I can’t believe that it’s been a week already since our last Turn it Up Tuesday! I had so much fun going through all of your linkups and getting tons of ideas for fall crafting/baking. There are so many intersting blogs out there, and this is such a wonderful way to get to discover them.
It was Thankgiving here in Canada, and the weather was crisp and cool. We were blessed with a terrific weekend, and we were able to spend a lot of time outdoors. We gathered colorful leaves for our centerpiece, and dug out the old tablecloths that we only use a few times a year. It was a lot of fun!
Welcome to another week at Turn It Up Tuesday!
To all those impacted by Hurricane Matthew, our thoughts are with you and your families during this time of recovery.
We’d like to thank you in advance for partying with us and sharing all of your amazing posts with us – we LOVE checking them all out! If you’ve been here before, thank you for coming back! And if you’re new here…welcome! Feel free to share, share, share! We love having you!
Turn It Up Tuesdays is all about being happy, excited, energetic…and having fun! Link up all of your favorite posts (old or new) and meet some awesome bloggers in return! Link up your funny stories, DIY posts, recipes, mommy moments — anything at all. We want to laugh, be entertained, be inspired, and have a good time! Thanks so much to everyone that joins us each week and makes this link party the best that it could be!
Welcome the lovely ladies of Turn It Up Tuesday!
(from the top – left to right)
Natasha from Epic Mommy Adventures | Stacey from This Momma’s Ramblings | April from April Noelle | Tina from The Happy Creations | Tiffany from The Mrs Tee| Kelly from Making-More | Silvie from My Silly Little Gang | Mari from Living in Mommywood | Tenns from Bliss & Faith | Kimberly from Being a Wordsmith | Ginger from Does Your Sister Have Normal Hair | Bev from Eclectic Red Barn | Heather from Goodlicious | Robin from Snippets of Faith | Jessica from Striving Towards Grace | Abiola from Ramblings of a Nigerian Workahomom | Sarah from Roaring Mama Lion
…and welcome our guest hosts for October!
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Here are the Featured posts from last week!
Carolyn chose DIY Candy Corn Halloween Water Beads Vases from Hydrangea Hippo by Jennifer Priest. “This one was interesting because it falls into the fall theme well, and I liked that it was an original idea, and not a mashup of other links. Neat craft to do with your kids.”
Carolyn chose Cute Scarecrow Craft from Love My Big Happy Family. “(I) like the originality, theme, and simple, inexpensive supplies for this one.”
Bev also chose this post. “Turn those wine bottles into these adorable scarecrows. They will look so cute on my table.”
Tina also chose this post. “I love this creation.What a creative way to make a scarecrow.Thanks for sharing this wonderful craft with us.”
Danielle chose 50 Delicious Slow Cooker Soup Recipes from Busy Being Jennifer. “Any slow cooker food recipe is an instant win for me. slow cookers always save the day especially in between busy schedules.”
Danielle chose Halloween Recipes Witches from Embellishments. “This is so adorable. Definitely will have my daughter do this with me, just in time for halloween.”
Kimberly chose Scary Movie Time from Coffee Mounds & Lipstick Clouds. “This post shows some of the best of the best scary movies of all time.”
Kimberly chose Easy Caramel Apple Crescent Rolls #MakersMixUp from Living La Vida Holoka. “Loving this recipe. Simple and easy!”
Biola chose Cows with Breast Cancer from Chronicles of a Lumpy Person. “Thanks to Cows with Breast Cancer by the Chronicles of a Lumpy Person, I am now aware of Cowden’s syndrome. I wish everyone would share her post to raise the awareness for this rare condition.”
Biola chose Apple Pie Smoothie from our very own Heather from Goodlicious. “Apple Pie Smoothie by Goodlicious looks so refreshingly yummy and it’s so easy to whip up too.”
Heather chose How to Make Sugar Skulls For Dia De Los Muertos from Try Anything Once. “I love these Dia De Los Muertos candy skulls. They’re creative and beautiful. A great way for introducing traditions from other cultures to our family.”
Heather chose Pork Bahn Mi Sliders #GameTimeGrilling from Pink Heels Pink Truck. “Bahn Mi is one of my favorites these days, and we have some great Vietnamese restaurants for me to get my fix. But, sometimes I don’t want to go out to eat; I look forward to trying these at home.”
Bev chose Turmeric Hummus Casserole #SundaySupper from Dizzy Busy & Hungry. “Love this humus casserole. All those veggies, humus and turmeric to boot. Makes my body do ‘Happy Dance’.”
April chose Spicy Grilled Shrimp Jalapeño Poppers from Little Miss Dexterous. “My mouth was watering the second I read shrimp and jalapenos. This will be on my menu this weekend. Sold!”
April chose Turn An Old Book into a Book Clock from Pretty Simple Ideas. “I love being able to reuse things to make new things. This is gorgeous and you can use a book that fits your aesthetic to make it personal.”
Mari chose Peanut Butter Candy Corn Blondie Bars from Dad What’s 4 Dinner. “I love Quinn’s candy corn bars. Candy Corn has always been one of my fav candies!”
Tina also chose this post. “I love peanut butter and I love this recipe too.Looks super yummy and easy to make. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe with us.”
Mari chose Carrot Cake Mix Cookies Recipe with Cream Cheese Frosting from Home Cooking Memories. “Anything with Carrot Cake gets me!!!”
Silvie chose Halloween Party Ideas from Snippets of Inspiration. “This is an adorable and great ideas for any Halloween party! I can’t wait to try some of them out.”
Silvie chose Cocktail: Pomegranate Pear Moscow Mule from Pink Heels Pink Truck. “I love pomegranates and think this drink sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing, I can’t wait to try it out.”
Natasha chose The Best Halloween Movies for Kids from Every Star is Different. “We love watching movies on Halloween, and these are some great options. Thanks for sharing!”
Natasha chose How to Plan a Disney Trip with Someone Who Doesn’t Love Disney (Yet) from The Sparrow’s Home. “I’m planning a Disney trip, but my son isn’t that into Disney as yet. Thanks for sharing your experience – this should help me in making plans! Great post!”
The post with the most views is Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Scones from Marilyns Treats.
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And the Best of the Best goes to…
Peanut Butter Candy Corn Blondie Bars from Dad What’s 4 Dinner
Cute Scarecrow Craft from Love My Big Happy Family
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