Thursday, October 16, 2014

Celebrate Fall Linky Party



I have been floating this idea in my head of having a linky party for sometime. However, I wasn't quite sure how to get started, so I started searching the web for help.  After talking with my Etsy friends for any advice or suggestions, they said they would love to join me in this visual celebration.

Our first linky parties theme will be Celebrate Fall. I would like you to join us, and share some images on your blogs. When you think about the fall, what comes to mind? For me it means cool crisp mornings, bright beautiful leaves of orange, red, and yellow.  I also think about beautifully decorated porches with scarecrows, and festive dining room table décor. What also comes to mind are all the lovely baked goods, along with hearty soups and stews. I must admit I'm not into the ghost and ghouls.

I hope you share the season's natural beauty of colorful trees, as well as recipes, crafts, or Martha Stewart like decorations. A tutorial you have created would be fantastic to share.

Please contact me with what your post would be about, so we can link up. I am hoping to get up to ten blogs for the first event.

The party will start October 24th at 11 a.m.  I or one of my team members will send you a confirmation along with the other links to post on your blog. Scroll down my blog to the Creative Gathering badge. Post it on your blog. If you don't get invited to this party, don't worry, we will have another one very soon.

As I posted before; please no ghoulish images.

4 comments:

sammysgrammy said...

Tried getting the patch onto my blog - All that transferred was the title of your blog and that tiny little picture.

May need help to get it on.

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Sounds like a great idea! It is a little different than the parties I link up with so I will be interested to see how it goes!

Lizzi said...

Sounds very cool!

Judy Russi said...

Mechelle, I did get my blog post done - better late than never!
http://angelsneverlastings.blogspot.com/2014/10/autumn-in-new-england.html