Hello sweet friends!
I hope this day finds you well and enjoying some fresh fall air.
Thank you so much to all of you for your support of our fall home tour this week. It is so greatly appreciated.
And, a huge thank you to all of the lovely ladies who participated this week. It takes a lot of time to pull together a home tour and I am so ever thankful that you did this with me. I could not have asked for a more talented or kind group of ladies.
In case you miss all or some of the stops, I thought I would share them with you today - all together.
This week of fall home tours has been nothing short of fantastic.
And today is going to be no different.
Stop by each of these lovely homes for ideas, inspiration and fall fun.
I have a fun project to share with you today. I am participating in the State Pride Tour with Beckie of Infarrantly Creative. She has teamed up 30 bloggers to share state themed art from their home – or home in their heart – state. Fun idea right?
And here is my project. I created a Mod Podge branch silhouette. I know, I live in NY, but my heart – my heart is in NH.
Before I share the tutorial, here are today’s stop on the Finding Fall Home Tours.
How do you fix a broken pumpkin?
With a pumpkin patch.
What did the tree say to autumn?
Leaf me alone.
You have learned something new about me today. I love a good old fashioned preschool joke.
Okay, enough of the silly jokes – today we have an extra treat because we will be visiting FOUR homes instead of just 3 of our fall home tours.
After the link I am also sharing two other fun projects so stick around!
Now lets get to the tour.
Gina of The Shabby Creek Cottage is another of the bloggers that are part of the tour that I have had the opportunity to meet. I am sure she doesn’t remember, but I gushed over her in the hall at the Haven Conference last year. She was as gracious and sweet as you would hope. Her kindness is only parallel by her non-stop DIY skills. She has worked to create every element and every corner of her lovely home with her own talent and skills. Be sure to drop by and see what kind of projects she has come up with for fall.