Jeweled Pumpkins Star in a Fall Fairytale

Oct 28, 2009 by

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With the pumpkins ready for an instant carriage transformation, our fairy godmother started gathering baubles and regalia to adorn a needy goddaughter.  While she had no diamonds, emeralds, or rubies, she knew that with love and a wave of her magic wand, the rhinestones, pearls, and brass would transform into glittering beauty.

“Oh!  I must be getting old and forgetful!” the fairy godmother cried.  At the last minute, she pulled out her trusty antique alarm clock and set the bells for midnight.  “An ounce of preparation is worth a pound of magic dust,” she proclaimed.

However, our fairy godmother knew she was missing something else in her planning.  What could it be?  Chime in to help her remember what she’s missing, and tune in tomorrow for the final chapter of this fall fairytale.

(P.S.  If you don’t have time to carve your pumpkins for Halloween, why not adorn them with a few of your choice costume jewelry pieces?   Your dark sapphire and onyx pieces would look spooktacular!)

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16 Comments

  1. Those baubles look especially breathtaking on that pumpkin. Or does the pumpkin look especially breathtaking in those baubles?

    Kelly
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  2. Such a good idea! This is a well-told story and I cannot wait to find out what happens next!

  3. Allen

    Beautifully styled, and a story fit for my sons bedtime readings :) I shall stay tuned, and memorized.

  4. Loving this story…may I please have an autographed copy of the book?

  5. i’ve never seen such an elegant pumpkin. i love the white and the moss and everything. i can’t wait until tomorrow …

  6. That is beautiful!

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