Happy Thanksgiving

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

I just wanted to share what I’m most thankful for this Thanksgiving …family. #miracles

blessing

I’m officially a grandma! Baby A was born November 25th and ohmygosh is he ever sweet! He and mama are doing well and being released from the hospital today. My heart is filled with joy! They’ll be staying with us for a few weeks (guest room/nursery). It feels more like Christmas morning! 

Roeshel @diyshowoff

May your Thanksgiving be filled with family, fun, lots of food, laughter, love and many blessings! Thank you all for your prayers, support and encouragement. I’m so thankful for your friendship! xo Gratitude

Thanksgiving Inspiration from That DIY Party

I love keeping up with your pretty and creative ideas linked up each week. Today I’m featuring some beautiful Thanksgiving inspiration from That DIY Party {in no particular order}. So many great ideas. So much talent. Visit the links for all of the details. Make some new friends!

That DIY Party Thanksgiving Highlights @diyshowoff

Simple Rustic Table Setting at Love Grows Wild

Holiday-Table-Setting @lovegrowswild

Thanksgiving table two ways at Frazzled Joy

Thanksgiving table @frazzledjoy blog

Glitter Indian Corn Place Cards at Oh My – Creative

Glitter-Indian-Corn-Place-Cards @ohmycreative  

Thankful tin can luminaries tutorial at Dwelling in Happiness

Thankful luminaries @dwellinginhappiness  

Thanksgiving Tablescape at Delineate Your Dwelling

and a Thanksgiving day clay banner

Thanksgiving-Table @delineateyourdwelling

Natural Leaf Charger at An Extraordinary Day

visit her beautiful Woodland Thanksgiving Tablescape too.

Tutorial-to-Create-a-Natural-Leaf-Charger @AnExtraordinaryDay

 Gilded Acorn Napkin Rings at Hello Little Home

DIY-gilded-acorn-napkin-rings @hellolittlehome

 

Wood Candle Holders at Love Create Celebrate

wood candleholders @lovecreatecelebrate

How to Expand a Dining Table at Tiny Sidekick

and glitter gold leaf garland tutorial

how-to-expand-a-dining-table @tinysidekick

 

Falling Leaves Art at Desert Willow Lane

falling leaves art work @desertwillowlane

 

Give Thanks Turkey Slat Sign at Home Made Interest

Give-Thanks-Turkey-Slat-Sign @homemadeinterest

Thankful Table at Lovely Livings

thankful table @lovelylivings blog

 

Natural Fall Tablescape at Restoration House Interiors

Natural Thanksgiving Tablescape @restorationhouseinteriors

 

Thanksgiving Place Card Napkin Wraps at Our Pinteresting Family

thanksgiving place card napkin wraps @ourpinterestingfamily

20 Thanksgiving Traditions at LouLou Girls

Thanksgiving Family traditions @loulougirls

Thanksgiving at Southern Seazons

Thanksgiving @southernseazons

 

DIY Harvest Sign at Decorating Cents

DIY harvest sign @decoratingcents

 

2 Thanksgiving Mantels at Patina Paradise

Thanksgiving mantel @patinaparadise

 

Gratitude Jar at Our Peaceful Planet

gratidude jar @ourpeacefulplanet

Thankful Sign at Clockwork Interiors

Thankful Sign @clockworkinteriors

Thanks so much for sharing your creativity, friends! xo You can link up at That DIY Party every Sunday through Friday here

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Remember to pin from the original source of visit the That DIY Party Highlights Pinterest board and re-pin from the original source there. Enjoy the day! 

That DIY Party Pinterest Board

So thankful for YOU!

Whether you’re celebrating Thanksgiving or not ~ Thank YOU! I’m so thankful and so blessed by so many things, including your friendship, support and encouragement. Wishing you a day filled with happiness, blessings, family, good memories, fun traditions and lots of food!

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Eat Drink Thank Full printable

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Happy Thanksgiving to my awesome U.S. blog friends and ‘thank you’ to my world wide friends. xo

Charlotte’s Christmas Tree for the Christmas Tree Contest 

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Thanksgiving and Fall Round Up

There’s nothing like the last minute {oops!} but I wanted to share some beautiful Thanksgiving and Fall inspiration from the That DIY Party links with you from some pretty amazing blog friends. Enjoy!

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Need even more Thanksgiving inspiration?

Thanksgiving and Fall highlights

I’ve been pinning from the weekly link parties. See more Thanksgiving and Fall inspiration at the That DIY Party Pinterest board and to pin from the original source. 

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That DIY Party Highlights – Fall & Thanksgiving Ideas

One prominent theme to the links in That DIY Party this time of year is fall. I love these beautiful ideas and decorating for some perfect Thanksgiving inspiration:  Thanksgiving DIY

Fall Home Tour at So Much Better with Age

fall-table at So Much Better with Age  

Fall fun at Reposhure Studio

fall decorating at Reposhture

Cute felted acorns (no wool/no water) at Carolyns Homework

felted acorns at Carolyns Homework

Rustic pumpkins at DIY Swank

rustic pumpkins at DIY Swank

DIY Fall branches at Lilacs and Longhorns

DIY fall branches at Lilacs and Longhorns

Simple hydrangea pumpkin arrangement, setting a fall table at DaisyMaeBelle

Pumpkin-hydrangea-arrangement at DaisyMaeBelle

also, a DIY wheat wreath

fall wheat wreath at DaisyMaeBelle  

Paper Leaf Wreath at Nalles House

Paper Leaf Wreath at Nalles House  

Fall at the Wood Grain Cottage

fall at the Wood Grain Cottage

Fall decorating at the Turquoise Home

Fall-Dining-Room-Tablescape-at the Turquoise Home  

Free HARVEST printable at DIY Swank

Harvest.Banner.Printable at DIY Swank

Thanksgiving Table at Kathe with an E

thanksgiving table at Kathe with an E

Thanksgiving table at the Happy Housie

HappyThanksgiving-Tablescape-at-thehappyhousie  

See more DIY:

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And within the theme of being thankful, thanks to you and these talented blog friends for linking up their inspiring creativity and hard work each week. :) 

Silhouette Portrait Giveaway

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.

The winner is: Rebecca!

One of you will get an early Christmas!

Big things comes in small packages! There’s a lot of power and creative assistance packed into this little machine! I’m hosting a Silhouette Portrait giveaway this week! So fun!!! One lucky DIY Show Off winner will receive:

Silhouette Portrait giveaway @DIYShowOff

What is a Silhouette Portrait?

It’s an electronic cutting tool for personal use, similar to the Cameo but on a smaller scale. It’s like a home printer and it plugs into your computer with a simple USB cable. However, instead of printing it uses a small blade to cut paper, cardstock, vinyl, fabric and more up to 8 inches wide and 10 feet long. The machine also has the ability to register and cut printed materials.

See more details at Silhouette America. I seriously love my Silhouette. I use it all of the time, my favorite being vinyl stencils for DIY signs but for lots of other projects too {my Silhouette projects}.

Silhouette Cameo projects

I’ll be sharing a project and and if you don’t win {winner to be announced first thing Friday} – there will be a special promotional using the code ‘SHOWOFF’ on Black Friday!

Want to know how to enter, already? Cut to the chase, you say? Here you go:

  • Leave a comment on this post about why you’d want a Silhouette Portrait. What types of DIY projects do you have in mind?

Additional entries: {Leave a comment for each entry}

  • Thank Silhouette America by following them on Pinterest {awesome project inspiration!} 
  • Like/follow DIY Show Off DIY Show Off - FacebookDIY Show Off - TwitterDIY Show Off - Pinterest DIY Show Off - G+and share this giveaway. Leave a comment with a link to each of your shares or tag @DIYShowOff. Thanks, friend!

*This giveaway is sponsored by Silhouette America. The views and opinions expressed here are based on my own personal experiences.Giveaway starts today 11/19 and ends Thursday, 11/23 at midnight EST. Winner will be chosen randomly and announced Friday, 11/24/12 and must respond to being notified within one week or another winner will be chosen. Product will ship from Silhouette America and is open to USA residents only. GOOD LUCK!  **FOR EVEN MORE CHANCES TO WIN, visit these blog friends hosting giveaways too!

*I was not compensated for hosting this giveaway, although I am a Silhouette affiliate. Opinion and experience are my own. See full disclosure here

DIY Project Parade

Welcome to another week of DIY! I’m guessing this week DIY will include cleaning, cooking and prepping for Thanksgiving for my US friends. It’s a busy week for me too. Baby girl’s 20th birthday, Thanksgiving and a giveaway tomorrow that you’re NOT going to want to miss. Someone is getting an early Christmas gift!

This past week, I turned an old thrift store framed art print into Thanksgiving decor with a sweet reminder to “give thanks”…

give thanks wall art

I also wanted to share about the Better Homes & Gardens – Get Cozy, Give Back event. Cozy blankets, snuggling…Lalka was more than happy to do her part. Submit photos to the BHG Live Better Facebook page. The more participants and cozy photos, the larger the contribution will be made to Children’s Miracle Network.

Lalka

  1. Purchase a Better Homes and Gardens new soft Sherpa throw, royal plush blanket, or faux fur comforter set {WalMart}. That’s where I got the one shown above.
  2. ‘Like’ BHG Live Better Facebook page. 
  3. Fill out entry form & upload your photo including a cozy BHG blankie/throw between now and 12/18.
  4. Each photo submission helps make a charitable contribution to Children’s Miracle Network ($500 for every 250 photos submitted, max of $2k).
  5. Share your photo submission to friends & family via FB, Twitter & email.

Now, let’s get this party started! Show off your latest DIY project! I’ll be showing off your links all week, follow along:

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2. This blog linky party is for DIY projects only. Links not related to DIY will be deleted. Please share your link one week only.  Please do not link recipes, giveaways, linky parties, promotions or a collection of inspiration. 

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*I received a WalMart gift card to purchase a BHG throw blanket to help promote BHG’s Get Cozy, Give Back event.  

Thanksgiving decorating {thrift store art print becomes Thanksgiving reminder}…

We don’t host Thanksgiving dinner. We’re lucky to be guests. So, Thanksgiving decor is minimal at the DIY Show Off home but I did want to share how I turned a $4 print called “Nostalgic Autumn” by Eric Sloane into something I love hanging in our home this time of the year. Our thrift stores have huge framed outdated prints in “fair” condition on occasion. It’s not something I’d normally choose, but the the colors and autumn farm theme is perfect for our dining room. I decided that adding the words “Give Thanks” ensures that once a year, I will hang this print. And every time I look at the words “give thanks”, I take a moment to thank God for our many blessings.

Give Thanks vignette

What I did:

easy DIY Thanksgiving wall art

  1. Old framed print {thrift store}. Mine wasn’t in the best of shape. There were scratches on the print, etc. but we embrace imperfection around here, therefore it’s “perfect”. {You may want to check to see if your print has value before altering it.}
  2. Decide where lettering will be placed using a level or ruler.
  3. Apply a piece of FrogTape Delicate Surface. It works on freshly painted surfaces (24 hours) so it’s a good option for sticking lightly to an old art print. I did not rub the tape to adhere since I’m not painting. I’m using it as a guide/straight line.
  4. Write quote or words with chalk or use a stencil.
  5. Go over chalk words with a Sharpie/permanent marker. Be care of smudging with your hand, work from left to right {or I guess if you’re left handed, it might make sense to work from right to left…which ever way your hand won’t smudge the area you’re working on}.
  6. Carefully peel away FrogTape. Continue drawing letters that fall below the level line, wipe away chalk.

farmhouse Thanksgiving dining room

I love the every day reminder to “give Thanks”, especially this time of year. What do you think? Have you seen large art prints at the thrift store or yard sales that with a little DIY touch or accent would work for your seasonal decor?

DIY Thanksgiving wall art This is a sponsored post brought to you by FrogTape. The opinions are completely my own based on my own experience. 

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3rd Annual DIY Holiday Highlight Party #1

It’s that time of year…time to start thinking of the approaching holidays. This year I’ve decided to host a 3rd annual DIY Holiday Highlights linky party since the past couple of years have been such a success…and we all love having DIY holiday ideas from blog friends grouped together, right?

DIY Holiday Highlights

The party welcomes DIY related to Thanksgiving and after that, our family celebrates Christmas so that’s what you’ll see from me. My brother and sister-in-law host our Thanksgiving family gathering every year so no prep at our home, other than putting together a yummy dish to share. And I’m not ready to decorate for Christmas just yet, but I am already thinking of holiday crafts and handmade gifts, how about you?

To kick off this year’s holiday event, I actually did decorate a little for Thanksgiving. But then discovered I left my camera’s battery charger on vacation. {I should probably return to Florida to retrieve it, especially since it went from 70 degrees yesterday to in the 30s today. #sonotafanofcoldweather} So I tried the ipad camera, but not much luck. Here’s a look at what I’ll share more of when my new battery charger arrives…

thanksgiving cornucopia

I went through last year’s DIY Holiday Highlights parties and chose from favorite linked up oldies but goodies for Thanksgiving that I find just as inspiring this year as last. Please pin from the original source by clicking the link. I know these ladies would love your visit, comment and pin from their archives.

In 2011, Aimee from It’s Overflowing shared one of my favorite Thanksgiving tablescapes…whimsical and natural.

It's Overflowing 2011 Thanksgiving tablescape

I love the blue velvet pumpkins and gold accents of Thanksgiving table 2011 that Shannon from Anythingology… anythingology thanksgiving table 2011

2011 at The Gathering Place: a vintage feel, a frame within a frame and a Thanksgiving {year round} message… 

The Gathering Place Thanksgiving vignette 2011

Back to 2012: GIVEAWAY ALERT! Amanda from Mommy Is CooCoo is giving away one of her beautiful DIY ornament wreaths. I won last year and I have to tell you – it’s gorgeous! You’ll be seeing it in my Christmas decorating this year. She also shows you how to make your own ornament wreath. {Thanks, Amanda!}

ORNAMENT WREATH GIVEAWAY

Christmas ornament wreath giveaway at Mommy is Coocoo

DIY Holiday Highlights

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  • Please link back to this party in some way {permalink or the grab the button html from the side bar}.
  • By linking up you give permission to be a favorite holiday feature {with a link back your site}.
  • I will share links to your post on Facebook, Twitter, G+ and Pinterest. Feel free to do the same! Thanks!



DIY Fall Festival Linky Party ~ Autumn/Thanksgiving Highlights

The past week sure has flown by! Sorry for the late start today to the DIY Fall Festival, a little chaos on the technical end. Last week’s Fall party was filled with so much inspiration! WOW! You all are so awesome! Here are some Thanksgiving/fall highlights…

I love the fall living room changes from Marty at a Stroll Thru Life…perfect for fall and so cozy!

a stroll thru life - fall  autumn living room

There’s still time to whip together this beautiful harvest circle felt leaf pillow, something you’ll cherish every year. Great tutorial at The Sweet Survival.

harvest circle felt leaves accent pillow - The Sweet Survival

Tricia from Simplicity in the south shares her sweet fall decorating and a free printable Thanksgiving banner – great way to dress up your existing Thanksgiving decor. Thanks, Tricia!

fall decor and thanksgiving printable - Simplicity in the South

Got something AUTUMN/FALL/THANKSGIVING related to share? Time to show off!

DIY Show Off Fall Festival Party

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  • By linking up you give permission to be a favorite fall DIY feature {with a link back your site}.
  • I will share links to your post on Facebook, Twitter, G+ and Pinterest. Feel free to do the same! Thanks!



This week will be the last DIY Fall Festival of the season. Thanks so much for linking up and sharing your autumn DIY projects. Your projects are such an inspiration to many! Next week is the week before Thanksgiving and the DIY Holiday Highlights party starts…I can’t believe the countdown to Christmas is on! Don’t worry…Thanksgiving DIY posts can be linked up too and highlights for the next two weeks will be Thanksgiving related so bring it on! :)

DIY Holiday Highlights

* Thank you SO much to Heather from Larissa Hill Designs for the sweet feature today!

DIY Fall Festival

I‘m still loving the beautiful fall inspired DIY projects linked up every week.  Thank you so much for sharing!  Here are some highlights from last week’s party with some beautiful DIY ideas:

Whimsical Autumn Nature Tablescape

Gorgeous!
Fun Fall Table Runner
Beautiful fall colors…
FALL TABLE RUNNER
MORE fabulously festive printables at 
Natural, vintage mantel 
{my style – neutral and so pretty}
Warm and welcoming fall decor

This new to me site that I’m loving…
Tablescapes by Diane
Click above to see oodles of tablescape inspiration!

And lastly, visit Leasa at
Funkymom Cards
to see a beautiful chair transformation and a sweet pillow reminder, perfect for this time of year…

Let’s see what you’ve got for FALL!

The DIY Show Off



Rules: FALL ONLY (Autumn, Halloween and Thanksgiving)!  Regular DIY Project Parade HERE and Christmas HERE

•Create a blog post about an Autumn/Fall project that YOU HAVE CREATED. Feel free to include a past link, however please make a note on a recent post about the DIY Fall Festival to invite everyone over to join in or to search the collection of fall inspired ideas.

•Add your project title to Linky party below.  (example: House # Pumpkins)

•Type in the permalink address, not your basic blog address. A permalink is the address that links directly to your specific post. (example: http://thediyshowoff.blogspot.com/2009/08/house-number-pumpkins)

•Please add the DIY button or link to the party in your post to share the party with your readers.

•Although a tutorial is helpful, it’s not required. It just must be your project.  Please only link up same project once to one party.

•If you notice that you’re link disappeared, please make the correction according to the rules above and re-link!
• By adding your link, you give the DIY Show Off permission to highlight your project in a future post. Enjoy and be inspired!

HAPPY FALL! (oops! sorry for the delay in opening the party!)

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DIY Fall Festival

The DIY Show Off
There’s freezing rain coming down here and like I mentioned yesterday, I’ve moved on to Christmas (we’re not hosting Thanksgiving dinner). I still consider November up until Thanksgiving Fall so let’s take a look at some awesome Autumn related posts perfect for Thanksgiving  inspiration from previous DIY Show Off Fall Festival parties. Then link up your Fall posts if you’re still enjoying leaves and Fall colors, pumpkins and harvest time! I still need some Thanksgiving inspiration as a guest at my family’s traditional get together! Click the links to visit the original source.  
I love the vintage feel, the frame within a frame and the message…
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A quick easy swap in a frame and you’re all set! Love it!
I love the handmade Scrabble tiles and sweater pumpkins! 
Dreamy fall mantel ~ love every pretty little treasure.
Natural elements and textures are my favorite. So pretty!
No exception this year!
Isn’t this so pretty? 
Happy Veteran’s Day!
11/11/11
“Freedom is never free.” -Author Unknown
Let’s see your Fall related DIY! 

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Rules:

•Create a blog post about an Autumn/Fall project that YOU HAVE CREATED. Feel free to include a past link, however please make a note on a recent post about the DIY Fall Festival to invite everyone over to join in or to search the collection of fall inspired ideas.


•Add your project title to Linky party below.  (example: House # Pumpkins)

•Type in the permalink address, not your basic blog address. A permalink is the address that links directly to your specific post. (example: http://thediyshowoff.blogspot.com/2009/08/house-number-pumpkins)

•Please add the DIY button or link to the party in your post to share the party with your readers.

•Although a tutorial is helpful, it’s not required. It just must be your project.  Please only link up same project once to one party.

•If you notice that you’re link disappeared, please make the correction according to the rules above and re-link!

• By adding your link, you give the DIY Show Off permission to highlight your project in a future post. Enjoy and be inspired!

DIY Fall Festival ends the Friday after Thanksgiving. 

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Thanksgiving Highlights and the DIY Fall Festival

Thanksgiving is one week from today. Time flies.  We won’t mention the countdown to the next holiday.  It makes me panic.  But, in honor of Thanksgiving next week…here are some Thanksgiving highlights from last week’s DIY Fall Festival.
First, there were some delicious looking, mouth watering dessert recipes and if you’re looking for a great idea, here is the link:  Fall Desserts.
Beautiful special Thanksgiving Table at Moore Minutes.
Perfect Thanksgiving Banners:
G R A T I T U D E
T H A N K F U L

 So thankful for Today’s Fabulous Finds 
Thank you, Janet!
 
My favorite Fall Mantel at Finding Home Online.  Harvest. Perfect.
Beautiful.  My inspiration for next year when I have a mantel in the dining room!
Another stunning Thanksgiving table…

And a Thanksgiving chalkboard from Finding Home Online.  I love the Fall quote and what a beautiful chalkboard and frame.  (Dear Santa…)

Let’s see your DIY fall ideas! Show off!

Rules:
  • Create a blog post about an Autumn/Fall project that you’ve done
  • Add your project title to Linky (example: House # Pumpkins) by clicking the “YOUR NEXT” prompt.
  • Type in the permalink address, not your basic blog address. A permalink is the address that links directly to your specific post. (example: http://thediyshowoff.blogspot.com/2009/08/house-number-pumpkins)
  • Please use the DIY button (code provided on the side bar) or link to this post to share the party with your readers. The DIY Show Off practices courteous blog etiquette.  If you’re linking up to the parties at the DIY Show Off, please share a link in your post back to the party so your readers can see all of the great DIY ideas linked.  It’s not fair when almost everyone does it correctly (sharing the entire party including all links) and a few don’t share.  I haven’t been very strict with the rules but I do notice when a blogg
    er links up and readers head over to see your awesome-ness and it’s one-sided.  Please party nice.  If you’re not familiar with linky parties, please feel free to ask for help at thediyshowoff@gmail.com.  Thank you!  :)
  • If you notice your link has disappeared, please make the corrections by follow ing the steps above to re-link.
  • Although a tutorial is helpful, it’s not required. Anything DIY – autumn related is permitted.
  • Enjoy and be inspired!
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Thanksgiving Tablescape and DIY Fall Festival

Given that our house is a DIY project-in-progress in several rooms type of disaster (my dining room included), we didn’t offer to host Thanksgiving dinner this year (thankful for that).  No doors on the kitchen cupboards, sawdust and tools, paint cans and piles are not the ingredients for an inviting, warm Thanksgiving atmosphere. However, last week I just had to take a moment when Mr. DIY wasn’t looking to do something pretty.  So, I set about setting the table for a pretend Thanksgiving dinner.  A little dining room table harvest dress up…

I was just standing back to admire and tweaking here and there.  Re-arranging and dreaming of candlelight, swirling scents of roast turkey, cranberries and pumpkin pie and happy smiling guests…

Orange, bronze and white with turquoise blues…

My burlap wreath (tutorial here) has a new seasonal position as pumpkin partner and is decorated with tucked mini pinecones and pumpkins…

And then Mr. DIY yelled, “I can’t do this project with Martha Stewart all over the dining room!!!” and before I could perfect it, before I could finish decorating or place silverware, napkins and placecards, I had to put my decorative pretties away, clear the workspace and grab a Dremel tool (after I snuck in snapping a few photos – just for blog’s sake and in order to show you a light turquoise/orange/bronze and white color scheme). 
The end. 



Let’s see your DIY fall ideas! Show off!

Rules:

•Create a blog post about an Autumn/Fall project that you’ve done

•Add your project title to Mcklinky (example: House # Pumpkins)

•Type in the permalink address, not your basic blog address. A permalink is the address that links directly to your specific post. (example: http://thediyshowoff.blogspot.com/2009/08/house-number-pumpkins)

•Please use the DIY button or link to this post to share the party with your readers.

•Although a tutorial is helpful, it’s not required. Anything DIY – autumn related is permitted.

•Please follow all steps above or your link will be deleted. If you notice that you’re link disappeared, please make the correction according to the rules above and re-link!

•Enjoy and be inspired!

See ALL FALL festivals for more autumn inspired DIY projects.

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