Fall Bucket List Printable , 2012 It’s no real secret that my Fall Bucket List
printable from last year blew up all over Pinterest. When I made it, I
had no intention of that ever happening. In fact, I made it for my little
family and decided to share it in case a few of my readers or friends wanted to
print one, too.
Fall: A Time To Harvest Memories by: Heidi L. Dunkley with Wumpsee.com My personal list of “Heidi’s Favorites” contains more than a few things that occur during or are somehow related to fall. Sweaters, a drive up a winding canyon painted with autumnal tones, hot chocolate at my favorite shop at Deer Valley, lighting candles that smell good enough to eat (so sad when my kiddos come home from school and realize that it just mom’s candle and not mom’s baking that smells so delectable), caramel apples from the state fair, and the fact that it becomes perfectly acceptable and oft encouraged to enjoy all things pumpkin and cream cheese. Mysteriously, fall is the only time of year that my children will actually eat anything containing the aforementioned ingredients. They’ll wise up some day.
12 Treat and crafts We got a big taste of fall yesterday, with our temperatures only reaching the low 70′s! As much as I struggle with letting go of summer, I can’t help but excited about fall. This week’s party link ups certainly had a touch of fall as well, with pumpkins, apples, candy corn and lots of orange!! So I’ve collected 12 ideas for a Taste of Fall ……..from fall crafts to fall treats to get you in the mood!