Share Your Style Link Party #88

Hi everyone!
Welcome to the 88th Share Your Style party!
I'm Des from Peeking Thru The Sunflowers and I am your host this week.

When you link to this party your post will be seen on all five blogs.

As always everyone shared so many wonderful ideas and inspiration!!!!!
Here are a few I thought I would feature from last week.....

Debra from Common Ground shared this super cute gold leafed pumpkin she made with items she had on hand. 

Cottage In The Oaks shared her charming front porch.

Autumn Front Porch

And Sheila from Maison de Cinq share five amazing pumpkin scented candles!

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Being Featured Today at Town and Country Living

A couple weeks ago I was contacted by Jennifer over at the lovely blog Town and Country Living asking if she could feature 21 Rosemary Lane in her Charming Home Series. I was so very flattered and of course gave her a resounding YES!

Fall Front Porch

So today if you hop on over to Jennifer's blog you can check out her Charming Home Tour of 21 Rosemary Lane.
And while there be sure to take a peek at all of Jennifer's featured home tours. They truly are something special!!!
Thank you so much Jennifer, I couldn't be more thrilled!

Wishing you all a wonderful autumn week!


Loving My Teal Blues, Mustard Yellows and Plaids in the Living Room

Sometimes all you need are a few little changes to give a space a totally different vibe. Now I have always loved blue and yellow together, and typically I think of this combo as more of a summer time color palette. But when the yellow is a mustard tone I think it is perfect for the fall. 

Recently I purchased new pillows from Home Goods along with new linen curtains I found on clearance at Pier One. The pretty texture of the curtains go perfectly with the warmth and homey feel the plaid pillows exude.

More plaid is added in the way of a throw on the love seat.

I am also crushing on the fun texture of my mustard yellow pillows.

And how could I resisted a couple of teal blue pumpkins to add to my living room's fall decor?

We are finally beginning to get some cooler air in these parts and the trees are starting to fill the countryside with it's brilliant array of fall colors.

What a fabulous time of the year!
Wishing you a wonderfully fall inspired weekend!!!



Share Your Style Link Party #87

Hello everyone!

Welcome to the 87th Share Your Style Party!  I'm Kelly from The Essence of Home and will be your host this week.  

When you link to this party, your post shows up on all five blogs at once!

Last week, there were some great posts linked up! Here are just a few that I thought I'd feature this week.

Bless'er House shared her modern master bedroom reveal.  It is so pretty!  I love the planked wall and barn door that was added to the space.

Create & Babble shared how to make velvet pumpkins.  I love these!  I need to try my hand at this since they can be so expensive to buy already made.  

Ann's Entitled Life shared an apple cinnamon waffles recipe.  I love waffles and have never had them prepared this way before.  Perfect for Fall!  

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Easy Pumpkin Spiced Trifles

I came across this recipe about two months ago while lying on the beach in Brigantine New Jersey. I had just picked up a copy of Southern Lady Magazine Best of the Season Autumn issue, and was perusing through the pages when my sister spotted these autumn inspired pumpkin trifles.

1 c. pumpkin (you can use canned)
1 8oz container of whipped topping thawed
1 c. confectioner's sugar divided
1 1/2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 tsp. salt
1 8oz pkg cream cheese,softened
2 tsp vanilla extract
1 cup gingersnaps, crushed
Garnish: whipped cream, gingersnaps and pumpkin spice

In a medium bowl add the pumpkin, half of the whipped cream, 1/2 cup confectioner's sugar, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon and salt. Beat with mixer until well blended and set aside. In another bowl combine the softened cream cheese, the other half of the whipped topping minus a few tablespoons, the remaining confectioner's sugar and vanilla extract. Beat on medium speed until smooth.

In individual glasses,  spoon in the cream cheese mixture, then top with a layer of crumbled cookies. Add the pumpkin mixture, top with a dollop of whipped cream topping, one cookie and a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice.

And enjoy!!!

I saved the unused pumpkin to make pumpkin ravioli in a butter sage sauce for lunch...Yum!!

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