Doesn’t this basket of apples look marvellous? Jackie Rueda did a marvellous job capturing this beautiful photograph!
“The best recipe there ever was. 1 gallon of apple juice (100% apple juice) ½ gallon of pineapple juice 1 cinnamon stick 5 clove pieces ½ t. nutmeg 1 orange, sliced juice of 1 lemon ½ c. sugar Combine all ingredients in a big pot on the stove and simmer for 2-3 hours. Or in a large crock pot for 2 hours on high, then turn to low or ‘keep warm’ and can be left on all day”
Just adorable! I will watch some kitties play in the leaves.
Gorgeous glittered acorns! Not too many though, leave some for the animals ^_^
This hydrangea wreath is absolute perfection for anyones Autumnal door! So – the thing to do this autumn, is buy or make one or just decorate the front door with a pretty wreath.
A cut out leaf. It seems a shame to cut leaves but it is pretty. Who took this photo? It seems almost impossible to trace because so many people have shared it.
Painted leaves! You could also preserve these with beeswax (a link to a tutorial is further on in this post).
This beautiful spread was created by Rachel Whiting. All of those leaves are glorious!
Buy all the pumpkins! I love pumpkins. I wish I had planted some in spring time. Stupid hindsight!
I love this post about the scents of autumn in a jar! Cloves, cinnamon, orange and apples. I’m definitely going to do this. You can get the recipe and printable labels here.
You can preserve some pretty leaves by dipping them in plaster. Not so much preserving, making art. via Sweet Somethings Designs
This is the post you want about how to preserve leaves! Using beeswax you can make art using beautiful fallen leaves.
Glue twigs to a glass to create a rustic candle holder. Originally posted by the Fossil blog (the clothing brand) about 3 years ago and the post is no longer available.