First, I loved this Window Sill Herb Garden made from recycled cans by With a Dash of Color. Such a simple idea made even more special by adding chalkboard labels and a cheery red ribbon.
Next up are these Candy Apple Popcorn Balls by Curly Crafty Mom. Aren't they adorable? Not only are they cute, but they sound absolutely delicious!
Anytime someone uses the name "Grandma" in a title, I take notice. There's just something so simple and wonderful about the way things used to be done. We have a lot to learn from these awesome older women in our lives. I love Grandma's Easiest Ever Envelope Pillows by House Honeys. They look easy enough for just about anyone to spruce up their home. I love the fabrics and trim that Doreen used too.
I do love a good cheesesteak. That's why these Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers from The Love Nerds caught my eye...all the flavor with only part of the carbs ;-)
I saw these a bit last year, but didn't take the time to look at the tutorials. Upcycled Treasures made these DIY Paper Book Pumpkins look so easy to make. Aren't they just an adorable touch on this place setting? I think she may have revealed the whole tablescape yesterday, so you'll definitely want to go check it out.
And now we've come to dessert...the one I could eat after every meal. These Nutella Swirled Brownies by The Stitchin' Mommy look like the stuff dreams are made of.
Don't forget to come back tonight at 8pm Central to link up to this week's All Things Thursday Blog Hop! We can't wait to see what you've been working on!