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9/21/2021

4 Free Fall Printable - Watercolor Wall Art

Did you know I have a thing for cute wall art?
Which is why I love creating pretty printables to share with you. Like these 4 pretty fall watercolor printables, I’m sharing today!
Free Autumn Printables
I’m crazy about watercolor and especially crazy about watercolor pumpkins. There’s just something so pretty about the muted tones you get with watercolors that gives these printables such a cozy feel. I also included one with a more traditional colors, for those who prefer them. They all have beautiful quotes and I really hope you`ll enjoy them as much as I do. 
Free Autumn Printables
Free Autumn Printables
Free Autumn Printables
Free Autumn Printables
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Enjoy your free watercolor fall printables and don`t forget to share it with your family, friends and co - workers.

Helpful Tips

- To download, just click on the photo you like and it will open in a new page. Click on download and save to your computer.
-Print the free watercolor fall printables on regular paper or thin cardstock paper. You can also laminate it for added sturdiness.
-Put the free watercolor fall printable in a picture frame and make a lovely wall art or simple gift.
- You can print as many as you need.
- Share with your family, friends and co-workers!
- Pin it now and save for later!
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9/16/2021

Simple & Elegant Fall Family Room Tour

It’s time to pull out the cozy blankets and round up the pumpkins, Fall is nearly here!
Fall Home Tour 2021
This year I’m embracing the natural colors of Autumn in our home decor. Muted rust, warm beige, and taupe are sprinkled throughout our living room, making it clear that the seasons are transitioning. This first peek at my living room showcases simple but warm fall decor and makes the space so much more cozy. As I mentioned in my previous post, fall is for me all about being cozy. If you missed my 5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready, be sure to check it out before you start decorating for fall. 

Fall Home Tour
Candles are a must for fall. They create a beautiful warmth and glow in a room, plus they are fairly inexpensive.
Fall Home Tour
Fall Home Tour
Pillows are such an easy and affordable way to incorporate seasonal colors. I got these rust pillow covers and this muted rust textured pillow to coordinate with my existing pillows and love how they pulled out the fall tones. 
I love to add an abundance of soft and fluffy pillows on the sofa. My hubby and son always move them around, but I don`t care.  I can have as many as I want, right?
Fall Home Tour
As the weather starts to cool down, throw blankets become an everyday essential. I didn`t found one that I really like this season, so I`m using my white ones, but these are really cozy, so they will do for now. 
Fall Home Tour 2021
Fall Home Tour 2021
Fall Home Tour
Of course I added a few pumpkins, but I was really intentional with them, because I wanted space to look elegant and simple. Too many pumpkins can sometimes look tacky, don`t you agree?
Are you in the fall mood yet? If not, I hope this will inspire you to start decorating your home for the season and make it the coziest place on earth. 
Fall Home Tour
Fall Home Tour 2021

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9/14/2021

5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready

Fall is one of my favorite seasons of the year. Everything is so cozy and joyful. Rich colors, crisp weather, warm and soft fabrics and a beautiful smell of freshly baked pies! What`s not to love about that!

5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready

Welcome beautiful fall - I’ve been waiting for you and all the good stuff you`re bringing! I don`t know about you, but I like to decorate my home for the fall. Not too much, just a little touches here and there to make it fell warm and cozy, because fall to me is all about coziness! Although I`m a neutral girl, for fall I like to bring some color to our home. My favorite colors lately are rust, turmeric, burnt orange, off white and deep blue. These are the colors that creates such a nice atmosphere and perfectly reflects the hues from the nature. 
5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready
I also like to DIY some of my fall decor, it`s a great way to make some unique decorations, like these DIY pumpkins I made a few years ago. If you want to see how to do it, read the post HERE.

So, if you`re like me and want to bring some of the fall beauty to your home, today I’ll be sharing my best 5 fall home decorating tips to easily transition your house from summer to fall. These affordable and easy ideas will get you to think outside what people typically consider fall decor and inspire your creativity! It`s nice to add pumpkins, but there`s other ways to decorate for fall. Let`s get started!

START WITH A CLEAN SLATE

Before decorating, start with removing all of the summer decor and other things you don`t want for the next season. Remove everything from the shelves, cabinets etc. Even remove the paintings and other summer decor from the walls.
Next step is to clean everything and prepare it for decorating. After that, treat yourself with nice cup of coffee or tea and look around your clean home. This will allow you to clearly see the space and to get fresh ideas, witch leads us to a next step...

MAKE A FOCAL POINT

5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready

You don`t need to add fall decor in every surface or corner of your home. As the mater of fact, that will be very wrong and not beautiful at all. So, while everything is empty, try to decide which are the main focal points for your decor. After that, try to imagine what will fit nicely in that area and try not to overdo it. Just a few decorative pieces, fall candles or floral arrangements will be enough. Remember,  less is more. You don`t want your house to look like a harvest festival!
On the other hand, you can add a lot of decorations in one spot and make a huge statement, but try to stick with neutrals, because they will look less cluttered and "heavy" in the space. 

THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX

5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready


Think beyond the typical fall decor and try to use things you actually use in the space or even use food as a decor. Like a lovely bowl filled with apples, stack of plates with cute kitchen towel on top finished with a pear, few copper mugs on a shelf, vintage books with fall candle.., get creative and think outside the box. On the photo above I used a bowl full of fresh fruit as my centerpiece on the dining table in one of my previous fall home tours.

USE NATURE AS A FREE SHOP 5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready

Every year I use this tip and I love it. Nature is best shop in the world and it`s free. So, go outside, take a nice walk and pick whatever your heart desires. Branches, dried grass, colorful fall leaves... This will instantly make your home ready for fall and you can enjoy a little bit of nature indoors. 

MAKE YOUR HOME COZY

Whenever I think of fall, I think about cozy afternoon on the sofa, curled in a soft blanket. Throws and pillows are my favorite and easiest way to add seasonal flair. 
I like to add more fluffy pillows and drape throws on the sofa and chairs to add color and soft textures in the space. My family loves to curl up in those when we are watching our favorite shows. 
5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready
Last, but not least enjoy the season your way. Don`t feel like you have to use typical fall colors or decorations. Use what you love. You can find how I decorated our house with the touches in blue HERE.
So, if you love blue, pink or neutrals, than go for it. There are no rules you must follow. Just follow your heart and enjoy! Also, I would love to know how often you updates decor in your home and do you decorate for fall. Let me know down in the comments and share your tips for seasonal decorating. 



5 Tips to Get Your Home Fall Ready

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9/02/2021

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy
Peanut butter stuffed dates have been a go-to snack for years and years. They're so simple and so delicious.

Ingredients
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy
16-20 soft Medjool dates
3 Tbsp peanut butter
2 Tbsp nuts (I used almonds and hazelnuts)
2 Tbsp ground flex seeds
handful of (dairy-free) chocolate chips (or chopped dark chocolate)
2 Tsp unsweetened shredded coconut

Optional garnish
flaked sea salt
melted (dairy-free) dark chocolate
unsweetened shredded coconut


Directions

Using a sharp paring knife, make an incision along the length of each date, but try not to cut the date in half.
Remove the pits from the dates.
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy
In a small bowl mix together peanut butter, flex seeds, chopped nuts, coconut and chocolate chips. It will look like a thick paste.
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy
Dollop the peanut butter mix into a dates using a ½ teaspoon measure or a small spoon.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and CrunchyPeanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy
If desired, drizzle the filled dates with melted chocolate or a sprinkle of sea salt and shredded coconut flakes. Enjoy!
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy
Storage

Store these dates at room temperature in an airtight container for up to 3 days, or in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. We like to keep ours in the freezer for additional crunch. It`s so good, you`re gonna love it! 
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy
Note

I had a little leftover peanut butter mix, so I flatten it down and cover with melted chocolate and made a few additional bars. It`s also very yummy, so if you don`t like dates, you can make this bars and enjoy it that way. 

We love this snack! Honestly, it can easily swap any candy bar, it`s so much better for you and saves you a ton of money. If you decide to try them out, please let me know what you think. 
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Dates / Sweet and Crunchy

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