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Handcut Fall Leaf Wreath

I don’t own any kind of cutting machine, so when I want to do this kind of project, it means going old school – with a template and scissors! I actually find the process soothing and therapeutic once I get… Continue Reading →

6 Slow Cooker Recipes for Fall

Warm up this fall with the perfect slow cooker recipe! I’ve partnered with Crock-Pot, the original slow cooker, to share 6 festive fall slow cooker recipes. These recipes are just what you need to make dinner ahead of time, slow cooking,… Continue Reading →

Cozy Almond Pumpkin Spice Steamer

The leaves are changing and it’s getting colder outside. Grab a good book, a big mug of this almond pumpkin spice steamer, and cuddle up under a blanket for a while. This recipe from Whipperberry is the perfect fall drink to warm… Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Spice Hot Cocoa

As soon as the temperatures started cooling off a tiny bit, my girls declared it hot cocoa season once again! While we usually drink our cocoa straight-up chocolate flavor, we also enjoy experimenting with different spices and extracts. Of course,… Continue Reading →

Printing Leaf Shapes with Potato Stamps

We’re right in the middle of the fall season and the leaves on the trees couldn’t be more beautiful. It’s a perfect time to take a drive through a canyon, near the mountains, or even on maple tree lined streets!… Continue Reading →

Scrumptious Pumpkin Pie Muddy Buddies!

Who doesn’t like a big bowl of chocolate peanut butter Muddy Buddies? My husband and I can eat a whole batch in one sitting! I spotted this recipe over on the M&T Spotlight page which gives a fall twist on the classic… Continue Reading →

Wax Paper Leaf Sun Catchers

My girls love decorating the windows around our house. They are a perfect canvas for all kinds of sun catcher projects. We often make things with clear Contact paper, but this time we made beautiful stained-glass leaves with wax paper… Continue Reading →

Crochet a Pumpkin Stem Cozy

I’m on a crochet kick for October with all kinds of fun pumpkin goodies! Today I’m sharing my cozy for a pumpkin stem. Those ouchy pokey stems are never fun to hold, so I’ve crocheted a simple cozy to cover… Continue Reading →

Mouth Watering Baked Chocolate Doughnuts

These baked chocolate doughnuts from Lana of Never Enough Thyme look so yummy! They are the perfect fall treat that I found over at the M&T Spotlight. Don’t you just want to curl up with a good book while eating a few… Continue Reading →

How to Make a Canning Jar Lid Pumpkin

How cute is this little pumpkin craft that caught my eye on the M&T Spotlight page? With fall just around the corner these canning jar lid pumpkins from Sherri of About Family Crafts would be the perfect addition to a gift… Continue Reading →

Paper Scrap Fall Trees

We’re just starting to see some fall colors in our neighborhood, which makes me so happy. I love fall! Even though we’re still a few days away from the official first day of autumn, my girls and I were ready… Continue Reading →

Stained Glass Tissue Paper Fall Tree

Guest post by Jen Goode of Projects for Preschoolers Make a pretty fall tree that is beautiful window art as well. Using tissue paper and construction paper, this pretty tree craft is perfect for even the littlest hands. This is a great… Continue Reading →

Stitched Leaf Garland to Hang for Fall

There are so many gorgeous leaves falling near our neighborhood, I just had to scoop them up and make something fun. For a while now I’ve wanted to try stitching right through them and it turned out so festive! Supplies… Continue Reading →

Slow-Cooker Roasted Vegetable Lasagna

I use my slow-cooker several times a week. I’m always cooking up a double batch of beans or making chicken. I haven’t made many casserole-type recipes in my slow-cooker, but I was intrigued when I saw a recipe for slow-cooker… Continue Reading →

Craft a Patchwork Pumpkin

We seem to have an endless supply of paper and fabric scraps around our house, and I’m always looking for new ways to use our stash. With pumpkin patches and jack o’lanterns on our mind, we turned orange collages into… Continue Reading →

Crayon Resist Autumn Leaf Rubbings

We love collecting colorful leaves for leaf rubbings early in the fall, before the leaves are either too soggy or too crunchy. We usually use colored crayons to make our rubbings, but we’ve been playing with white crayon and watercolor… Continue Reading →

Fall Time with Caramel Apple Popcorn Balls

I love our M&T contributor Lindsey and so I had to share her post for Chewy Caramel Apple Popcorn Balls she made for Today’s Mama. I found this recipe over at the M&T Spotlight, and good thing I did, I… Continue Reading →

Autumn Crafts and Recipe Ebook from The Artful Parent

I’ve just caught wind of a new and fabulously crafty ebook you must get your hands on in time for fall. Jean of The Artful Parent, an amazing artist and creative genius, has come out with a new ebook: The Artful… Continue Reading →

How to Gild a Pumpkin for a Festive Fall Centerpiece

Recently I found some inexpensive fake pumpkins for my fall centerpiece, but some of them looked as cheap as the price. I decided to try dressing one up with gilding liquid–this is cool stuff! It’s easy to use, too. Here’s… Continue Reading →

Saturday Spotlight: Pumpkin Recipes

I think pumpkin is one of my all time favorite addition to recipes. I think it could literally be added to anything. In fact, I just made my mom a birthday cake and added a cup of pumpkin to a… Continue Reading →

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