Showing posts from October, 2016

These Pumpkin Spice Churro Milkshakes Will Wow Any Guest This Fall Season

The leaves are a-changing, the air is crisp and everything pumpkin spice is in season. It’s autumn (a personal favorite), and I’ve got my own pumpkin spice concoction to share with y’all. Get ready to wow your guests with these babies - pumpkin spice churro milkshakes (served in real pumpkin bowls)! Yep, I’ve carved into and scooped out the insides of these pumpkins to use them as serving cups. Aren’t they adorable? But if you just want the milkshake, that’s fine too. Serve them in any drinkware. They’re sure to be a delight this fall season. So, let’s get started!  Ingredients :  Makes 2 servings 8 large scoops of vanilla ice cream 1 1/2 cups canned pumpkin puree 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup caramel sauce 2 teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice 2 graham crackers 2 churros whipped cream (optional) 2 medium pumpkins with insides scooped out (optional) Instructions : In a blender, add about eight large scoops of vanilla ice cream. Pour in 1/2 cup of milk to thin

Make Your Summer Tee Fall-Ready With This Simple Sewing Trick

Dressing for the beginning of fall is always tough. Some days the sun keeps shining bright, other days colder weather finally hits and it feels like the ultimate cut-off for wearing your light off-the-shoulder dress and all the other breezy pieces. Luckily, it’s nothing a little layering can’t fix, meaning you can keep rocking your fave summer top right alongside the rest of your fall capsule wardrobe essentials all season long. With this in mind, today we’re showing you an easy way to elongate your most-loved warm-weather tee and transform it into the perfect versatile piece you can layer all fall long. Materials and Tools: old tee tulle fabric matching thread lace trim pins fabric scissors tailor’s chalk ruler sewing machine Instructions: 1. Fold your tulle twice and pin in place. Decide how long you want the bottom of your tee to be, then draw two parallel lines using tailor’s chalk. Cut following the lines. 2. With your tee facing right side out,

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