Tuesday Turn About 16: Fall DIY and Decor

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Welcome to Tuesday Turn About #16! There were so many great posts this past week, it was reeeeally hard to pick only three to feature. We had a great mix of transitional fall decor and DIY projects to keep you inspired and busy.

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While fall is almost in full swing in Blogland, I’m hitting pause to revisit some traditional family recipes, like an easy chicken fajitas recipe that never lets me down.

I hope you’ll head over to check out the new YouTube video I posted. Whew, are you making videos these days? There’s a steep learning curve, but it’s so much fun!

Meet Your Link Party Hostesses

Each week, I co-host this party with Julie from My Wee Abode and Michelle from Thistle Key Lane. Be sure to visit each of their blogs and check out the different posts they selected as well.

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Julie: My Wee Abode | Pinterest | Instagram | Facebook

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What Your Hosts Have Been Up To…

First Day of Home

Pumpkin empanada recipe and easy chicken fajita recipe from First Day of Home

Best Authentic Pumpkin Empanadas | Easy Chicken Fajitas Recipe + Video

Thistle Key Lane

Willow Basket Door Arrangement For Early Fall

My Wee Abode

tuesday turn about 16 table decor inspiration

Tricked-out DIY Velvet Pumpkins

This Week’s Link Party Features: Easy Crafts with Fabric

As a reminder, we choose three unique features on each of our blogs! Be sure to check out all three blogs to see our nine weekly features

Also, we have a Tuesday Turn About Pinterest board that includes all of our weekly features, if you’d like to follow along.

If you love decorating for fall and including a few DIY projects in the mix, today is your lucky day. There are some great ideas in here to decorate, not just for fall, but throughout the year.  

If you adore vintage collectibles, you must check out Paula from Virginia Sweet Pea. Her summer-to-fall transitional decor ideas are packed with incredible treasures from the past and present. Isn’t it lovely?

Summer to fall transitional decor ideas from Virginia Sweet Pea

Christina from The DIY Mommy shares a great tutorial on how to create a DIY blanket ladder from copper pipe and dowels. You may have seen other DIY blanket ladders, but the copper pipe really caught my eye. It’s brilliant!

DIY blanket ladder with copper pipe and dowels - The DIY Mommy

For creative ways to display eucalyptus (one of my favorite florals!), head over the It All Started With Paint. Linda has a whole slew of tips on gorgeous ways to decorate with eucalyptus all year ’round. Psst…you won’t even know the stems are faux!

Faux eucalyptus decorating ideas It All Started with Paint

Don’t forget to stop by My Wee Abode and Thistle Key Lane to see our other weekly features!

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