A Trio of Pumpkins in a Fall Kitchen Vignette

I worked my trio of Jello mold pumpkins into a kitchen corner shelf vignette.


Fall Vintage Kitchen Vignette
The Jello mold pumpkins join a larger pumpkin, a vintage scale, orange thermos, coffee pot, tea pot, bread boards, Folger's puzzle, and faux fall flowers.  A pumpkin pie recipe is in the flower frog.



Fall Vintage Kitchen Vignette


Fall Vintage Kitchen Vignette


Fall Vintage Kitchen Vignette
Crocks and vintage bowls on shelves below the vignette.

I love decorating this little corner!

If you would like to make some Jello mold pumpkins, the tutorial is here.
Jello Mold Pumpkin Tutorial














10 comments:

  1. I must make me some of those precious little pumpkins! They are so cute. Your little corner looks very Fallish!

    Judy

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  2. Hi Carlene. That is really a cute idea and your corner looks so ready for fall..Happy Weekend..Judy

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  3. Love your corner - everything looks so good and fallish. the jello molds are so cute.
    I need to get cracking and start decorating for fall.
    Have a great week.
    Mary

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  4. I've been busy getting things ready for fall at the booth, but have neglected home. Love the way you have displayed the Jello mold pumpkins. I have almost gotten over the shock of you putting holes in them. What is really impressive every time I see it in one of your post is that clever corner cabinet. What a great space!

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  5. Your jello mold pumpkin are so cute!! Thinking I need to make some.
    hugs,
    Cindy

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  6. Super cute Carlene! Love the little Jello mold pumpkins!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  7. Hi Carlene! Oh, I just love this vignette! Now those jello mold pumpkins are just too cute! You're the most creative one.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  8. I've never seen pumpkin jello molds before (gasp), so, obviously, I love yours! You've created a beautiful and festive vignette with them! Happy Fall!

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