Who says carving pumpkins is just for kids? Skip the Jack-o'-lanterns and make a DIY pumpkin keg instead! Who says carving pumpkins is just for kids? Skip the Jack-o'-lanterns and make a DIY pumpkin keg instead! But, you can choose to fill up this pumpkin with a virgin drink as well, so the whole family can enjoy! Head to She Knows for directions.
Using apples as place card holders is an inexpensive and simple way to add some fall to your table. They’re perfect for any autumnal party, whether it’s a fall bridal showers, engagement party, dinner party or Thanksgiving. They also make great party favors for guests to take home and enjoy. You can add a cinnamon stick to each apple as well, for an additional fall touch! Head to Stylish Spoon for more instructions and ideas on how to assemble your apple place cards.
The next time you head to the super market this fall, don't just scope out the perfect butternut squash for your homemade soup - find one that's perfect for turning into a centerpiece for your table, too!
Getting creative with nature's seasonal harvest is always fun, but there's something special to be said about doing this in the fall when natural decor is top of mind. Celebrations expert Julie Mulligan shared these three easy craft ideas with us and we can't think of anything better to adorn our Thanksgiving table or the stairs in our entryway this fall.
Using fruits and veggies that are in season is best, but so too is finding the ideal vessel for your flowers. She found artichoke, butternut squash and asparagus are ideal options. Head to Celebrations.com for directions!
Since I’m on such an apple cider kick this fall, thought I would end this week of apple recipes with a fun presentation idea….apple cups!
These are really much simpler than they look, and are such a charming way to enjoy your favorite apple cider! The only requirements are some apples, a paring knife, and a spoon. (Although if you have a melon baller, it’ll make the scooping slightly easier! Cute, delicious, and nutritious! Head to Gimme Some Oven for directions.
Chocolate covered pretzels are pretty much universally loved by all my friends and family. Candy Corn on the other hand is not. I enjoy the cute Halloween Candy, however many people wont touch it. So what did I do...I decided to make candy corn colored chocolate covered pretzels and it was a success.
These pretzels are perfect as a party favor or as a dessert/snack to serve up to guests. Head to Baked Perfection for directions on how to make these delcious fall treats.
These festive fall treats are really easy to make and will be a huge hit at any fall party you throw. All you need are Hershy Kisses, mini Nilla wafers, mini chocolate chips, butterscotch chip, and some icing/frosting.
Head to Hershey's for this great recipe.