pumpkins on my porch




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I was lamenting the fact that we didn't carve pumpkins this year, but the bright side is that they make great, simple porch decorations through Thanksgiving~

Have a great weekend and if you haven't already, you have through Sunday to comment on my houzz interview for the chance at the $50 Target gift card. Good luck!



p.s. if you have photoshop elements and are wondering how I colored the pumpkins, here is a great tutorial.

16 comments:

  1. Loooking over your Houzz interview. I loved the photos. Can't pick my favorite, all are beautiful. I do really like the vingate suitcases. I was not familiar with Houzz previously. I will take more time later to check it out further. Thanks, Amy amydhay@gmail.com

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  2. I'm going to check out the interview now. I feel better. We got busy and did not carve pumpkins this year either. They have forgotten, so far! We may have to carve one for Thanksgiving! :) I love Photoshop and am going there now to check it out! Thanks!

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  3. I was not familiar with Houzz either but its such a wonderful resource. My favorite picture was the laundry room with the lamp and the basket. Love the green color, love the texture and love the black accents. Beautiful!

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  4. I love this picture. How did you make it to have a black and white picture and all the pumpkins and leaves colored? Beautiful!

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  5. I agree! Now that my kids are a little bigger, they're not quite so much into carving pumpkins. So I just use them 'til Thanksgiving!

    I loved your Houzz interview so much that I emailed them to thank them for it!

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  6. I love your pumpkin porch! Sometimes simple is best, anyway! We carved pumpkins but they had to be tossed within a day or two 'cause they started to rot. I like uncarved ones better anyway!

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  7. Ditto! We didn't carve ours and they still look good next to the front door. :)

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  8. That is just what I did this year...put out the pumpkins!

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  9. Nice picture. I just got elements, and was wondering how to do that. Very helpful! Thanks.

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  10. Beautiful photo! We didn't carve pumpkins this year either. I was down with swine flu and hubbie was a bit overwhelmed being a single parent. My kids didn't seem to mind either.

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  11. They look lovely all piled up! I still have two pumpkins we didnt carve, and a couple little ones.

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  12. I have been behind in my blog reading because I am drowning in boxes and STUFF sitting everywhere looking for a home:) I got an email from HOUZZ and I can't wait to read all about your house. I haven't even had time to do that. I will try and get there tonight or tomorrow. How nice to be featured.

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  13. Your pumpkins look so cute all set up outside your door!

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  14. I love that my pumpkins onthe porch lsted past Halloween, too! For the same reason.

    Also thanks for the photoshop elements tip. I don't know how to get around elements very well yet.

    New to your blog!!!

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  15. I wish pumpkin carving season came AFTER thanksgiving, because I like to use plain pumpkins as decorations too. AND I really like to eat them. yum!

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  16. I love this picture. How did you make it to have a black and white picture and all the pumpkins and leaves colored? Beautiful!
    Work from home India

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