Setting up for the local farmer’s market. The pumpkins (smaller this year because of the drought) have arrived, and the apples, pears, potatoes and more herbs and flowers will be coming soon. There’ll be cider, honey, goat cheese and the first press of this year’s olive oil to sample inside. And there’s been great white shark sitings from the cliffs. If you’re out and about, come on by!
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Ah, I love this time of year! :D
Me too! …“These are a few of my favorite things…”
Such bounty! I love the pumpkins – are they made from coloured paper?
Yes! From tissue paper, thread and wadded up thin plastic bag. I learned the technique from Lesley Shepherd a few years ago http://miniatures.about.com/od/halloweenminiatures/ss/paperpumpkn.htm#step1
They’re quite satisfying to make. Possibly even obsessional.
The pumpkins look like a fun project, I’ll have to make some after the HBS house is done.
I stared forever at your sliding doors. I just love what you’ve done to make them both architecturally interesting and uniquely yours.
What, Keli, you only do one project at a time?!
I’m glad you like the sliding doors. In typical “me” fashion, however, I added the crossbars after the doors were installed •and• the roof was on, so installation was “challenging”.
I’ll be over in about 9 hours…will you put the kettle on, I’ll bring the biscuits =0P
It looks so fab. I keep thinking you can’t add anything to make it look more spectacular and then you do.
Sweet! I favor McVitie’s fruit shortcakes or wheat digestives (just sayin’) and I have Yorkshire Gold (green or black). Or perhaps you’ll enjoy some yerba mate, my current realm of taste + caffeine research?
Thank you for the compliment! It is so nice to have one’s world-building attempts validated by respected members of the world-building collective :)
Love it! I normally do a LOT for Fall/Halloween but this year I have been so busy with school I wasn’t able to. Now I need to finish up my entry for the Creatin’ Contest because that deadline is fast approaching!! :O
Thanks, Blake! Looking forward to seeing what you make!