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Saturday, October 1, 2016

The Bouquet of Talent Linky Party #213

Hi friends, and welcome to the party!  Thank you so much for stopping by to join us this week.  Wow, there were so many awesome posts last week, that once again I went over my limit!  There are still so many great fall posts with awesome fall decorating and great recipes.  Check out last week's post if you missed those.  

I hope you all are having a wonderful weekend.  We actually got a taste of some amazing fall weather the past few days!  I am ready for it to stick around for awhile.  

Have a fantastic weekend, and thank you so much for stopping by to share with us this week!  

        Last Week's Most Viewed Posts:

                                  DIY Field flowers and pumpkin wreath

Penny's Vintage Home shared her gorgeous DIY fall field flowers wreath.


Angie at Crafts Unleashed shared this awesome DIY rustic barnwood fall pallet sign.

                                    Display your house number on a DIY pumpkin topiary for a festive front porch idea!

The Scrap Shoppe created this awesome house number pumpkin topiary.

                                       These fall fireplace mantel decorating ideas combine cedar wood, cotton bolls, pumpkins, lanterns and colorful fall leaves. The design is inspired by a rustic fall harvest.

              Atta Girl Says shared her gorgeous fall mantel.

                               DIY pumpkin decoratint

Debbie-Dabble shared how to add some beautiful bling to your pumpkins. 

                                       Fall decorating in the kitchen

Southern Seazons shared her gorgeous fall decorated kitchen.

                           desk makeover

From Splinter to Splendid  shared this fabulous desk makeover.

                                                crockpot ravioli casserole recipe

Yum, this Crockpot Ravioli Casserole by Lou Lou Girls is so easy and delicious. 


   I can't wait to try these Bacon Bread Dumplings by All That's Jas.

                                      cherry cheesecake dip recipe

This Cherry Cheesecake Dip by Turnips 2 Tangerines sounds so delicious.

                                          Apple Chicken Cheddar Galette - savory, perfect for dinner! | honeyandbirch.com #KitchenAidContest

Wow, this Apple Chicken Cheddar Galette by Honey and Birch looks so amazingly delicious!

                                    The perfect Fall Afternoon drink! This Maple Bourbon Coffee is Heaven in a cup!! - BusyBeingJennifer.com

     Busy Being Jennifer shared this yummy Maple Bourbon Coffee recipe.

            Featured Blog of the Week:

                                         DIY Dresser Makeover French Provincial - Thrift Diving 2

The featured blog this week is Thrift Diving, where you will find amazing makeovers and everything you need for being thrifty with your decorating decor.   Check out the gorgeous dresser makeover in the above photo. 

Congratulations to the top views this week!  Thank you so much for partying with us last week.   You can grab a featured button here!


southern seazons said...

Thank you for the feature of my Fall kitchen. As always thanks for the party every week. Hope you are having a great weekend.

Jody@Southern Seazons

Stone Cottage Adventures said...

Thank you for hosting this lovely party! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for the feature!! I will be giving you a Shout out on Google + and in my next post!!
Thanks too fro hosting each week!

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

What a nice surprise to see my fall wreath included with this weeks features....thank you! Hope you are having a wonderful weekend...hugs...

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Thank you Kathy for your Bouquet of Talent 213. Have a lovely week.

Lou Lou Girls said...

Thank you for featuring us! Lou Lou Girls

Unknown said...

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