Friday, October 29, 2010

Five On Friday










#1


A talented artist, Lucy @ Craftberry Bush dreams in color and I'm taken with what she's dreamed up for the rest of us. Her terrific post, A Show Called Fall, teaches us how we can tailor make these beautiful, decorative, paper mache Fall leaves to brighten and enhance arrangements, place settings and any environment.

#2



Give me some creepy, creamy, really yummy Monster Eyeballs on a pick this Halloween! Kathryn @ Bee In Our Bonnet shares how she turned purchased frozen mini-cream puffs into this fun treat in three easy steps. I got the makings today for my little spooks tomorrow!


#3


In need of a soft glow for your party decor? Daisy Day @ It's a Daisy Day! realized she needed to get busy. One can't help but love her Super Fast Phone Book Luminaries. These are unbelievable easy and inexpensive. Just think on Monday, (yes November 1st), we can tear out of few more pages, change the verbiage and enjoy them all month long.

#4


Here's a great idea if you're wondering what to do with all of that Halloween candy. Jen @ My Delicious Ambiguity suggests a brilliant plan. She's invited The Switch Witch over on Halloween night and the only one who may object is her family dentist! It's actually all about moderation, why not stretch those treats out over a few healthier months.

#5



I fell hard this week when I saw, Fresh Cut Flower Boxes. I'm so loving Allison Anderson's airy design, choice of extraordinary fabrics...





and her flowery machine quilting. It's backed with a soft sage minkee and ready to keep her warm all winter long. It would keep me happy too...oh, adoring these pretty colors! Meet this gifted quilter @ her blog, Strandz.


Have and inspired weekend all!









13 comments :

  1. I've already been hoppity hopping to them. These are great this week. Actually, I think they are great every week. Thanks!

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  2. Fun pics Gnee! Lovin' the eye balls, I think you could make them with donut holes too:@)

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  3. Great finds Gnee, I like the modern quilt and it really goes nicely with your button!

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  4. I look forward to this post each week. Happy Halloween! La

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  5. Cute post and thank you for visiting my blog.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

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  6. That quilt is gorgeous, and I love the idea of the cosy backing.
    We won't get a singe trick or treater because we live on a dark rural road, at the end of a long dark drive. This is the first year I haven't gone out and bought sweets 'just in case' - well, I haven't bought them yet!

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  7. Thanks so much for including my quilt. Your blog is beautiful--I'll be stalking you now!

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  8. Fun post. You always make it so cute and I love to see what you feature.

    I read your comments on Joni's blog about the witch shoes for YW. I saw them and had to make one too (in purple of course). So cute. It's a small blog world after all!

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  9. Thanks for always sharing such great ideas! I LOVE your blog! Thanks, too, for visiting mine and saying such nice things...I am HONORED!!!
    Tammy

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  10. Monster Eyeballs ~ so fun!

    PS thanks for your concern and encouraging words for our dog and his recovery from the bee stings :)

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  11. Thanks for sharing these links. I am especially excited to check out the leaf decor link, it looks fantastic.

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  12. Thanks so much for featuring the monster eyeballs! It was fun to come over and drool over your site. I've found some seriously yummy things that I have to make!!!! I might have tried to take a bite of those carmel apples, right through the screen!

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  13. Thanks so much for the feature. I'm honored and you've made my day! :)

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Thanks so much for leaving a comment. I read each and every one and they make me sing! renée

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