1) Nomskulls are not just for Halloween. You loved these creepy cupcake molds, and can find ways to repurpose them, too. Heather says: â€œWouldnâ€™t these be terrific for an older boys Indiana Jones birthday party? The money brains in temple of doom always get me.â€
2) Baking bread reminds us of fall. Katie D.â€™s orange cranberry pecan bread had some fans with tasty enhancements. Rebecca says: â€œOh how I love fall â€¦ and I can smell this bread already! Whenever I make bread using dried fruit like raisins, cranberries, apricots, etc., I sometimes let the fruit soak for a few minutes in boiling water to help rehydrate it. The addition of this water helps it stay a little moister when toasting, and also seems to make the fruit burst with flavor when you bite into it. Happy fall, folks!â€
3) Liquid or bar soap? Youâ€™ll take both. While opinions vary, many of you prefer liquid at the sink and bar for the shower. Fanny says: â€œI like liquid soap for hands and bar soap for the shower. For some reason, Iâ€™ve experienced many more issues with the scum at the sink than the shower.â€ Whatâ€™s the soap situation at your house?
4) Envelope stencils are a welcome help for our handwritten note habit. Jennifer says: â€œI love this idea. Iâ€™ve tried to make my own envelopes before and itâ€™s such a pain in the rear.â€¨ My grandma and I write periodic letters back and forth, and I wrote my fair share of letters to marine boot camp this summer. I felt so very old-school.â€¨ Oh, OH, and do you know that theyâ€™ve stopped teaching cursive in school?? Crazy, I know.â€
5) Martha Stewartâ€™s Slithering Wreath is a winner, and Angelaâ€™s version has its own fans! Shoppingsmycardio says: â€œOoh, that was the decoration I loved from octâ€™s issue tooâ€¦great minds! You did such a fabulous job on it! Iâ€™m thoroughly impressed.â€ See it here.
In photo: Yoola wire pendant lamp