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I don’t know about you, but once October hits, I am so over the garden, the harvesting, the preserving of food. I am super ready to hunker down for the season and get crafting.
Usually my craft of choice has been quilting, but for some strange reason, this year I want to do ALL the crafts! I have recently had a go at both a paint & sip place with friends, and I have watched a million videos on paint pouring and just did my first one and both were loads of fun and I want to do more both!
I also found this awesome tutorial by Dianne at Hidden Springs Homestead, for these super cute Primitive Pumpkin Heads and I have been having so much fun making them!
What is your craft of choice? Would you like to see more crafts on this blog? Drop me a comment or email and let me know!
I REALLY want to know!!!
Decorating for fall is always fun. I am originally from New England, and I so miss all the fall colors and crisp autumn days that they are known for. It can be beautiful here in the PNW as well, but nothing is quite like New England in the fall.
This photo shares my favorite pumpkin of all time, the Blue Jarrahdale Pumpkin.
So I love incorporating the fall colors into my decorating, and when I saw this post shared on the blog hop, I knew I had to share it! I hope you all make a bunch of these fun velvet pumpkins to decorate with! I know I will be!
Be sure to see our featured post from last week’s blog hop, that was all about Fall Yard Decorating Ideas!
Today I chose to feature this post, Velvet Pumpkins – The Easy No Sew Version, by Fresh Vintage by Lisa S because look at them! I just love them so! I think we all need this simple velvet pumpkin craft to do this fall, and then to use it as an awesome fall decoration!
This week we have an exciting giveaway to celebrate fall! We hope that you will join in the fun! Read below for all the details!
Our winner for the giveaway was Andrea from Idaho, she won the book, e-course and maple syrup! Congratulations Andrea!
Our winner for the pdf of Sweet Maple is Laurie from Ridge Haven Homestead! Congratulations Laurie!
Thank you so much to all of you who entered! Stay tuned for future giveaways, we have more in the works! 😉
Thank you for visiting our Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop! I have teamed up with some other awesome homesteading bloggers to host this awesome blog hop! Each Tuesday this blog hop opens for you to share your posts on gardening, herbalism, crafts, homesteading, food preservation.
Feel free to share your in season posts with us and please feel free to share this blog hop where ever you like! There is a link down below for you to click on to share your posts and more info on all the rules as well.
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Chicken Fodder: The Basics of Growing Fodder For Your Flock from Lisa at The Self Sufficient HomeAcre
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How to Prepare Your Compost Bin for Cold Weather by Todd & Wendie at Unexplained Underfoot Objects
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Expanding Strawberry Beds by Runners by Melissa at Little Frugal Homestead
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Tips on Saving Your Own Tomato Seeds from Tamara at The Reid Homestead
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