I love the look of autumn decorating with bittersweet, as seen here,
but evidently we don't have bittersweet in Oregon.
If we do, I don't know where to find it!
I do love foraging in nature for things to use in autumn decor.
Here I am using rosehips in an ironstone pitcher.
My neighbor up the street has a rose bush that has grown over the sidewalk and into the street.
I didn't feel a bit guilty about clipping off some the rosehips that were growing on "public domain"!
These fall "berries" weren't foraged, they were purchased at New Seasons grocery store.
It's our locally owned chain of stores similar to Whole Foods.
I don't know what they are, but I do love their pop of fall color.
My one precaution in decorating with anything that looks like a berry
would be to make sure that any little ones in your life know not to eat them!
My grands know better.
I've never had to baby proof my house from breakable or other decorative things,
because we just teach the grands that they are "no nos".
Now the fact that my five month old grandson, (who's a premie and should be behind in development),
is already almost crawling might make me eat my words!
(Isn't he handsome?!)
Well, it's almost Friday, friends!
HAPPY, HAPPY Friday
a safe and BLESSED weekend!
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