Welcome to Happiness is Homemade! I’ll be hosting and choosing the features of the party for the month of September. Before we get to this week’s features, let’s check out what’s been going on here on the blog over the past few days. Be sure to head over and link up on Crafty Creators and You’re the Star Blog Hop before you go! If you missed last week’s party, you can check it out here.
I shared this lantern a part of our Under $10 on the 10th Blog Hop. You can make it for about $7!
I have quite the collection of Dollar Tree pumpkin wreath form ideas here on the blog, but this burlap one just might be my favorite. You can customize the colors to fit your home. Trust me, you can make one!
I made this pizza pan wreath and matching sign a few years ago when I first started this site. In the post I shared free PNGs that you can use with or without a cutting machine, but instead of “Give thanks” I created “hello pumpkin” so that you can use the wreath all fall long instead of only at Thanksgiving.
I’ve got some more great fall and Halloween decor upcoming, along with some free printables, so make sure you don’t miss them by following me on social media and email. Enter your email address below to get an email when I add a new post, including link parties so you never forget to link up!
Happiness is Homemade #445
I’m Niki from Life as a LEO Wife, and I’m your co-hostess for the month of September. I’m so glad that you’re here to inspire and be inspired by all of the greatness shared on this week’s party! If you missed last week’s party, you can check it out here.
This Week’s Features
This pumpkin baked brie made by Nicolle over at Our Tiny Nest is the perfect dish to bring along to all of those fall parties you’re likely to attend. It looks so cute and so easy to make!
Claire from Pillar Box Blue shared these super cute Scandinavian Halloween felt skulls that you can customize to fit your own Halloween decor style. Head over to get the full tutorial.
You will not believe how easy these crochet thread pumpkins are to make! Beth of Creatively Beth made them from thrift store finds, so they were affordable as well. You could even paint them black or dark purple to use at Halloween.
This bat and bow tree made by our own Bev over at Eclectic Red Barn is a great Halloween decoration that you can use indoors or out. It would be so cute made with longer branches sitting on your front porch this October!
Jenna from The Painted Apron created this beautiful pumpkin tablescape for a fall tablescape blog hop. It’s so lovely, and even my 11-year-old son liked it. He’s all boy, so the fact that he saw it on the screen and wanted me to choose it as a feature is high praise indeed!
On to the Party!
Thank you for joining us this week whether you are a blogger sharing your latest posts OR a reader enjoying all of the inspirational shares! Don’t forget to drop by and say hello to all our hostesses, they always appreciate your visit! Here are all of our hostesses at Happiness Is Homemade!
Linda @ A Labour of Life
Sinea @ Ducks ‘n a Row
Beverly @ Eclectic Red Barn
Katie @ Love My Messy Messy Mess
Mel @ Décor Craft Design
Niki @ Life as a Leo Wife
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