I am so excited to share my burnish copper and blush pink fall tablescape with you today..
I "crafted" several of the pretties I used in my tablescape......
The first thing I made that I want to share is a big fabric covered pumpkin that I'm using as the centerpiece for my tablescape..
I covered my pumpkin with a sheer fabric that has embroidered roses on it.
I made a "nest" at the top of my pumpkin from some rose gold colored ribbon that I found in the Christmas isle at Hobby Lobby.
Then I placed 3 baby pumpkins (that I made) in my nest.....two on one side.....
And one baby pumpkin on the other side of the nest.
I used butcher block paper as my table runner. I found it easy to write on the paper with chalk and it wipes off good when you make a mistake....lol!
I think this coppery color goes with my decor much better than the standard brown paper. I found it on Amazon. ($20 for a big roll 18 inches wide) I think the color they called it was pink/peach, but it looks more coppery to me.
I glued a white button and a smaller pink button to a yo yo to make her eyes. Her hat is a large yo yo with a small one glued on the top of it.
Here she is from the back.
I set the table with china dishes you've seen me use many times Mother received the crystal stem ware in her wedding shower, so it's over 60 years old.
Doesn't the blush and copper make an elegant tablescape!
I also changed the vignette on the small buffet at the end of the table.....
You may remember seeing the big rose bouquet on the hearth in the family room....well, this is where it was relocated to when I changed the mantel decor to fall last week.