Hello sweet friends.  I hope your Saturday is either filled with tons of fun plans or a beautiful day of nothing – which ever one you pick!  We are spending the day doing another maple syrup tasting at a local Octoberfest.  Wish us luck.  And warmth.

I am checking in today to share some of my favorite finds across the web this week.

How stinkin’ cute is this pumpkin from Thistlewood Farms?



I shared this week that I am in soup-making-mode.  I guess I am not the only one, The Handmade Home shared this delicious soup recipe as well.




This simple DIY is so cute and simple, I can think of a ton of ways to use it.

This Halloween wall decor is one of the prettiest and most clever I have seen in a long time.

This fall table decor is just so beautiful.

And this clever DIY is as about as pretty as it gets.

We have so much coming in the next few weeks.

On Monday, I am sharing a fun video that Dana and I made together.

We are working on new packaging for our syrup and our book is starting to ship!

And….we are just about to launch our candle line!  They look and smell so pretty!  I can not wait to share them with everyone.

Thanks so much for sharing.





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  1. I came home from work yesterday and guess what was waiting for me ? That’s right your book! I was so excited. When I go to auctions I tend to gravitate towards bidding on all the old galvanized metal things. A few weeks ago I scored a double washbin on a stand and I have gotten buckets and other item over the years. I.cant wait to finish reading your book and start making some of the simp,e yet very unique projects. I think the wood shelf is my favorite. You never know I could change my mind today. The book is done so beautifully and I can’t wait to start being a maker.
    Thank you for all the inspiration.