Tonight I'll show you my living room. Remember Cacklin' Rose? She has a new pair of glasses this year and a friendly crow perched on her finger.
Here's another photo of Rose and some of the rest of the room--you can see she's not quite as large as she appears in the first photo. The lighting in this photo is a little weird, but I was trying to capture the lights in the Halloween tree.
The "picture" on the fireplace is a fabric panel that I framed. It's just taped around the cardboard insert so I can use it as a panel someday if that's what I decide I want to do.
Remember the Halloween arrangement my friends and I made when we were on vacation? Mine is on a sofa table near the front door to greet all of our guests.
A few years ago, I made a somewhat two dimensional black cat and named him Archie--because he arches, of course! I think a blog reader helped name him; or maybe it was someone in one of my quilt classes. The little quilt in the wagon is a table runner made by a friend from the online Thimbleberries Club I used to belong to--we had a table runner swap one year. Cute, isn't it? I love seeing all the things I've collected and treasured over the years because they all seem to have a story!
Here's the witch's wardrobe, with her wig, hat, shoes, and broom. And a "photo" of her familiar black cat too. All of her things are stored neatly on top of a book shelf, awaiting her arrival. I think she's Rose's sister, because they bear a striking resemblance to one another, but I hate to be too inquisitive--she might turn me into a toad!
I think that covers the livingroom--it's really not very large. I'll show you more in the next day or two. Glad you could stop by to visit.