Friday, October 29, 2010

Halloween Found!

 In the madness of moving it's sometimes hard to find everything. I had a mission though, to not let this Halloween go by without having my decorations out at least for a couple of days. You can see my fabulous black cat lantern from Lori of Retro Rudolphs sitting next to my hand painted candy bucket.
 My reason? I acquired two new and beautiful pieces to add to my collection. First is the Autumn feather tree I bought from Benita Giacherio of Willow Springs Family Farm. I absolutely love, love this tree! It has various shades of Autumn and I can't wait to make some beeswax turkeys and such to hang on it for Thanksgiving. I decorated it with my favorite ornaments from Suzanne Urban and Linda Quintero, both American Holiday Artists artisans. They are amazing painters and creators of whom I'm so glad to know and work with. You can also see the adorable pumpkin candy cup from David Everett of Chicken Lips.
My second acquisition was this delightfully fun Halloween doll from Jo Dismukes of Lacey Jane Primitives. Isn't she delightful? I love her sparkly dress, her spider web lace cape, and all the little details on her. I won this sweet dolly at the PFATT blog. I must also mention and give kudos to Ginny Diezel for my 3 handsome little Halloween clowns, aren't they adorable, as well as the Holiday Queen, Melissa Valeriote for her whimsical little stacked Jack O' Lantern fella. I'm carefully adding to my collection and am looking for new work so I will be on the look out....... I hope you enjoy my budding collection as much as I do.

7 comments:

Lacey Jane Primitives said...

Thank you so much Sheryl!!!! She looks just right with your Halloween collection!!!! Enjoy!
Jo

*retro-rudolphs* said...

Thanks so much Sheryl for including my art in your beautiful Halloween displays!

Sheryl Parsons said...

You are welcome Jo! She is such a delight! Next year I will have a better way to display her. I did want to show her off though. :-)

Sheryl Parsons said...

Anytime Lori, I love this lantern you created! I want to add more of your pieces. :-)

Ginny Diezel said...

Thanks for letting the guys be part of your gang! xoxo, G.

Christine Edwards said...

You're so right, Sheryl, that tree is pretty fabulous. As are all of your decorations. Looks like you've been very busy creating all sort of wonderful things for the holidays.

Wishing you a very Happy Halloween!

anotherlinda said...

Oh Sheryl...everything looks so colorful and festive. Thank you for using some of my creations too! Happy Halloween!!! Linda