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Six (or more) apples

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Votive candles

Large, shallow container that will hold water

Chestnuts

Fill a shallow, but wide container with water and add the apples with candles in the tops. ?Todaycanvas throw pillow covers, I used a large, pumpkin shaped stoneware bowl that I picked up at HomeGoods.? A vintage enamelware basin would also work perfectly!? ? And, if you are planning to use this outdoors, a galvanized bucket or tub would look amazing!? The finishing touch is to add some fresh chestnuts to the water to fill in the gaps!

I like to make this for parties in the fall or to have outdoors on Trick or Treat night!

Thanks for stopping by! ?Here are some of my other fall decorating posts that you might like!

Fall Outdoor Decor

Fall Screen Porch

Fall Home Tour

I also have a lot of free printables for Fall in my FREE printable library that is available to my email subscribers!? Just click the button below to subscribe and you will get an email from me with the printable library password and you’;ll have access to the printables you see below and many more!!!? And, I add new printables to the library on a regular basis!

I was thinking yesterday that I might as well contribute to the website since I'm signed up for it, so here we have a fun and simple process of dollmaking. The product is a two-dimensional soft figure.What you need★ sewing needle, pins, and thread★ scissors★ fabric for the body (scraps, worn out clothes, whatever fits the bill)★ non-permanent marker, pen, pencil, or fabric chalk★ adequate amount of stuffing material★ fabric glue (might be needed to apply non-threadable things)★ extras (buttons, ribbons, paint, shells, twigs, etc)★ optional: paper and pencil to draw blueprints★ if your doll is small, you need tweezers or a chopstick/pencil to turn it inside out

One of my favorite projects to make for the mister is boxer briefs. I love to make them a little surprising and maybe even from unconventional fabrics and elastics (when I can find a good one). Every guy needs some strawberries in their life, right? There is also an ease about sewing something that largely goes unseen. It allows for freedom to be a little less fussy about perfection, while exercising or learning new skills. This could include using a coverstitch machine. Whether you make these for yourself, your mister, your nephew or your brother, sewing boxer briefs is a great way to learn to work with knits.