Dried Flowers, Foyer Decor, Handwarmers, & More

Home Style Saturdays 214: a dried flower fall centerpiece, Nashville Parade of Homes, a DIY handwarmer, a fall wreath idea, foyer decor ideas for fall, and fall kitchen accessories.

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Thank you for stopping by to join me for Home Style Saturdays…as always there is beautiful inspiration. Today we are focusing on late fall decor, a Parade of Homes, and the cutest little hand warmer. I hope everyone is well and enjoying October…especially everyone in the south where it’s just now beginning to cool off. Those of us up north are beginning to dwell inside, while in the south, al fresco dining is just beginning! No matter where you live, I hope you have a lovely weekend.


Shabbyfufu | How To Create A Dried Flower Centerpiece For Fall

Shabbyfufu | How To Create A Dried Flower Centerpiece For Fall

Southern Hospitality | Nashville Parade of Homes


StoneGable | Toasty Flannel Handwarmer DIY


Designthusiasm | Repurpose Your Holiday Decor into a Fall Wreath


The Inspired Room | Fall Kitchen Accessories

Fall Kitchen Accessories

On Sutton Place | Fall Foyer Decor Ideas

Fall Foyer Decorating from On Sutton Place

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  1. Hi Janet! I have been trying to keep my eyes open, but haven’t seen the November screen savers yet. Did I miss them? How can I find them if so?? I really love using them!!

    Marsha Sprague

  2. Nancy Ponder says:

    Hi Ann, hoping you are doing well. I love your blog, especially the recipes. The last one I made is the lemon cake mix cookies. I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong as the “batter”, even after chilling for 3 hours, is really sticky. I’ve tried the cookie scoop but it doesn’t come out very well. I’ve just been making little blobs from a spoon. Any suggestions?
    Thank you,
    Nancy Ponder

    1. Hi Nancy…two things you could try. First, refrigerate the dough longer. It does stick, but I am always able to drop it from my cookie scoop. You could also try adding 1/4 cup of flour to the batter. I hope this helps!