 30, 2017

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Cathy

Oh I love these, Linda - they are exactly the sort of thing I would buy if I came across them

Donna@Gardens Eye View

Lovely autumn displays with those wonderful seed pods and I love the gourd with the sunflower drawing.

Barbara H.

Very, very nice! It's hard to resist things this lovely. I'm getting better at it, slowly but surely. I should have take coleus cuttings yesterday - they are done for this morning.

Peter/Outlaw

Your indoor treasures are always such a delight and you arrange them with admirable style. Love the faces on the wall too!

Linda Brazill

I cut the last flowers on Friday and made a leafy bouquet on Saturday. But I haven't really gone out to look around and assess the damage.

Lisa at Greenbow

Happy Halloween to you too. Your display is very autumnal.

Linda Brazill

Very autumnal here: sunny, windy and the high only in the low 40s.

Loree / danger garden

I read something just this morning about how "things" are out of fashion and minimalist living is the future. I just can't imagine. The joy of, as you say, "trolling my basement shelves and cupboards looking to see what I can combine" just can't be beat in my book. I love what you came up with.

Linda Brazill

Just came home from visiting a woman who showed me her closet filled with flowers vases — heaven!

Christina

A nice idea to change the decorations according to the seasons - all I manage is to bring down the rug to make the room feel more cosy; I'll have to look to see if I have anything else I could use!

Susie

Happy Halloween Linda. Enjoyed your sophisticated take on decorating for the season. You have some lovely and interesting keepsakes.

Kris P

A tip to your basement must be a lot of fun! I love that sunflower-decorated gourd, which looks all the more wonderful surrounded by your other treasures.

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