Fall Treats and Decor at Thursday Favorite Things #363

Welcome to another Thursday Favorite Things(TFT!)  I am only half here today, as my daughter is getting married this weekend, and that has me a little distracted... (And very excited!)

I'm glad you're here, and I'm looking forward to all that will be shared here.

Please leave a comment with your link number. Don't forget to click back to last week's party, to see what you might have missed.

Here are my features from last week:  



I love this beautiful fall garden pumpkin cake from My Recipe Treasures.  I'm not sure I can make it look this pretty, but I want to try.  I picked up some good cake decorating tips here too.




I've decided I'll make this sweet/salty candy corn treat from Nancy C at Thanksgiving.  I am on the candy corn team. (At least for a few days a year!) 




These pinecone flowers  from Adventures of a DIY Mom are sweet and simple.




It’s time to party my friends. You can add three links until midnight on Saturday. One each day or all at once. Please invite your blog friends and social network to join us.  Inlinkz has implemented a new policy -- When you add your link to the list you need to click the little square boxes about their policies on the bottom right.



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5 comments

  1. My Link Ups are #70, 71 and 72 for this week's party!! Thanks for hosting!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  2. Congratulations on getting to be the mother of the bride!

    I'm numbers 90, 92, and 93 this week. Enjoy!

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  3. Thank you for featuring our Fall Garden Pumpkin Cake. What a fun surprise. Thank you too for hosting another great party. Our Link Ups are #119, #120 and #121 for this week’s party.

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  4. Thank you for hosting. I love sharing with your readers and always find inspiration here. Have a blessed week! #OverTheMoon #ThursdayFavoriteThings

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  5. Thanks fo co-hosting Pam. I'm now following you on Google+. Visiting TFT with How to Use Ginger in Recipes for Healing and Flavor. Have a great weekend. Nancy Andres, author of “Colors of Joy: A Woman’s Guide for Self-Discovery, Balance, and Bliss” and blogger at Colors 4 Health.

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