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Wordless Wednesday Linky Party

Life at the cottage sure has been busy - cleaning, painting, decorating, trees coming down, (feel free to click those links) and so much more!  Welcome - I hope you'll take a look around and stop back for more stories.  

In the meantime, I am Co-hosting Wordless Wednesday again this week and can't wait to see what you link up.  Be sure to enter for a chance to co-host next month.  It's so much fun!  

Sooooo, here we go.......


We Welcome You To Our Wordless Wednesday-We hope that you will enjoy the features from our Co-Hosts, they are winners from Septembers Contest. And if this is your first time to stop by Oh My Heartsie Girl ~Welcome!!
We invite you to Enter For A Chance To Win one of 5 Co-Host Positions for November, The Winners will be featured in each weeks Wordless Wednesday post and be seen on 6 blogs with links back to their blogs and a feature each week.Gives us all a chance to meet new bloggers and help them with visitors too.

Heidi's Wanderings || Five Things Heidi Learned Watching Big Bang Theory You would never think that watching a comedy you would learn something nifty, and Heidi found 5 things that caught her attention, check out her post and read what they are.
{Co-Host} Heidi | Bloglovin | Facebook | Twitter | 
∇ Confession of A Perfect Mommy || Big Little Lies is a Mystery Are you looking for a great murder mystery this Halloween season? Then you need to read Big Little Lies, a murder happens at the local Kindergarden PTA fundraiser. Which PTA parent is capable of murder and biggest question yet; who was murdered?
∇ The Apple Street Cottage Tree Removal || Ann is busy after retiring renovating and making changes to her little cottage, this week they were busy removing trees, wow what a process she shares. Shes looking for ideas if you would like to share with her on landscaping, stop by and see the process in tree removal.
{Co-Host} Ann Bloglovin | Twitter | Pinterest |
B is 4 Blogspot || Dollar Tree's Halloween decorations and crafting items that her and family received as part of a review to use to decorate for Halloween. The box contained 40 items, stop by to visit and see what they created for Halloween Decorating
{Co-Host} Bernadyn Follow B-is 4 Blogspot | Pinterest | G+ | Facebook |Twitter |
Our Features This Week Include Autumn and Halloween ~ 
We Hope That You Will Enjoy!!
Unusal Pumpkins from Plumper Perfect and Me
Plum Perfect Paper Covered Pumpkins ||  As I visit and see the talent of other bloggers I just love to share their work. And Gail over at Plum Perfect and Me has created these unusual feature with decoupage using paper napkins with Modpodge. I think they are very nice. how-to-make-fabric-pumpkins 
How to Make Fabric Pumpkins || Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom || Super cute pumpkins! Button Pumpkin Door Sign created by Little Miss Celebration 
Button Pumpkin Door Sign || Little Miss Celebration || This pumpkin is fun and bright and if you have tons of buttons it’s a great way to display them all! Sensory Pumpkin Craft_title 2 tall Created y A Little Pinch of Perfect 
Sensory Pumpkins || A Little Pinch of Perfect ||  Katie and her kids created these cute sensory pumpkins, they are really cute and were a great way for her to get her kids involved and to learn sensory skills.
  A little autumn here and there from Lovely Livings 
A Little Autumn Here and There || Lovely Livings || LuAnn has created a lovely vignette from a terrarium with pumpkins and dressed it up further with sunflowers and faux colorful leaves. She has the arrangement spilling out on the table to make the look more interesting. I love it!!! Enchanting-Halloween-Lanterns-Header from Adventure in a box
Enchanting Halloween Lanterns made with Mason Jars || Adventure In A Box || Liska created these Mason Jars using Krylon spray paint, stencils and markers. How many other holidays can you think of to use this idea?
  apple pie cheesecake ginger snap trifle Created by Shaken Together Life 
Apple Pie Cheesecake Ginger Snap Trifle || Shaken Together Life || Don’t worry – these are super easy! First, you’ll need to whip up no bake cheesecake filling and then just layer ginger snaps and apple pie filling … YUM!!
  boo-to-you-Halloween-mason-jar-gift from shaken together life 
Mason Jar Halloween Gifts || Shaken Together Life || Wouldn’t these Halloween mason jar gifts be so cute left on a coworker’s desk? Or snuck onto a neighbor’s porch? Or given as favors for any Halloween get together? They may just be my perfect excuse to munch on those mellowcreme pumpkins!!

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~ We invite you to link 2 family friendly posts not just direct to your blog
~ We invite you to visit the Co-Hosts they would really appreciate it.
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Adding your blog link to our party, gives Oh My Heartsie Girl blog permission to share your posts, pictures and links if chosen, in upcoming posts. Link backs will be provided. Thank you, Karren 

Comments

  1. Hi Ann, popping over to say hi. I love your stories about the things you are doing each week on your cottage, everything seems to be steaming along. How did you come about buying the cottage, did you retire, or another reason. I didnt read anything about that yet. Hope you have a few visitors this week.
    Have a great night, Karren
    Ps thanks for being my Co-Host, it has been fun to get to know you!!!

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    1. Thanks, Karren. I posted the history of the cottage, now I need to post how we got here! Coming soon!

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  2. Hello cute lady! I love stopping by and party with you each week. Thank you for hosting. I hope you get a chance to stop by our party. We would really appreciate it! http://loulougirls.blogspot.com
    Happy Tuesday! Lou Lou Girls

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    1. Thanks, Kimberly. I did stop by and am now following. I will be back soon!

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  3. Thank you for co-hosting with Karren! We're neighbors! (I'm in the Burnt Hills area) I was excited to learn that you are nearby. I found you at HomeTalk this morning. :)

    Have great week!

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    1. Hi Neighbor!
      I'll be over to visit your blog soon - who knows, maybe we can colloborate sometime.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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