Hello and happy weekend! Today I’m off on a big trip, I’ll be blogging a bit while on the road and I also have some posts scheduled during the upcoming weeks. As I’ve mentioned before we’re off to Fiji, New Zealand, and Australia, adventure awaits! Today it’s another round of Best of the Blogosphere with a few favorite projects spied around the web, they are all so inspiring for the fall season!
To create a focal point in your home, make a faux fireplace with a tutorial featured at AKA Design.
These floral wreath pumpkins are so charming for a Thanksgiving centerpiece, find how to make them at the Terrain blog.
Make cozy wool candleholders with a simple tutorial at HomeDit.
Craft faceted cheese knives for your holiday soiree with a how to at Sugar & Cloth.
I love these selenite knobs by Rain on a Tin Roof, a beautiful way to jazz up any cabinet or drawer!
Who couldn’t use more greenery around the house? Add more by making these hanging clay planters with Paper & Stitch !
Have a lovely fall weekend !
Hi Kate, I’ve been a long time reader (but I don’t think I’ve ever commented?!) from Sydney Australia. I find your blog so inspiring – I’ve painted a few sets of bookshelves thanks to you – and I wanted to wish you a safe & happy trip to my part of the world. I hope you have a wonderful time! Anne x
Thank you Anne, I’m so excited to visit your beautiful city!
Not sure how I feel about a faux fireplace, but this one looks really nice! I think I might be distracted by the gorgeous wall paper.
Oh! I love your hanging clay planters! They will definitely give a fresh, nature-friendly atmosphere to your home.