Jess’s Picks

  • I also want to share a few Halloween crafts. Stylist had these origami bats that are pretty cute and fun while not being too tacky. It seems like these kinds of garland projects are everywhere lately. I’m guessing that will carry over the Christmas!

  • These halloween doors at DiggersList have me really anxious to get around to doing the work I want to on our front yard and the exterior of our house.

Mary’s Picks

  • Giveaway!!! Kate at Centsational Girl is having an AWESOME giveaway today! You need to go enter. It’s for a Moroccan Pouf of your choice. I’m really loving the brown one with all it’s contrasting stitching.
  • Did you see this before and after on ReNest? It’s amazing. The couple bought their 1887 Queen Anne home ten years ago for 46k and it was even legally condemned. I have dreams of renovating a house one day (like Jess has), but this project was beyond renovation- they brought that house back from the grave. (Originally posted on This Old House)
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4 responses to “Friday Reader Roundup”

  1. Centsational Girl says:

    Wow Jess thanks for the linky love, and for sharing that Queen Anne restoration, wow! Loved reading that!

  2. […] over at This Old House, and rescued it from its condemned status to turn it into this beauty, via so eclectic. How fabulous is this herringbone wall by Meg & Jilly?  Get the how to over at Girls […]

  3. Skaie Knox says:

    Thanks for sharing the link-love from all of us at DiggersList! I “pinned” your fall floral arrangement-gonna hollow out some “tiger” pumpkins and use the flowers for a sa-weet centerpiece! Great post!

  4. So glad the wedding cake house is being featured on other blogs! I blog about the revitalization of the City of Newburgh, only 60 miles North of NYC. There are tons of homes like this that can be restored also! You can see more interior photos of the home here:

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