Happy Friday! I hope you all had a wonderful week!
I was fighting a horrible cold for the first half of the week, which is never fun. Fortunately, so far, no one else in my family has gone down with it. Fingers crossed it stays that way!
In happier news, earlier this week, I (along with 25 other bloggers) kicked off the Deck the Home Blog Hop! If you are looking for inspiration for DIY projects and holiday core, you don’t want to miss it. This week our theme was door decor. So, hop on over to my post to not only see my own holiday wreath, but all 25 other projects.
Spoiler alert – our theme next week is DIYs using wood.
Now on to the party!
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Oh my goodness, this pumpkin cheese cake that Marilyn from Marilyn’s Treats shared last week had me drooling all over my laptop. I can’t wait to try it.
I love to transform old things into something new and fresh. This wicker ottoman looks gorgeous and I love how Angela from Simply Beautiful by Angela gave it a whole new life!
I absolutely love Jolena’s decorating style! She has shared some lovely photos of her home decorated for autumn. As much as I love Christmas, I hate to rush through the Thanksgiving season. So, I love seeing her pumpkins and pinecones still out. Be sure to check it out over at While I Linger.
My feature is a tutorial on Fall Leaf Rubbings from Lisa on Hubpages.com. Lisa’s kids had fun rubbing fall leaves their grandmother sent them since they don’t have many leaves in Las Vegas, but I love the idea of knowing how to actually rub leaves opens up a whole new way of creativity in crafting! Imagine the possibilities using other materials – like clay, foam sheets and fabric for leaf rubbing! It’s not just for kids!
I am a fool for fall so when I saw this photo essay by Carol of The Red Painted Cottage I knew instantly that I had to share it with you all! And to top it off she went to the Frederick Meijer Gardens to snap those gorgeous photos.
Our most popular post this week goes to Katrin from Northern Feeling for these gorgeous Simple Framed Glass Holiday Floating Signs. If you haven’t checked them out, you must! I’m pretty sure I’m going to be making some of these for myself this coming season.
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