Temps haven’t dipped a bit, and many of us are pining for fall. Is it still extremely hot in your area?
Fall, we’re so ready for you!
I received a birthday happy last week from my dear friend Deb, who shares recipes with us from time to time. Do you have a friend who has a knack for gift-giving? Yep. She’s one of those gift-givers who thoroughly thinks things through to make your gift as perfect as can be. Maybe she’ll share her recipe for that!
I had already set a fall-ish table, which you’ll see next week, and her gift was perfect for the center of that tablescape. Here’s a peek. 🙂
The ivy is inside a beautiful dough bowl!
I can remove the potted plant easily and use the bowl for something else later.
The “blessings” leaf is a wooden accent with a HobLob sticker on the back.
I don’t know if Deb put this together or if HobLob did it, but I love it! I love sunflowers and leaves and will use these things time and time again. You know I’ll do it, too!
Feel free to copy the idea and make one for yourself – now that you know to look for these fall accents at HobLob.
If you’re in the mood for fall, these projects are sure to inspire you. Read more about each one by clicking the image.
Are you craving hot apple cider already? This fun, warm, and easy project by the Juggling Act Mama will add to the enjoyment. Do you understand how badly I want to run to the sewing studio right now and drag out some tartan plaid fleece? (Hearts a-flyin’…)
I’m dreaming again of coffee laced with pumpkins pie spice. I’d put those coasters right to work!
We can’t forget Back To School! Of course, Good Housekeeping has some of the best projects. There are 30 here…along with this easy fall apple.
Jenna at The Painted Apron gives a fantastic tutorial for painting scarecrows. Not scary at all…only fun! Can’t you see these on cloth napkins for fall?
Who could ever survive fall without candy corn? (Or chocolate kisses, of course.)
And, this project by Susie at The Chelsea Project is just plain fun for any time of year. Did I say plain? Not plain at all, and a great sunflower yellow for fall! 🙂
Susie purposely set the crinkles in the fabric by letting it hang to dry after dying (of which she used tumeric!). I love that crinkly texture. Do you?
Why is it I don’t do these round-ups often enough at all? Woo-hoo, these fun projects make me as happy as a kid in a candy store!
Does all of this inspire you as much as it does me? Which ones are your favorites?