“Happy Fall, Y’all!” Linky Party

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October is here and I’m so excited!! What a great month. I get so excited this time of year and I just love seeing all the fun ideas for treats and crafts that just come pouring out of the woodwork.

Today is the “Happy Fall, Y’all” Linky Party, hosted by some blog pals and I! We’ve been so excited about this link-up. We have all kinds of fun things to share today, and we’re especially excited to see what you all have been up to in making this fall a fabulous one. I can’t wait to see your links!

I wanted to share some of the fun things I’ve been eying lately that I can’t wait to make. Everything I’m sharing has a Halloween theme because it is my favorite part of fall. I’ve also mixed in a few ideas that can work all fall long!

In August we moved to the south part of town and we’ve been so happy here. We have a lot of space and we have such friendly neighbors. I was really excited to decorate for Halloween this year because I got to use every single Halloween decoration I own. Last year we were in an apartment and I couldn’t use much at all. This year is so different! And I even bought two new goodies to go along with it all! My Halloween subway art from eighteen25 is sitting on my fireplace mantle and I’ve loved being able to have it out this year.

This “Boo” pumpkin has been floating around Facebook and I love the idea.  I wish I had a link to the original source so I could give credit to the creative mind behind it! I love how little work this will take to put together. It’s going to add a fun pop to my front step!

I love how easy it will be to bedazzle a pumpkin with glitter. This is such a great idea to add a little sparkle to Halloween or any fall decor. HGTV has a great step-by-step tutorial on how to create these lovelies.
We’re going to be making some serious treats at our house this Halloween! These Halloween Marshmallow Treats from Gingerbread Bagels combine the ever-so delicious rice krispy treat with chocolate and candy corns. I can’t seem to get away from that lethal combination of chocolate and candy corns! So good.

My husband loves pumpkin and he loves cinnamon rolls. Thanks to Chef in Training, I can put the two together and make a heavenly combination unlike any other. These Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Cream Cheese Frosting are going to be the perfect way to welcome fall into our house!

I plan on having a Halloween party this year, and now I definitely plan on putting the sodas in a pumpkin full of ice. Genius idea from Martha Stewart!

This Rosette Pumpkin Pillow is on my list of crafts I want to do this fall. Is this not the cutest pillow for fall? I’m in love with that pumpkin. Leave it to Girl Loves Glam to come up with such a cute idea! She’s got a ton of awesome ideas to pep up the decor in your house.

My two-year-old son is going to love helping me make these Halloween Pudding Cups from A Turtle’s Life for Me! Perfect for any kids’ Halloween activity. Let’s be honest, I’m mostly making these for me.

This elegant fall wreath is going to be such a fun project. And I love that the ribbon is placed so I can change it for different holidays. This beauty comes from Craftaholics Anonymous.

And I can’t end this post without sharing a fun cupcake! These pumpkin cupcakes from Kitchen Daily look like tiny show pieces. I’m pretty sure these should be present at my Halloween party!

“Happy Fall Y’all!” Link-Up

Ok my friends, it’s your turn to share your projects!  Let’s take a look at what you’ve been up to. I can’t wait to see your projects!

  • Link your recipes, craft, or DIY projects. Remember to link the specific post rather than your home page.
  • Be sure to take a look at what others are sharing! 

And here again are the links to the other hosts!
Elizabeth Ann’s Recipe Box
Henning Love
Harvest Home

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