Monday, September 30, 2019

September CupboardScape


Can you believe this is the last day of September?
Where did the month go?
Yesterday I worked our Urban Garage store
whilst Bob worked  our Back Porch store.
Our worker wanted the day off for her birthday.
Hope you had a great one Laura!


I chose to do this month's CupboardScape
with colors of the season.


A volunteer wild mustard plant on the left.
My hydrangeas and some purple weigela plant. 


These purple flowers are faux ones in my wall box.


The green apples next to the graniteware is 
a wonderful color combination.


Added more of my graniteware.


This Victorian era child's dress hoop.


My flower arrangement is inside this chamber pot.
With an early brown dress hanging.


I so love how this display came out.
Not your normal yellows and oranges.


Apples are in season here now,
so I see a homemade apple pie in the near future.


I will let the hydrangeas dry naturally.



Now off to work I go...
Its a bit chilly here so will need my light jacket.

What will find you doing this last day of September?

Last Day Of September Blessings To All!
Janice

26 comments:

  1. lovely as always I am headed to work. Have a wonderful last day of Sept.
    Cathy

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  2. Beautiful display of Fall, so many treasures, I will be spending this last day of September blowing nose and coughing, my first cold in years, thank you my lovely little grand daughter for sharing her cold lol, they pick up colds so easy in kindergarten! Have a super day!

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    1. Hope you feel better. Being sick is no fun. Both my grands are sick too, and got it from school. Janice

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  3. Great eye candy for the vintage home decor shopper. Wishing you great sales.

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    1. Thanks Saundra! I love sharing my talent for design to others in hopes it will inspire them. Janice

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  4. Hi Janice,
    Another lovely display with so many lovely things!! You always
    put the most unique pieces together to make a beautiful statement! Apple pie is a favorite and sounds like the perfect dessert!!! With vanilla ice cream, of course!!!!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Heart Hugs~
    Julie xo

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    1. Thanks Julie! I just like to inspire folks to try different displays... I was given a talent so I try to use it to help others. Apple 🍏 pie ala mode even. Yummy Janice

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  5. What a beautiful display! I love what hydrangeas do for any arrangement.

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    1. Yes I love how my hydrangeas dry naturally. Thanks for stopping by. Janice

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  6. I can't believe September is now gone!!!
    Homemade apple pie. YUM! I cheated and bought one at the store today. There is no comparison.

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    1. Yes and soon that bad 4 letter word will be here. Ugh. Yes homemade anything is always best but I have been known to cheat myself. Janice

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  7. Hi Janice~ I always enjoy your cupboard gatherings for the seasons! the green apples and dark graniteware are a handsome pair together too. Yes indeed , it is time for Apple Pie. I made one last night with Cortland apples and then spooned over some wild blackberry topping made by a friend of mine from Ohio. What a delicious combo!!

    Well, it may have been September 30, but here it was just as hot as any day in July or August when it didn't rain to cool things down a bit. Oh Fall????? Did you forgot to visit us on September 23??? WE are waiting!!!!!

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    1. Thank you Winnie! Looks like you got outta Ireland just in time with that hurricane coming in. Janice

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  8. October now. I really should get off the computer and start decorating!

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    1. I only did a few Fall arrangements this year. Thanks for stopping by. Janice

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    1. Always enjoy seeing you comment Krishna. How is your family doing? Janice

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  10. Janice your display looks so pretty. Someday I am going to break out of the box and use some different colors instead of the old tried and true. I finally introduced blue into my red and green for Christmas, so I am learning. Congrats to the winner of that sweet pillow and thanks for your last visit to me. Sorry to hear that they must trim the trees the same all over the country. How sad that there is no one to check the horrible work they do..Happy Tuesday..xxoJudy

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    1. Thank you Judy. Only did a few fall arrangements this year. Will explain in future posts. Yes it is sad seeing half a tree standing. Plus it makes them more vulnerable to disease. Janice

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  11. I agree that green looks good with graniteware. I'm making "boho" yoyo pumkins for the market I do on 10/12. I found this vintage hand stiched crazy quilt at a thrift for $4. It had wonderful fall colors. I knew right away it would make cool pumpkins. Rainy days to work on them....I hope it dries out before the market...praying

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    1. What a great find my friend! Look forward to seeing your pumpkins. Janice

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  12. Great displays as always! Love the punch of green! Welcome October...sometimes we actually get a little cooler down here when October rolls around!
    Robyn

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    1. Thank you Robyn! I wanted to do something other than yellow and orange this time. Janice

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  13. Love all your pictures Janice. Great colour combinations for you.
    Have a great day!!

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  14. Thank you Janet! Hope you have a great day too! Happy October. Janice

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