Erin (great name BTW) from Lemon Tree Creations grabbed her little guy for some fun outdoors. They collected fall colored leaves and then she shows us how to preserve the leaves in paraffin wax. It is such a cool project and I love how she displayed them as a banner in this frame.
When I get handy with some tools (hey, it will happen), I want to make this Ballard Designs inspired paper holder Beckie made at Infarrantly Creative. She has a fantastic, easy-to-follow tutorial and I love how you gain a ton of space by essentially putting an easel on the wall. What a fun way to entertain kiddos while you cook dinner or jot down your shopping or TO DO list for the day.
Suesan at Frou-FruGal has a wonderful tutorial on how to make this copper pumpkin. I think it's the cutest and I especially love the curly wire vines and beaded leaves! This is super affordable and can be displayed for the entire season. I'm envisioning some copper petina!
This recipe for pumpkin spice waffles that Dannyelle from Life is a Party shared sounds (and looks) delectable! I'm wishing I had a waffle iron so I could make these on a Sunday morning...maybe I can turn it into a pancake recipe. :)
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