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DIY Ideas: Farmhouse, Travel, Faith, Family, Autumn & Winter

DIY Ideas: Farmhouse, Travel, Faith, Family, Autumn & Winter I hope you had a great July 4th!  I just relaxed with my family. Guess what?  If you love DIY projects as much as I do, then I have some fun news and a bunch of DIY Ideas to show you. These ideas will help you plan decor for Fall, Halloween, Winter, and Christmas. There’s even faith and family ideas. I know what you’re thinking. July just started! Time flies though. {Read More}

Fall Leaves Decor Project Ideas: 20 Easy Autumn Crafts

Fall Leaves Decor Project Ideas: 20 Easy Autumn Crafts Since it’s a bit too early for the leaves to have started changing colors in most areas, you can purchase preserved autumn leaves HERE and HERE. Falling Leaves in Glass Frames DIY from stonegableblog.com Fall Leaf Wrapped Candles from maisondepax.com Fall Leaves in Decor from tidbits-cami.com Fresh Fall Leaves Wreath from brendid.com Easy Fall Leaf Candle Mason Jar Crafts from naturalbeachliving.com Leaf Bowl DIY Craft from blog.consumercrafts.com Easy DIY Fall Leaves {Read More}

Strawberry Pies, Autumn Sign + More Talk of the Town #35

Happy Tuesday, everyone!  Whether you are still wanting summer to last longer or are ready for fall, we’ve got you covered at Talk of the Town this week, with everything from fresh strawberry pies to autumn signs, to reurposed and upcycled project ideas!

Vintage Inspiration Party #212 with Autumn Thanksgiving Decor Bonus Features

Welcome back to the VIP! Along with all the vintage-inspired projects, there were some awesome autumn and Thanksgiving decor projects shared at last week’s party, so this week I selected a round-up of them as bonus features, in addition to my usual feature pick!  See them at the end of the party. Take a look at what your hosts have been up to recently! Connect with My Salvaged Treasures – Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram Halloween Junky Pumpkin Connect with Bliss Ranch {Read More}

Vintage Inspiration Party #211 – Autumn and Halloween Decor Bonus Features!

Welcome back to the VIP! Along with all the vintage-inspired projects, there were some awesome autumn and Halloween decor projects shared at last week’s party, so this week I selected a round-up of them as bonus features, in addition to my usual feature pick!  See them at the end of the party.  Special thanks to all of you who participated in the “Grow Your Facebook Followers” special event. I’ll do another one soon to help you grow your Pinterest followers too! {Read More}

Vintage Inspiration Party #210 – Repurposed Autumn Decor & More

Welcome back to the VIP! I have some wonderful repurposed autumn decor features this week, and am continuing the “Grow Your Blog Followers” special event (more on that at the end).

Using Natural Elements and Vintage Decor in Autumn Decorating

I can hardly believe it’s October already, but the calendar doesn’t lie, so it must be true.  I’m afraid to blink, or it will be Christmas!  As much as I love the cheery red decor  in my kitchen, it looked very summery, and I waited a little too long to bring it in.  It’ll be perfect again when it’s closer to Christmas, but in the meantime, I wanted some autumn decor in the kitchen. I don’t have room to store boxes {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}