Saturday Morning Gather #41
gath•er: to come together or bring together into one group, collection or place
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Saturday Morning Gather is my weekly newsletter where I share things going on at Vintage Home, and also inspiration and things I have found during the week that I think you might enjoy.
If you’ve been around a while, as always, I am so grateful to you!! I truly appreciate you showing up and continuing to support my blog.
Gather round and grab your coffee or favorite morning drink of choice and let’s take a look at what’s been happening this week.
on the blog
This week on the blog, I shared a super fun Halloween snack/charcuterie board.
It would be perfect for any Halloween party or get together, and you can see all of the details here.
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And I joined a group of 9 other bloggers this week to share lots of fall tablescape inspiration.
Be sure and take a look to get lots of ideas for your fall entertaining and even Thanksgiving table.
in other random news
It’s finally cooling off in Texas and couldn’t I be happier.
There is just something about a cozy sweater, a fire in the outdoor fireplace, and pumpkins everywhere.
I also love sipping a vanilla latte on my front porch on a chilly morning.
We bought this Breville espresso machine about 8 years ago, and we have enjoyed it so much, and definitely gotten our money’s worth out of it.
I certainly recommend making the investment if you are an espresso, latte or cappucino lover.
Also, I would like to thank Nicolle at Our Tiny Nest for featuring my post about 11 ways to decorate with dried hydrangeas on her Wednesday Link Party last week.
and some other amazing things I found…..
these adorable moss pumpkins……
a progressive Friendsgiving dinner in a beautiful greenhouse….
this stunning fall wreath made with fresh flowers….
these beautiful lambs ear ornaments DIY…..
I hope you found some inspiration at our Saturday Morning Gather today!
blessings and have a wonderful weekend,
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This is beautiful.
Can hedge apples be preserved?
I like them, they are plentiful and cheap!
What is the secret to preserving them, making freshnoneslast.longer?
Also, called no key balls. Ha! Ha!
I’m really not sure about preserving them. I have a tree in my backyard, so fortunately I am able to grab new ones each year. I even spray painted them gold last year for a Christmas tablescape and they turned out so pretty.
I just love the lambs ear ornaments! I have a large plant that I’ve always wanted to do something with and this is perfect!
Wasn’t Diane’s idea of the lamb’s ear ornaments so beautiful and creative? I can’t wait to make some myself.
Such a great week.
Thank you Rachel! Have a wonderful week!
I love those lambs’ ear ornaments! have a great week Michele!
Yes!! Diane did such an amazing job with those, and I can’t wait to try to make some for myself.