Featuring You Friday

How can it be Friday again already?! They seem to come faster and faster every week. But, since it is Friday, that means I’m featuring YOU! Fall and Halloween projects are everywhere right now! There were so many great ideas it was hard to choose! Here are a few of my faves.
My first feature comes from one talented lady!

Desiree, from The 36th Avenue created this fantastic fabric-wrapped wreath for her fall door. Stop by to see her tutorial (and be sure to do a lot of browsing while you’re there!}.
I have a minor obsession with pumpkins in the fall. Particularly this year. I’ve found myself buying all sorts of pumpkins to use in fall decorating. 
When I saw this yarn-wrapped rosette pumpkin, from Two Shades of Pink, I decided I needed yet another! Stop by to find out how to make your own.
Speaking of my pumpkin obsession, I did use a few white ones in my decorating this year, a first for me.

I love this white pumpkin and pinecone display by Shanty 2 Chic. It’s so simple, so fresh, yet so elegant. Be sure to stop by to see the full display.
Another thing I love? Burlap wreaths. 
This ball burlap wreath, from Today’s Fabulous Finds, is no exception! I love the entire display. 
I love making fun holiday snacks with my kiddos. 
Check out this cute spider web snack made over at Mom Endeavors. Stop by to see how this creative mama made them!

If you were featured today, I hope you’ll grab a button!

Scissors & Spatulas

Hope you all have a fantastic weekend! Oh yeah, and I still haven’t heard from the lucky winner of the UPrinting giveaway. If you were comment #2 (Amber) please email me so I can get you your prize! I’ll be picking a new winner Sunday if I haven’t heard from you. 

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