Slow Cooker Apple Crisp and A Sweet DIY Paper Fall Wreath

Hello, Fall!!

The beautiful season of Autumn is upon us and there are so many ways to celebrate this. One of the ways is to make a super scrumptious slow cooker apple crisp by Clean and Scentsible. Oh, yes, this is!



And look at this Darling DIY Paper Fall Wreath by Penny's Treasure's.


How to Make a Dried Hydrangea Wreath look like Fresh by Shoestring Elegance






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9 comments

  1. Linda,
    Thanks so much for hosting each week!! My Link Ups for this week are # 27, 29 and 31!!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  2. Thank you for hosting! This is what was highlighted during the week 9-23- to 9-27 on the blog. On Tuesday morning was healthier breakfast of Gluten Free Waffles With Fresh Bananas and Strawberries. Wednesday we snacked on healthy Gluten Free Raspberry Ginger Muffins. Wrapping up this healthy week we enjoyed Apple Corn Muffins. Enjoy!

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  3. Thank you for hosting! This is what was highlighted during the week 9-23- to 9-27 on the blog. On Tuesday morning was healthier breakfast of Gluten Free Waffles With Fresh Bananas and Strawberries. Wednesday we snacked on healthy Gluten Free Raspberry Ginger Muffins. Wrapping up this healthy week we enjoyed Apple Corn Muffins. Enjoy!

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  4. I love Theresa's wreath with is elegant simplicity! Thanks so much for hosting TFT! I'm sharing fun ideas with fall pears at #40, a recipe I created for a plus size apple cider donut at #41, and encouraging quotes to lift the spirit at #42. I appreciate you considering them and honoring so much creativity and a spirit of artful camaraderie as you host TFT each week on your lovely blog.

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  5. Thank you so much for the feature, Linda! I'll be back next week to add to the party!

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  6. Oh the apple crisp! Apples are a great way to enjoy fall. We like to pick them fresh off the trees here sometimes in October. Lots of fun for the kids even tho mine are older now.

    I shared a couple of chicken recipes at 153 and 154 this week. Hope you have a wonderful week :)

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  7. Loads of lovely links and I want to click them all!

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  8. Thank you for hosting the party. The last few days got away from me and I got here too late to link any posts. But I did enjoy looking at some of the posts that were here.

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