Summer has given way to the cool promises of fall and ovens are cranking up all over. I’m always ready for comfort food, but there’s nothing like the fall season to make all of my sweet and savory dreams come true. Our out of town children have already made their flight plans for the holiday so I’m getting in gear also. My plan is to start making cookie dough and freezing it and maybe even a couple of pies and cakes. Getting a head start now will give me more time to be with them and that’s what the holiday season is all about.
Last week’s party was filled with lots of baking and decorating ideas to get us started and I hope you enjoy the ones we’ve chosen to feature.
Sandra’s Favorites from Last Week’s Party
Morgan over at Morgan Manages Mommyhood shared Spooky Pumpkin Bark that wouldn’t last a heartbeat in my house. I’m sure I’d have to make a double batch.
Diana from The Dream Factory also had me drooling at first sight with her Best French Tartlets. Chocolate heaven!
Chloe’s Favorites from Last Week’s Party
How cute is this Magnolia Pumpkin from the Lolly Jane blog? So classy!
Danielle from Paint Yourself a Smile must have the most fun house on the block. Her Dead and Breakfast Sign along with the rest of the porch décor is amazing.
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Cynthia over at Clockwork Interiors shared a tutorial on How To Hand Letter-The Easy Way. This was a beautiful transformation on a garage sale find.
Thank you so much for sharing and taking time to visit each other’s links. Have a wonderful week!
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