After several wet and chilly days last week, the weather this week has been glorious!
I got up early last weekend to do some fall baking, and this is what I saw outside.
As a result of a warm front making its way in, the entire pasture and pond was cloaked in fog as the sun came up.
By the time I finished baking my Pumpkin Bread, the sun was up, the fog had disappeared, and it was too beautiful not to take my coffee and breakfast outside on the deck to enjoy.
Even though I know winter is coming, I truly do enjoy this time of year. Breakfast outside in the morning, followed by dinners on the screen porch almost every night. What’s not to love? (Shhhh, don’t remind me that winter is coming. I’m in denial.)
All my mums have finally opened up fully. I ❤️ white mums.
I spent some time crafting my DIY Ribbon & Burlap Garland and finishing my Front Entryway project for the DIY Blog Hop.
My hubs had to work all weekend at the hospital, so I had this ready and waiting for him when he got home. It was perfect for sipping and front porch swinging on a warm fall afternoon.
Sneak Peek: I’m working on my soup recipes for fall and winter, and this was a new one I tested this week. Watch for it on the blog early this week!
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Okay, now it’s time for some of the wonderful fall inspiration you guys shared!
Early Fall Mantel from Fresh Vintage by Lisa S.
I love both the chalkboard and the banner made from book pages. I shared my DIY Ribbon & Burlap Garland for Fall earlier this week, but vintage books are easy to come by at flea markets and sales, so I might just try one like this, too! Thanks, Lisa!
Old Water Trough Repurposed as a Buffet from Penny’s Vintage Home
This is such a fun way to upcycle. I love all the farmhouse decor staged around it, too.
DIY Cloche with a Lampshade from DoodleBuddies
I have a cloche that looks almost just like this, but mine is just a Hobby Lobby purchase. It would bew so much cooler if I had made it myself. Plus, I love how Naush prevented something from going into a landfill by finding a new and very beautiful purpose for it.
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12 thoughts on “Sundays on Silverado #10”
Such a beautiful view Niky and perfect for that soup recipe too! I went to try your pumpkin bread recipe and our store was out of pumpkin completely so I’ve sent my Mom and sisters out to look for it in their town 🙂 Hope you have the best week, CoCo
Thanks so much for the party Niky. I’m all over that cheeseburger soup recipe. Can’t wait to try it!
You’re so welcome, MaryJo. Thanks for all your lovely contributions to the party!
You always have such yummy foods on the blog! I just made your maple acorn squash last night and it was a huge hit.
I’m so glad to hear that your family loved it, Joanne. Thanks so much for taking the time to let me know. 🙂
Thanks so much for hosting!
You are a sweetie for sharing my mantle!
Thank you so much for hosting.
xo Lisa S
You are very welcome Lisa, you always have such cute vintage things on your blog. Love reading all about them!
Oh wow !! Thank you very much Niky for featuring my cloche !! Super delighted that you liked it. Thank you for hosting this lovely party too.
You’re very welcome, Naush. I love seeing the things you make. So creative!
Looking forward to seeing the soup recipe, Niky, it looks delish! Thanks for hosting and have a beautiful Sunday.
The soup recipe is up today, Marie! Thanks for stopping by and always taking the time to leave a nice comment. 🙂