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Celebrate pumpkin season! Photo: Hostess with the Mostess

Darling origami gift bags for Halloween treats. A new vlog teaches you how to fold like a pro! – Infarrantly Creative

"The Hostess" shares entertaining ideas for the leafy months of October and November. Inspiration for fabulous fall parties is now at your fingertips. – Hostess with the Mostess

And for your next get-together, here's a recipe to bookmark: delectable (yet easy) cream cheese Danishes. Yum. – Niesz Vintage Fabric

A vintage 50s daybed gets a makeover with new upholstery, new paint and a collection of colorful throw pillows. – Design Sponge

Reuse empty baby wipe containers. The Frugal Village team offers up a bunch of practical suggestions. – Frugal Village

Kids sharing a room? Don't like the bunk bed look? Learn from those who've gone before you, achieving perfectly stylish twin bed décor. – A Life's Design

The US Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon in Washington DC just wound down. Take a virtual tour of the entries, including the winning exhibit from Team Germany. – via Dwell

Finally, a little Friday fun: style blogger Annie trashes the new Pottery Barn collection as dull and unimaginative. I love this delightfully frank review. And they're big boys. They can take it, don't you think? – Bossy Color Blog


  • Annie, bossy color

    Thanks so much for the mention, DIY Life! So glad you liked the post - I look forward to visiting your blog in the future!

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