This is the second week I've hop and skipped through Blog Land to see what everyone is up to, and picked out ten features. Emails told me that you liked this series, so it will continue.
Above we have Kristen over at Ella Claire with her inspiring fall table. She used her inherent creativity to design a table that wasn't hard on the old pocket book. She used natural elements and lots of candles. It has a look of elegant simplicity.
I have linked to all these posts so you can go see more.
Yvonne at Stonegable put together four great ideas for fall decorating for you to feast your eyes on all in one spot. You won't want to miss this. This woman not only can cook like an expert, she can also decorate like one as well.
Debbie over at Confessions Of A Plate Addict put together a fun and very inexpensive fall craft. I think it's cute as can be. You could bring the kids in on this one.
Head on over there and check out her pleated pumpkins. This girl has many talents. With a staff that's fabulous and "the cat's meow."
The sisters Heather and Vanessa over At The Picket Fence put together a delightful fall vignette. I love the leaves on the window idea.
And I'm a fool for old boxes. Those two are quite the talented duo. I think these girls are most certainly "going places."
Lucy over at Craftberry Bush put together a magazine-worthy mantel with a gold frame and natural botanicals. This girl knows how to put it all together with style.
I really liked what Gina over at The Shabby Creek Cottage did with these clipboards spelling out fall.
She anchored the table with a simple stack of books and some nature-inspired elements with her "fall on the wall" display. Great job, Gina!
Despite her best efforts not to cave into fall decorating just yet, Carol over at Art And Sand did indeed get in the fall decorating spirit, and put together these sweet little pumpkins.
Carol does wonderful things with color. I consider her an artist of decorating.
Ann over at On Sutton Place got her fingers sticky with Mod Podge and made up this cute pumpkin with a doily. I love this idea and may just have to copy it.
This woman has me in awe because if she isn't creating pretty things, then she's in the garden planting pretty things.
And if she's not in the garden planting pretty things, she's in the kitchen stirring up some mouth-watering dishes. Talented woman.
You're probably pretty tired from thinking about all this creativity, so I've left this delectable dessert for last. Michael Lee West of Rattlebridge Farm has managed to create a guilt-free cake! Wow, she can write great books and set gorgeous tables and cook to boot.
Well, this week we focused on fall decor and recipes, even though many of us don't have fall weather yet in our neck of the woods.
I'm getting ready to show you what fall pretties I've begun to put together tomorrow. I'm kind of getting a late start, by the looks of what I'm seeing. But no worries, I'll catch up!