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What I’m Loving This Week


Sale Today Only – K…

$50.40

Oak Gnome – colored…

$9.90

KNITTING PATTERN – …

$4.50

Harvest Doll 14&quo…

$140.00

map lichen upcycled…

$15.00

NB Gypsy Shoes

$22.00

Wool Play Food– A …

$18.50

Brown Window Star A…

$14.00

Fall Leaves – Felte…

$5.00

Native American Nee…

$50.00

Needle Felted Art D…

$52.00

Pure Beeswax Pineco…

$24.60

Natural Decor, Wald…

$14.00

pumpkin PIE – wool …

$30.00

Bamboo Terry Hooded…

$47.00

Waldorf Doll Clothe…

$18.50

Etsy treasury created by This Cosy Life

Halloween and Martinmas have come and gone. If you live in the US you are probably preparing for Thanksgiving which is only less than two weeks away. Here is some Thanksgiving inspiration I’ve come across this week.

Savory Autumn Leaf Pies… I made these and they were yummy!

Beeswax leaves would make a lovely (and sweet smelling) decoration

♥Some vegetarian Thanksgiving recipes

Beautiful for the table

♥Thanksgiving songs

Apple pie baked in the apple

♥Make a gratitude tree

 

Julie Hunter is a single mama raising 3 spirited girls, two babydoll sheep, angora rabbits and a gaggle of chickens and ducks in the North Carolina Foothills. She spends her days at home, crafting with her children, homeschooling, taking long gathering walks in the woods and knitting Waldorf-inspired toys. You can find her blogging and keeping shop at This Cosy Life.

  • http://saintsandspinners.blogspot.com Alkelda

    I am intrigued by the gratitude tree. I wish I could keep a little norfolk island pine alive in my house, in order to dress it up for festive occasions throughout the year.

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