More Rustic Autumn Vignettes

On one of my first thrifting trips after Christmas, this vintage wooden bowl wheelbarrow was one of my finds.

Vintage Wooden Bowl Wheelbarrow
I paid $2 for it, and it was marked Woodcroftery.  That post was here.



Vintage Wooden Bowl Wheelbarrow
I really haven't used it yet, so I decided to spray paint it a dark orange for use this fall.  

Fall Vignette with Wooden Bowl Wheelbarrow
I sanded it down a bit on the edges and rubbed a stain over it to tone it down.  Here it is with Spanish moss and gourds and placed it on my crock table outside.

Wood Raisin Crate
I also brought my raisin crate inside today and cleaned it up, and then rubbed a little coconut oil on it to warm up the wood.  I recently rubbed coconut oil into my vintage wooden kitchen utensils on a post here.

Wood Raisin Crate
I added raffia to the box.

Vintage Kiltie Plaid Jug in a Fall Vignette
A vintage Kiltie plaid jug.

Fall Rustic Vignette in a Crate
Also a rustic lantern filled with gourds.

Fall Rustic Vignette in a Crate
 More gourds, mini pumpkins and Indian corn.

Fall Rustic Vignette in a Crate
Here the vignette is on my kitchen table.


But it easily moves to the deacon's bench in the foyer to bring fall color to the entrance.


Fall Wooden Crate Vignette

How is your fall decorating coming?













7 comments:

  1. The raisin crate looks spectacular with its fall decor. I like it wherever you use it!

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  2. Love the vintage wooden bowl wheelbarrow and the crate with Fall décor...so pretty!!

    ~Cindy

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  3. Gorgeous clutter..LOL....pinning. Christine from Little BRags

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  4. My Fall decorating is coming along, slowly, but it looks like you're on a roll. Love the little wheelbarrow bowl..great color.

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  5. Looks great Carlene! I'm way behind on fall stuff. Thanks for the inspirational push!

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  6. Kathe with an E sent me and oh my gosh, your blog is better than Pinterest!

    Can't wait to look more.
    Your newest fan and a fellow Minnesotan.

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