Sharing a few Fall Ideas and recipes from Friends
I appreciate your visits and comments are always welcome. It is my full intention to stop by and visit each of the entries each week, might take me a wee minute, but I will get there. ♥ This week I spent time looking for outdoor and front porches to feature, hope that you will enjoy and visit the blogs and let them know what you think.
I couldnt start a better way than to share this entrance into a beautiful home full of great fall ideas and inspirations.
Just one day to rotate out summer items and change into a great entrance into Rita’s home.
A wonderful surprise from The Opulent Cottage
With an outdoor tablescape and a table covered in plaid, very popular print this year!
There are wonderful pumpkins that are made from fabrics, some are no sew
First from Coconut Survival shares Upcycled Pumpkins that are no sew.
Second from Confessions Of A Plate Addict These cute pumpkins made of burlap and twine.
A Fall Mantel starts with vintage wainscoting found at an antique store, an old windmill fits in perfectly with the addition of her favorite candle, a cute distressed pumpkin,freshly painted vintage frame decorated with pieces of cotton. She used pillows she found at TJ’s. And this against a faux fireplace.
Must Love Home-Autumn Days and Tabletops
An Autumn Tray for the dresser was created by gathering together some easy items and a mason jar for some faux roses, using thick hot glue to write the letters right on the glass. Then she used glitter glue, let the glue dry and paint the vase whatever color you wish.To the try was added pine-cones and leaves, nuts seeds and faux fruits. What a pretty tray for her bedroom.
Fall in this Michigan home is wonderful using faux foliage that were bright colors that she toned down with a copper paint. It helped tie them in with the copper rooster.
Gates of Crystal- Welcome Fall
And my last Fall Find was from Susie Harris’s Blog through Pinterest, these lovely wreaths were created on grapevine wreaths with Pheasant Feathers, White Pumpkins and filler
The Weathered Wreath-Susie Harris
This feature is from Chaotically Creative and she is sharing planters she has created for her front porch, much more to see when you visit Fall Front Porch
Our next feature is from The Daily Nest where she share some cute features including a cute rug with a black raven and corn stalks at he pillar, but theres much more to see, so stop by and check out all her photos. at The Daily Nest I love the addition of the old fashioned wheel barrel and pumpkin, how cute!!!
Our next feature comes from the Southern Seazons and has darling fall features, I love the pillow with button accents, probably made from a shirt. But you can see much more detail by visiting the Southern Seazons Blog
This Beautiful Centerpiece by wrapping twigs from a tree and reusing a coffee can to wrap them in and filled with fall flowers. I found this at the Shady Porch A very frugal way to add a bit of fall to any decor. I found this wonderful centerpiece over at DIY Show Off and just had to share it here, she has used ribbon intertwined through the birdcage with the addition of a few fall and floral and wheat picks. This is just a small sampling, she has added it to a complete table setting and it is beautiful!!! If you want to learn how to make this and view the table setting visit DIY Show Off Fall Centerpiece
Holly at Coconut Survival Created this fun Fall Wreath! Wait until you see how she made the little faces. This will welcome visitors and you can see how she made this by visiting Coconut Survival Easy DIY Harvest Wreath
Cool weather is the perfect time for caramel candles Sara at Bitz n Giggles came up with this clever and cute idea with granny smith apples and guess what for the hats, sugar cones!! Witchy-Caramel-Apples
Wouldn’t this stuffed pumpkin with cinnamon bread, apples and pomegranate seeds make a wonderful addition to a fall meal. Ramona’s creation was entered in The Taste of Home Challenge Bake Off several years ago. This rich dessert recipe can be found on Create With Joy with complete directions. Stop by and pick it up the recipe for Stuffed Pumpkin with Apple & Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding.
Partnering with me to bring you this post is Love Feast Shop
Soft and cozy velvet pumpkins made with an organic stem,these would be nice to decorate your home with.
But this is just a sample of what is available on Love Feast, they have decor items, pillows, linens and if you love to create tablescapes, Love Feast has an abundance of decor items. Stop by and visit their shop, take advantage of the 15% Discount,
Good until September 30th
The items they carry in their shop are handpicked, quality made,inspired by artists for receiving or giving.
Wonderful treasure to add to your home decor!!