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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Thoughts of Home on Thursday #35


Hello October and hello sweet readers.
Welcome to Thoughts of Home #35.
 
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Our hostess this week is Stacey from Poofing the Pillows.
She's been Adding Subtle Fall Touches lately while trying to sell her house.

 
You all shared so many beautiful posts last week.
The cooler fall weather must really be inspiring you and us too.
Here are a few features from TOHOT #34.
Recipes

Pattie at Olla Podrida passed along this recipe based on something delectable from Cheesecake Factory. I'm definitely adding this to my menu. Doesn't this look perfect for a cool fall day?

 
Decorating
 
There are so many lovely home decor posts right now. This home tour at Bless'er House is gorgeous!
 
Gardening

From the international scene, Frau Tschi-Tschi shared a gift basket for your gardening friends and family.
 
 
DIY

Linda at Crafts a la Mode  shared how to make the neatest pressed flower tray in her post.
 
Inspiration

Judith at Botanic Bleu loves traveling to France and this past week she shared Chenonceau Chateau Fall Kitchen.
 
 
We ask that you please:

1. Link back to this post or any of the four hosts websites.

Laura at Décor To Adore

Stacey from Poofing the Pillows

Jemma from At Home With Jemma

Laura at White Spray Paint

2. Share up to three of your favorite posts, remembering to not link to advertising or shops.

By linking up you are providing permission that Thoughts of Home on Thursday can feature your post and accompanying photos on future blog posts or other forms of social media such as Facebook and Instagram. A link back to your blog will always be provided.

Thank you so very much for gathering with us and we hope to see you each and every week at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. We can’t wait to see what you share.

 

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2 comments :

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for hosing each week!
Hugs,
Debbie

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

Thanks for the feature! I made that pasta again, only a vegetarian version. It was just as good. The secret is in the sauce. :-)