Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Wicked Awesome Wednesday #230

Time for Wicked Awesome Wednesday #230.



Pili from My Sweet Things made some pretty pantry storage jars. 

Kate from The Organized Dream made a some witch broom treat bags.

Stacie from Simply Stacie shared her recipe for bacon wrapped chicken.

Angie from The Country Chic Cottage shared some free adult coloring pages.

Angie from Annie's Home shared a recipe for sausage fajitas.

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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Wicked Awesome Wednesday #229

Time for Wicked Awesome Wednesday #229.



You guys have to see this hilarious article from Buzzfeed. I wish I'd written this:

19 Things That Mean Something Completely Different on HGTV

And now...Wicked Awesome Wednesday.

Jenn from Jenn's Random Scraps shared a recipe for turkey noodle soup made with homemade stock.

Shehla from Shehlagrr shared her dusty attic to bedroom suite project.

Linda from Paper Seedlings shared her two stars card.

Pili from My Sweet Things made a grain sack style tray.

Leroy Lime made a ten minute wreath for under $10.

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Wicked Awesome Wednesday #228

Time for Wicked Awesome Wednesday #228.



Logan from Logan Can shared her Trunk or Treat tutorial.

Anne from Upstate Ramblings shared her recipe for white chocolate pumpkin bars.

Debbie from One Little Project made stuffed pepper jack-o-lanterns.

Lisa from Recreated Designs made over a vintage secretary desk.

Abby from Winstead Wandering shared a quick and easy fresh salsa.

Robin from Redo It Yourself Inspiration made over a vintage milk can.

Lara and Meghan from Jolly & Happy showed us how to make a stuffed pumpkin.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Wicked Awesome Wednesday #227

Time for Wicked Awesome Wednesday #227.

Last weekend, Handy Man and I went to a fun antiques show. You can see that post here


Shanice from City of Creative Dreams shared a guest wifi printable.

Millie and Kristina from 2 Crochet Hooks shared a sideways box stitch crochet blanket.

Sherri from To Simply Inspire made a simple corn salsa.

Mary from In the Boondocks made a kitchen utensil holder.

Robin from Redo It Yourself Inspirations made some Indian corn decor.

Anne from Upstate Ramblings shared her recipe for Halloween fudge.


Pili from My Sweet Things made over a dog bed.

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Sunday, October 4, 2015

Sage Farm Antiques Show

On Friday, Handy Man and I went to the Sage Farm Antiques Autumn Spectacular in Rochester, New Hampshire.

What a show! Over a hundred vendors of antiques and collectibles, appraisals, and a farmer's market. They had demonstrations and classes, too. 

We could tell the vendors worked really hard to set up their booths. There were so many things to look at!

DH checking out some clock parts. 





We didn't buy much, since we are trying to stop adding extra things to our house. But Handy Man bought an antique alarm clock. I bought this cute velvety pumpkin to add to our fall decor.

You should go to this show if you get a chance. We highly recommend it! We'll go again next year. 

Are there any big antiques shows in your area?
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