My Weekend and a Thanksgiving Song Printable

Thanks to all of you who left sweet comments about my little toy sleigh (and fake “snow”! Two of my sons, and their girlfriends participated in a “Color Run” in Little Rock this weekend, so I drove down with my oldest son to watch them. It’s a long drive, but it was so nice to take the weekend off and just relax. I even resisted the urge to bring any kind of project with me to work on, so I would have no {Read More}

Inexpensive Rustic Fall Centerpiece – Home for Fall

Every year at this time, I have to wear blinders when I go into stores, because we have lots of fall and winter birthdays in our family, and if I hope to put a Thanksgiving meal on the table and have any presents under the tree, I can’t spend money on ready-made decor. So when I found out that Hometalk was hosting a “Home for Fall” blog hop, I wanted to participate, but I challenged myself to do it without buying a single {Read More}

Vintage Inspiration Party #207- Autumn Decor and More!

Welcome back to the VIP! Autumn decor is busting out all over in Blogland, and we loved all the links you shared last week! Choosing just a few was difficult!

Farmhouse Autumn Decor and Project Ideas

  It’s been a while since I’ve done a Farmhouse Friday post, but I think autumn is an easy time to decorate with farmhouse style, because of the abundance of natural elements like pumpkins, foliage and pine cones that are so easy to find, and they all have that cozy look a farmhouse should have. I’ve rounded up some wonderful and fairly easy Autumn decor ideas that won’t break the bank that I think you’ll love. Let’s get started! One {Read More}

Ushering in Autumn Mantel and Wood Slice Letters

Did you know that autumn, winter, spring and summer all have 1 thing in common, aside from being seasons?  Can you guess what it is? They all have 6 letters in them! So, who cares, right? Wrong! You can get double duty out of the project I’m sharing today, because I made some wood slice letters to display as part of my autumn mantel decor, and since wood slices have 2 sides, you can put the letters for one season {Read More}

Autumn Moments Coat Rack Sign

It’s still a little over a month before Autumn officially arrives, but we took our middle son back to his college over the weekend, and that means that summer is basically over for my family and we’ll get back to our usual schedules and work now.  I’m sad summer is coming to an end, but I do love autumn. It’s a season so rich with wonderful smells, beautiful sights and yummy things to eat. When you think of autumn, what images immediately {Read More}

Enamelware Pie Pan Pedestal Stand and a Beautiful Autumn Day

Any fellow lovers of vintage enamelware out there? Enamelware immediately makes me think of an old farmhouse kitchen, and I never walk away from a reasonably priced piece. Many are retired from cooking and baking service, because of their condition, and those are the ones that make their way home with me! …

Repurposed Overalls Autumn Wall Pocket Alternative Wreath

Our Junkers United team has been at it again, turning old junk into funky, unique decor and useful things.   This time our focus is on FALL! If your a new visitor – WELCOME! I’m Angie, the author behind the old stuff here at Knick of Time and owner of the Knick of Time online market.   ~You can see all my Repurposed Vintage projects HERE,  ~view the progress of our farm-country home remodel HERE  ~and get my free printable Antique Graphics HERE. You can {Read More}

Antique Graphics Wednesday – 6 Autumn & Halloween Songs

I’ve come across some wonderful music for autumn and Halloween that are just in time for some fall crafting. The first 2 are from a 1908 school song book called, “American School Songs”. The next 2 songs were from a children’s song book called, “The Music Hour”. This song came from a 1920;s Etude music magazine. I’d love to hear this song played!  This last song is in both German and English and has a copyright date of 1892. I {Read More}

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