Thursday, September 1, 2011
Fantastic Features # 12
Thank you to everyone that linked up last week. Besides having some fabulous shops, crafts, and give aways to enter, I had some very tasty posts to sink my teeth into. It was hard to pick only 7. I found as I was visiting your blogs, a sense of happiness for Fall to be here came over me. Here are some of my favorite links from last weeks linky party.
Sugar Beams and Other Half Baked Adventures linked up their Butter Rum Cupcakes.
These cupcakes look so amazing, and I must admit buttered rum and I go way back. ;) I am getting so excited about Fall and Winter, and these cupcakes sound perfect for the up coming holidays.
Speaking of up and coming Fall holidays, what could be cuter then these candy corn baby booties? Linked up by Puddintoes, I noticed they have an adorable hat to match too in this lovely Etsy shop.
Cooking With K linked up this tasty bread pudding. Bread pudding is one of my favorite desserts, but my husband is not a big fan. This recipe had me wanting a pan all for myself.
You all know how much I love jewelry and finding new ways to organize it, well Vintage Gwen
made a fabulous jewelry organizer from an old cigar box.
These Turtle Chocolate Mint Cupcakes by Mrs. Fox's Sweets just put a smile on my face. Chocolate and mint, another flavor I start craving even more then usual in the Fall and Winter.
Neko Knits shared some pretty new scrabble tile pendant necklaces. As you can tell, I have been craving all things Fall this week. With my oldest son now back in school, and feeling the chilly wind now blowing in the early morning and evening, Fall is feeling in reach. I just love how Halloween inspired this necklace is. Makes me want to pull all my Halloween items out of storage in the garage.
The Sasse Life linked up this fabulous suitcase chair. I have some old luggage in the garage that needs to see some craft love like this.
Thanks again everyone for coming and inspiring me. If you don't yet have a featured button, please feel free to button up for Fall