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A Fall? Weekend Project List

Usually September here in the Northeast is really an extension of the summer with warm and sunny days. Not this year as it has been cold,cloudy and gloomy and it is making me think about fall projects and Halloween. I am really not ready for this yet as I will be headed to the beach in a few weeks and it is still feels like summer to me, but I have a few fall like projects on the list.
First is to switch over my outdoor plantings to fall will a few mums.
This was at the beginning of the summer but now it looks very over grown and ratty, so I will be freshening it up with some yellow hardy Mums that will last into November.
Next are these Ghost globes, I have seen many version of all over the blog world (and better versions than these). Mine will be a similar idea but I won't tell what the difference will be until they are completed.

Lastly is to put more of my fabric headbands in my Etsy shop. I finally finished some in some fun fabrics and will be getting them in the shop today or over the weekend.

They are so fun to make and wear that I can't stop doing both! I think that is it for the  weekend list plus I have a few things from last week that need to be finished up. So have a great Fall weekend and Enjoy!

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  3. That's quite a list for this weekend, I hope you are really productive! Thanks for linking up your Ikea magazine holder makeover at A Crafty Soiree! I hope to see you next week too!

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