house warming ~ little luxuries for autumn

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~Make cider floats! Pour real apple orchard cider over cinnamon ice cream

~Harvest grapevines and make homemade wreaths for Christmas gifts…here’s a new twist on this idea.

homemade grapevine wreath

~Go to a grape stomp or participate in a grape harvest at a local vineyard.

~Host a harvest party: plan a hayride, have a campfire, toast marshmallows

~Use a new rag rug, or hand hooked rug as a tablecloth

~Decorate with rusty stuff

rusty carousel

rusty leaf garlands over doorways…

or bunched up in baskets

~Watch bald eagles in Red Wing Minnesota

~Fondue for 2

~Plant bulbs for spring

~Create a weekly menu written on pretty stationary and display in an ornate frame on your sideboard

~Candles, candle chandeliers, and fireplaces

jeweled faux apples

~Decorate with apples real and faux.

~Leaf shaped plates, bowls, and platters

leaf shaped platter

a pretty hutch you can decorate for every season

~Visit your favorite pumpkin patch and apple orchard

~Bake a pie or make apple donuts

~Make cider stew in a pumpkin

~Collect autumn leaves and strew them all over your house

~Make “Chocolate Covered Salted Nut Roll Mix”~ Combine chocolate chips, candy corn and dry roasted peanuts in a candy bowl.

~Enjoy tea time in the afternoon. Make a pot of my favorite tea for autumn, Mrs. Kelly’s Minneapple!

~Make a big batch of apple butter in your crock pot

~Knit sweaters, scarves and slippers for Christmas presents.

What are your favorite house warming luxuries for autumn?

~Melissa

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