One Fat Bird


and silvery blue pumpkins

  are on my table this autumn.

White berry wreaths on cake plates cradle the plump pumpkins

and my fat ceramic bird.

I looked and looked for white pumpkins this year, but there were none to be found in these parts...so these {expensive} sterling gourds found their place here instead...and I must say, I am hooked.  The colour is so intriguing to me.  I love the richness and old world feeling they give.

But of course they could not just sit there...I had to dress them up a bit with some hand dyed crinkly French seam binding ribbons and add some punch of colour with juicy fertile fruits...those would be the pomegranates pictured above.

Now I've got to figure out how to use these in my Christmas decor because I am not ready to part with them...I'll show you when everything is transformed next month.

In the meantime, may you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving

Ciao amici,

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Joining blog friends for this week's festivities.  You're invited too, so come along!


Simply Stated ~ Rebecca said...

How beautiful ~ Happy Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous Suzanne. Can't wait to see the transformation for Christmas. Happy Thanksgiving to you my friend. Margie

Maija said...

Just stunning Suzanne!!
Happy Thanksgiving!

Shari Replogle said...

Oh Suzanne ! I love the photos, and those wonderful pumpkins! Are they the Cinderalla pumkins? They are a wonderful color.
Happy Thanksgiving:)

Italian Girl in Georgia said...

Thank you for your sweet wishes! Hope you all had a lovely holiday.

Italian Girl in Georgia said...

Shari ~ I do not think that these are Cinderella pumpkins. I have purchased those before and they are usually that beautiful deep sunset orange. I think that these are just some hybrid gourds!

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Hey there- just popping by to let you know I shared this at Feathered Nest Friday this week! :)

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