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Brenda has been writing since grade school. She attended journalism school where she majored in professional writing. She loves to decorate, garden, read and spend time with her Yorkies.

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Creative Bloggers Of The Week #6



Donna over at The Decorated House really knows how to deck her home out in style for fall and Halloween. 



I think if I walked through there at night and saw that spider I might just forget it isn't real.


Amy at The Blissful Bee makes her porch very inviting for neighbors passing by to climb the steps and sit a spell.


Of course you know I'd have to stop just to gaze at those pretty red rocking chairs.


Melinda at The Refeathered Roost caught my attention with the vintage "ornaments" on her Halloween tree.


And I do think it's extra pretty on top of that mirrored piece. (Those are growing on me!)


Linda at It All Started With Paint has raised the rung on her Halloween decorating. Now her indoors is just as scary as her outdoors.


That clever girl even made some gold dryer vent pumpkins for her black crows to perch on. 


Well, after all that I'm a bit thirsty. How about let's go over to Simply Suzanne's Simply Suzannes At Home and ask her to make us one of these caramel pumpkin drinks that look absolutely delicious?


If you're a bit rushed, I copied the recipe so you can make it later. The whole family will want one of these.

CARAMEL PUMPKIN
4 cups whole milk
1 (15-ounce) can pumpkin
1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
caramel sauce, home made or store bought
Garnish with whipped cream & pumpkin pie spice  
. . . and toffee bits, if you have them!
In a large saucepan, combine milk, pumpkin, condensed milk, and pumpkin pie spice, whisking well. 
Bring to a simmer over medium heat, stirring frequently. Remove from heat. 
Drizzle caramel around the rim of the glass or mug. Ladle into mugs. 
Garnish with whipped cream and pumpkin pie spice, if desired. 
Serve immediately. 


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  1. Each blogger did some fun decorating, but I have to say I am most impressed with the dryer vent pumpkins. I wish my mind thought that way.

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  2. Suzanne of Simply Suzannes at Home

    Oh my goodness, Brenda! Thank you so much for the wonderful feature!
    So happy you stopped by neck of the woods so that I could find you :0)
    I'm always impressed at the creativity out there!
    Happy Fall,
    Suzanne

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  3. Very fun stuff! Makes me want to go create something...

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  4. Brenda,

    Thank you so very much for including my home tour and dryer vent pumpkins in your features!!!! I'm honored and humbled to be included amongst so many talented and creative bloggers!

    :) Linda

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  5. It's nice when somebody, like you, will round up the best of the weeks posts. It's like one stop shopping.

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  6. Well you just know that I adore those red rockers too! And that sweet little Halloween tree, what a great way to have some Halloween decor without going all out. Wonder where we might find one of those sparkly trees. Good stuff, Brenda!
    xoxo, Andrea
    p.s. your blog looks so awesome :)

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  7. All I can say is WOW! Those women have decorated their homes to the nines for the season and they look fabulous! And did you say toffee bits and whip cream on top of the pumpkin drink? Pour me one, please!

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  8. Thank you so much, Brenda, for featuring my Vintage Halloween Tree. What a sweet and unexpected surprise. The other features are fabulous and I'm looking forward to visiting these bloggers.

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  9. I so agree that those pumpkin drinks look so yummy. Perfect for a cool fall evening.
    Cindy

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  10. Going to give that pumpkin drink a try....also going to McDonald's today for their Pumpkin Latte....they are sooo good.
    Love that Halloween tree, too...:)

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  11. Will spend a lot of the morning exploring those blogs..Thanks for sharing, Brenda

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  12. Since our move, my email is screwed up...I can receive but not send...hope to get that fixed tomorrow.
    I got your nice email and came back over to say...if you like pumpkin...you will LOVE a Pumpkin Latte.
    If I lived by you, I'd come get you today and we'd go have one...or two....or......:) I know...call Judy and ya'll go try a latte...:)
    xo

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  13. Hi Brenda,
    Lots of great ideas for enjoying Fall!
    Thanks for the feature and for coming by to see me!

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