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WHITE PUMPKINS~ HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!


There is something about white pumpkins that I just love.

Maybe it's that they are quiet and serene...

That they easily nestle in to most decorating styles and colors

That they are so sweet in their shabby white, pale gray and soft yellow tones

Or just that they are charming

What ever it is,
this year my love affair with those little white pumpkins has
been bigger than ever.

We did pick up the beautiful oranges for jack o lanterns
and we placed a few more wee oranges in the window boxes
for some Autumn color

Though it's mostly been the white ones that have
found themselves dotting little vignettes
here and there

I love white pumpkins and seashells


white pumpkins and flowers

or white pumpkins all by themselves

So charming!


~OR~


HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!!


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21 comments

  1. I LOVE the white pumpkins, too, but they are so hard to find around here, at least the big ones. Your vignettes are so cute, it's fun to arrange them. Now...if the squirrels hadn't gotten all of mine!

    Have a great week, Courtney!

    XO,
    Jane

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  2. White pumpkins are a favorite of mine too. Also traditional orange pumpkins are nice, white ones fit better into my home.

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  3. Beautiful... I have not seen the large white pumpkins here. I must try to grow some next summer!

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  4. Pretty little pumpkins.. I love them (white and orange)..

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  5. White pumpkins blend in pretty much anywhere. I love that shot with them against the weathered wicker chair. Anxious to see what you are up to.

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  6. LUV LUV LUV white pumpkins, too, Courtney! That's all you'll see here at Heaven's Walk! :) I think I need to grow them next year in our garden since they're so difficult to find. Btw - I HAD to PIN a couple of your photos. Soooo pretty!

    xoxo laurie

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  7. Love the idea of seashells and white pumpkins!! Next year for sure.

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  8. I, too, love the white pumpkins! They seem to emit a calmness I think ~ They are so difficult to find around here so I'm happy that you were able to obtain them and enjoy their presence.

    xo
    Pat

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  9. I have been extra white pumpkin crazy this year too and for some reason can't find them around here like I could last year. Love your pictures!

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  10. The white pumpkins are called LIttle boo, I went to a real pumpkin farm and learned all about them. I love your photos, so lovely.

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  11. Pumpkins and seashells...looks beautiful! Always enjoy your photographs!

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  12. You know I love white pumpkins too!! Beautiful.

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  13. ooooh i love the last two images!

    michele

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  14. I love white pumpkins, and your vignettes are so pretty, too.

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  15. Oh, I love white pumpkins too! Hope you had a good Halloween :)

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  16. i love this post! I just discovered these this year and am currently making a white pumpkin wreath. Will post as soon as it is done.

    MC

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  17. white pumpkins are the best I just love them

    that's all i want is white ones

    so pretty

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  18. Loving the white pumpkins! Much classier than the orange :-)
    I thought I'd let you know I've nominated you for the "Tell Me About Yourself" award :-)
    You can find out more about it here: http://emilysummers-designer.blogspot.com/2011/11/tell-me-about-yourself-award.html

    Emily
    emilysummers-designer.blogspot.com

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  19. I am in love with white pumpkins. I have only grown to appreciate them recently. They are jut wonderful, and how you displayed them is fabulous.

    Paula

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  20. So pretty ~ just love your vignettes. There were no white pumpkins to be found "in these parts" so I got some soft silvery grey/blue pumpkins this year.

    Lovely blog ~ I may join your party on Fridays soon.

    Ciao,
    Suzanne

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