I came across this picture in the summer.
I saw the black frame first.
Black always makes me take a second look.
When I pulled it up, I just thought, "Ahhhh".
A young lady,
sitting at the spinning wheel,
in black cross-stitch.
Finding a place for all my wonderful picture finds
is always a challenge.
But pictures don't always have to be hung on the wall.
They can easily be tucked in with a vignette.
I have the picture sitting on an old singer sewing machine table,
leaning against a small vintage ironing board.
I added a few Fall touches.
A small white ceramic pumpkin that I purchased at our local grocery store.
A handmade primitive pear that came in a set of three,
can easily be tucked in.
I made up this Fall candle with the glass jar purchased at the dollar store.
The mason jar was attached to the bottom piece and had a lid on it.
It's much easier than gluing the two pieces together!
I added some mini pumpkin pods and set a glass votive inside.
I love the look of a candle and I have them throughout my home.
I think she looks pretty sitting there.
Soon, the Christmas décor will be coming out,
and she may go into hiding for a little while.
But for now, she is sitting pretty with the other antique and thrifty finds.
We just had our Canadian Thanksgiving this past weekend.
It was a beautiful sunny and warm weekend.
But the weather has been changing.
More Fall like.
Cool outside and cozy inside.
Sending warm and cozy blessings to you,
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