Friday Favorites - Week 395


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How are you doing? The days are getting noticeably shorter and colder (at least here in Germany) so I'm featuring Merissa's 12 Tips to Save on Your Heating Bills from Little House Living this week. Personally, I hide under fluffy blankets, burn dozens of candles and drink hot chocolate to stay warm in winter 😍

Here are some other favourites of the week:
  • this selection of cute sugar scull craft ideas that Michele shared
  • Sophie's great step-by-step tutorial for making basic sourdough – I just love her website
  • this very interesting and intriguing but also disturbing Swiss documentary called More Than Honey that depicts nowadays massive commercial beekeeping in North America
  • this fun 30-Day Cheatsheet for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) that Christine shared – I'm participating again this year!
  • this gorgeous printable floral calendar for 2018 that Kristi created herself – wow!

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Jerri at Simply Sweet Home chose
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Bites from The Kitchen is My Playground

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Amy at A Day of Small Things chose
Homemade Vanilla from Mrs. Kringle's Kitchen

Maisy at Becoming Alice chose  
12 Tips to Save on Your Heating Bills from Little House Living

Frankenstein decorated Halloween cookies are easy to make with packaged cookies and frosting. Cute semi-homemade cookies are perfect for kids to help make.
Penny from Penny's Passion chose
Frankenstein Cookies from Growing Up Gabel

Lisa from Condo Blues chose
 
how to decorate a mantel for fall
Kelly at Under a Texas Sky chose
Decorating a Fall Mantel from Repurpose and Upcycle

 
Sheree at Stage Presents chose
Candy Corn Popcorn Recipe from Honey and Birch


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