Friday, August 18, 2006

In the mood for Autumn's start


With the start of cooler weather in the last couple of weeks, my mind has turned towards my favorite season ~ Autumn. I have a book called "Autumn Accents" by Lynette Jensen of Thimbleberries. In the section 'November Dusk', there is a beautifully decorated tree with fall flowers, berries and fruit. I have created my own version of this tree using a small Alpine Christmas tree. I am really pleased with how it turned out. I placed it in front of the quilt wall. Although you cannot see the tiny lights well on a photograph, it is very cheerful to see the lights through all the warm autumn colors.

7 comments:

Tanya said...

Hi Heidi,
Lovely blog! I'm ready for Autumn too. Happy blogging :)

Diane said...

Heidi,
I love the tree you made and am glad you did. It will bring autumn faster, at least inside.

hazel said...

Hi Heidi, What a lovely idea to create an Autumn tree it looks beautiful. Hazel

Tammy said...

I love your tree and hope that Autumn comes soon and lasts for months!

Terri said...

Dear Heidi,
Love the tree idea! I may do something along that line when I get settled!
Love,
Terri
(l,l, and L)

Anonymous said...

Greetings from California, Heidi! The autumn tree is a wonderful whimsical idea. I have a small "kitchen" Christmas tree in a tin bucket. I have it done up with miniature cooking utensils, red lacquer apples and sprigs of berries. I believe it will make it's appearace early this year and include some Fall faux leaves. You inspire me.

--Andrea

Susimac said...

What a gorgeous tree and what a wonderful idea. It really looks pretty, I too love Autumn.