Encouraging Hearts and Home: Fall Crafting Ideas

While I enjoy crafts of all kinds, I typically only find myself actually making crafts during the fall and winter.  I don't know if it's because we tend to spend more time inside or if it's just that I am more motivated by the crafts I see around.  This week's features were all picked to showcase some cute crafts that were shared with us last week. 



And Now, It's Time for This Week's Encouraging Hearts & Home Blog Hop!  

 

Join your Encouraging Hearts & Home Co-Hosts each week for encouragement and support for your heart & your home. We hope to provide a space that builds each other up and lends a helping hand along the way. With all the negativity in the world, let's shine a positive light!


The Posts with the most views from last week:

Foods for Fall by Apron Strings and Other Things




Some of my favorites from last week:

How to Make Faux Caramel Apples by Fresh Vintage by Lisa S.



Crate Full of Pumpkins by Howling at the Moon






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Comments

  1. Those caramel apples look so good! Thanks for hosting.

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  2. Love this post- I think Fall is the best season for cooking and decorating (well besides Christmas!) :)

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    1. Yeah, Christmas is definitely the biggest cooking and decorating holiday.

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  3. FAUX candy apples??? HUH - I gotta check that one out.
    I cant believe I've never tried making a pumpkin via crochet or knitting. I need to give that a try.

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    1. I know! I thought they were real judging by the photo!

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  4. Thanks for all the great features and for hosting your party!!

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    1. You're welcome! Thanks for sharing your recipes with us.

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  5. Thanks so much for hosting this charming party each and every week!! I so appreciate all the time and effort that does into it along with visiting all the links and choosing Features!!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  6. I usually only do crafts in the fall and winter too because I am way too busy gardening in the summer. Unless we are a having a heat wave or it's rainy, then I might craft. Thanks for the party.

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    1. I can see why based on the size of your gardens! I am sure they keep you plenty busy.

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  7. I like the apples and the pumpkins featured this week. I hope you enjoy the rest of the week and weekend Joanne.

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  8. Al the joys of fall--my favorite season. I always love to join in this linky event every week!

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  9. Thank you very much for featuring my pumpkins! Have a great week and thanks for hosting!

    Liz

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    1. You're welcome! Thank you so much for sharing them with us. Sounds like you've inspired a few people to try making their own.

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  10. Thank you for hosting I've been away for awhile from this blog hop but am excited to be back!

    You're most welcome to join me in a cuppa at Tea With Jennifer,
    Jennifer

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  11. I craft all year round but am definitely a seasonal crafter, inspired by the season and weather. Thanks for hosting!
    Amalia
    xo

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  12. What great ideas! We seem to do a lot more crafts as well during this time of year. My boys would like that Frankenstein one.

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  13. I am the same, I only tend to get crafty at this time of year.
    Ohh! Yum, caramel apples and the Frankenstein Mason Jar is so cute x

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    1. I bought supplies to make some real caramel apples soon.

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