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…
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!
“Freedom is never free.” -Author Unknown
Let’s see your Fall related DIY!
•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.