Using wood is the simplest way to incorporate Autumn accents into your home decor. Tealight log holders are unconventional and beautiful. They can be used as Thanksgiving centerpieces and they give that rustic, cozy vibe we crave during Autumn months. How do you make … [Read more...] about How to make rustic log tealight holders
They are tasty, not too sweet and full of pumpkin goodness. You can eat them for breakfast or for a dessert. If you're planning to cut back on sugar, pumpkin crescent rolls are the way to go. They've got much less sugar than traditional pumpkin desserts, but they still taste … [Read more...] about Pumpkin Crescent Rolls
Saint Andrews Leckie Parish Church Peebles is a royal burgh located in the Scottish Borders region. It is most charming during the Autumn months. You can see hills full of brown red and yellow-colored trees. Some of them look like they've been sprinkled with the golden … [Read more...] about Visiting Scotland in the Fall. Part 1- Peebles.
I first thought about making driftwood Autumn decorations when I saw Portobello beach covered in driftwood. I previously made a mug coaster from random driftwood pieces and it turned out really good (it is unpractical, but one of a kind!). 'But why create something that … [Read more...] about DIY driftwood pumpkins!
Roasted carnival squash slices are easy to bake, 'no fuss' kind of meal. Baking squash halves or slices is the fastest way to add a bit of nutrition and taste to your Autumn dinner. Carnival squash is super easy to carve into slices because of its shape and you don't … [Read more...] about Roasted Carnival Squash slices with cinnamon and chopped chestnuts.