Sunday, September 3, 2017

Pumpkin Patch Farm


Good morning...
Happy Sunday!
I am loving getting out all my Fall decor .. so I needed to get the chalk board changed! In case you are new to my blog this chalkboard hangs in my kitchen entry from the family room.. I got the frame at a rummage sale and had a board cut to fit and painted it with chalkboard paint.. I change it out with the seasons. All the designs are my own originals..
I L-O-V-E pumpkins! So whats better than pumpkin patch farm!  There is a scarecrow in the pumpkin patch with his plaid shirt and jeans.. up on the hill is a barn with a cow and a couple chickens .. The pumpkins are all in my favorite colors of orange , blue and white!
Even a heart carved on the tree trunk...
Hope your Labor Day weekend has been a great one so far!
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7 comments:

Janice Kramer said...

That is so beautiful! I share your love of pumpkins. We have a few getting ready to harvest in our garden - one with our grandson's name carved into it :). Can't wait for your Flosstube tomorrow! Have a wonderful holiday weekend!

DianeM said...

How fun! I love it <3. I'll be decorating my outside doors today, once the rain stops :)

Tina said...

What a wonderful idea! I love your artistry - your picture is amazing!!!

Jessica said...

I love pumpkins too. Your pumpkin farm chalkboard is awesome!

Kathleen George said...

Pumpkins! I too love them:). Your chalkboard drawing is perfect for September, the start of Fall!
Kathleen in Az

Carol said...

Another adorable chalk drawing--love the jaunty looking scarecrow :)

Ann said...

Hi Priscilla,
I hope you get this one charted as well! I just love it for a fall cross stitch!
Greetings,
Ann