Friday, October 31, 2008

Ghostly White

There is something about white pumpkins that I am loving this year which is funny since orange is my favorite color. I bought a few for my apartment and used them to decorate for the party last weekend. The smaller ones are especially cute and will look nice displayed until Thanksgiving. I wish I was as ambitious as Martha Stewart and could carve lacy designs into them but I don't see that ever happening. Bon Weekend!





9 comments:

Ivy Lane said...

The mini white and orange 'kins make great votive holders for a holiday table or entry hall display! :)

Caroline @ Absolutely Unique said...

Oh yes, I love those white pumpkins! Happy Halloween, my dear!

An Aesthete's Lament said...

I love how, when perforated by Martha, the pumpkins look like creamware. My hands just aren't that steady, alas.

Deirdra Doan said...

You have a beautiful blog. I love to decorate but then I love my art and mixed media....White pumpkins are really cool!! Nice to meet you, please come say hello at my blog.

vicki archer said...

I love your white pumpkins - we can't all be Martha!

Kimberlee said...

Ok, being an Australian I don't do Halloween, BUT, if I was, I would have to copy your white pumpkins idea - just gorgeous. The image of them in front of your books is just beautiful xx

Two Tall Girls said...

I too have been loving white pumpkins this year. I plan to use them and feathers on my Thanksgiving table.

avidHOME said...

I wonder what Martha used to make that design - I'll have to check it out on her site - it must be some type of template pushed into the pumpkin...? I too love white pumpkins, and I also love those fairytale versions - so Cinderella!

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