Monday, September 26, 2011

Autumn in the Country

I don't get to go to cute bazaars very often anymore, with time, money, and location constraints, but I had a few(and I mean few) minutes on Saturday. I stopped at one that I went to last year but did not take any money to purchase. BIG MISTAKE! There were lots of venders with really cute items for sale.

 So, Landon and I headed down the back country road in search of all things fall! Landon's favorite part is the large farm truck parked in the yard with all the pumpkins around.
 Isn't that just cute! I love all the unique gourds and pumpkins they have all around . My favorites are the gray gourds. They are so creepy looking.
 This year I did make a few little purchases and this little hand stitched sign was first on the list. Ok, so a strawberry Italian Soda came first because it was quite a warm day.
 I just love the tiny little leaves that are stitched in the patter. So cute!
 I also found this SUPER yummy potpourri at one booth and it smelled so devine that I had to buy a scoop. I just loved the tiny little pumpkins in the mix. My living room smells SO good right now!
Landon found the worlds tiniest picnic table. Even he was too big for it!



Last but not least is this adorable little fabric pumpkin. Isn't it just the sweetest little thing? I just love the fabric, and it smells like vanilla too. Bonus!
I just love fall and had a good time, even though Landon had a potty accident and we had to stop shopping right in the middle of it. He ended up wearing his pj's bottoms around because that was all I had with me! Go figure! Life with boys is never dull for sure.

3 comments:

Amy @ Keep'n The SunnySide said...

Love everything you purchased. So sweet and totally says "home" to me. Those are the best additions.. don't ya think? That Landon is a real cutie!

Oh.. and I made my first Etsy sale this morning!

Connie said...

Dang, I wish I would have had time Saturday to go too. Love the potpourri, I need to find me some of that.

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