The Autumn is my absolute favorite time of year because that means it’s apple picking season and if it was up to me we would go apple picking every single weekend until the apples are gone. In that case I would of course need some fabulous Apple Recipes, which is why I’ve put together this mother-load of Autumn Apple Recipes. So grab a bushel or a peck of apples and bake up something scrumptious!
There’s nothing quite like the cool weather of the Fall. It reminds me of Football, hot apple cider and my absolute favorite donuts, apple cider spice. I’ve always had a love of apples, which include apple decor. At some time or another I’m pretty sure I had apple curtains for kitchen windows because my dishes have an apple design. Instead of decorating for Autumn with leaves and orange color, which remind me more of Halloween, I decided to go with an Autumn Apple. I’ve put together the cutest Autumn Apple Printable for all of you. I hope you love it as much as I do.
Autumn Apple Printable
I have a definite love of desserts and I’m usually very fond of my cupcakes, but I especially love Autumn Desserts. I love the sweet flavors of apple, cinnamon and pumpkin mixed together, but I especially love the fragrant smells that fill the kitchen while they bake. Nothing quite beats the aromatic smell, but the gorgeous colors definitely help. It’s as if we take the fall foliage and bring it right into our kitchens and onto our tables.
When I think of Fall I immediately think of Apple Picking. I love everything about picking apples, especially the sweets afterwards of course! I decided this year I would bring the Autumn apples to our house. I created an adorable Autumn Apple Flag that is so simple to put together. Plus, I’m going to give you the design so you’ll be able to print it out for yourself!
Autumn Apple Flag
Guess what? I made my first real wreath! I know you’re all probably laughing at me, but my craftiness kicked into gear only in February. Since then I’ve learned so much from other amazing crafters that I am inspired to go out of my comfort zone. I covered the straw wreath, which was still covered …