Hi friends and welcome to Share Your Cup. Today is the day that you share whatever it is that has helped to fill your cup. In other words, made you happy.
It’s so many things for all of us and I am excited to see what you have to share.
We are having beautiful Fall weather here in Utah and the leaves are putting on a spectacular show.
Choosing the features is the most difficult thing I do each Weds. To help narrow it down this week I thought I would feature just Fall and a few Halloween posts.
After all, October is almost here. I will be pulling out my Halloween décor this weekend. Can’t wait for the spooks to come out and play!
I loved the Fall mantel created by Shannon from A Southern Belle with Northern Roots.
The Enchanging Rose shared these fun apple jars.
Look at this darling book page pumpkin by Sarah from Sarah Dawn Designs. Hop over and see her other fun pumpkins. Great tutorials as well.
Maureen from It's all Connected shared this cute burlap door swag.
I love this Penny rug Sally from Salmagundi made. Great for Fall or anytime!
Now for a little more on the eerie side. I am going for a bit of Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” in my Halloween decorating this year.
So of course it was instant love with this post shared by Carlene from Organized Clutter Queen. You can bet some of my crows are going to get crowned.
Pollyanna Reinvents shared this spooky black and white vignette.
Sherry from The Charm of Home showed us how to dress our door up for Halloween for as little as $2.
Last of all, for the little girl in all of us look at this darling pumpkin. Deborah from The Fairfield House created it for the princess’s in her life.
Thanks everyone and please grab my button if you were featured.
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