Amy Clark

Amy’s Notebook 10.14.09

Using a pillow sham as a stroller blanket is the greatest idea ever (@ inspire company)

I love these hanging lantern ghosts (@ Skip to My Lou)

This Italian salad looks like a yummy addition to our pizza night (@ Good (& Cheap) Eats)

I love this fun pumpkin idea for toddlers (@ zakka life)

These Halloween treat bags are adorable (@ three pumpkins little)

I love this Sweet November inspired crocheted scarf (@ April Draven’s Blog)

I want to try this recipe for Pumpkin Muffins (@ Chocolate on My Cranium)

I love these sweet little lunchbox napkins (@ Polka Dot Cottage)

I love this tip on peeling pears and these yummy pear recipes (@ Random Thoughts from the Zoo)

This idea for filling the window boxes with pumpkins is so festive (@ NewlyWoodwards)

I love this idea for using the delay function on your dishwasher to run after bath time (@ Parent Hacks)

I am in love with these dyed lace doilies for this fall party (@ Eddie Ross)

These personalized thank you’s for gifts could not be more thoughtful (@ ohdeedoh)

I love these subtle Halloween decorations (@ The Shabby Nest)

This shadow puppet theater is simply amazing (@ Giver’s Log)

This homemade apple butter would make a lovely hostess gift (@ The Farm Chicks)

Here is another great apple butter recipe, but this one is made in your slow cooker (@ Southern Grace Gourmet)

These pumpkin chocolate chunk muffins look like a delicious little fall treat (@ goodLife {eats})

I love this candle centerpiece using wine corks as a lovely display (@ Confessions of a Jersey Girl)

These beer bread pecan rolls that can be made quickly would be a great breakfast treat (@ Serious Eats)

I could probably eat an entire plate of these pumpkin whoopie pies (@ Bon Appetit)

This pumpkin coconut bread would make a fun fall snack (@ $5 Dinners)

These lemon poppy seed cookies look like a great snack for the kids (@ Food Blogga)

Published October 14, 2009 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of You can read all about her here.

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