Show and Tell Linky No. 22

I only just realized that I haven’t posted my Halloween mantel…Better get at least a photo up before the holiday is completely over…

Halloween Mantel decor

Because my mantel is smack dab in between two fairly large windows, it can be a bit tricky to photograph – day or night.

In the case of these photos, I decided to use my flash and wouldn’t you know it now looks like there’s a ghost in the mirror…Either that or it’s dusty and for the record, it’s not. CREEPY!

Halloween mantel

Show and Tell Highlights

Darn you and your tasty treats! Every single week whilst going through the projects to pick out my favs, I find myself craving a little something, which invariably ends with me rummaging in the kitchen!

This week I am going to start out with a couple of the yummy food posts that had me licking my lips…

Pumpkin pecan cinnamon rolls from Todd and Linsey? Sound like fall in one bite (or several as the case may be).

pumpkin cinnamon roll recipe

I am totally on a pumpkin kick and will for sure be loading up through Thanksgiving…Check out these yummy gluten free pumpkin pancakes from Family and Home Life.

gluten free pumpkin pancakes recipeOkay. So I haven’t jumped onto the salted caramel bandwagon quite yet, but photos of salted caramel mocha cupcakes like these from A Pumpkin and A Princess might entice me…

Salted Carmel CupcakesI am so overwhelmed with all of the delicious food posts I’m not sure delicious smells are the way to go, but this delightful fall potpourri recipe from Practically Functional sounds wonderful.  

Fall Potpourri recipe

Oh dear Sarah (Becoming Martha), you and your glittered acorns had me at first glance. All this glittery goodness you’ve been sharing has me wanting to move right in!

DIY Glitter acornsAcorns make me think of warm fall evenings and the cozy of a fire. Speaking of, be sure to check out this faux mantel cover, or fantel, from Thrifty and Chic.

faux mantel

Looking for some fun fall printables to share with your friends? Look no further. Check out these free fall printables from Let’s Eat Grandpa.

Free Fall Printables

Friends, this week I am wrapping up not with a fall feature, but a sweet little nursery piece. I adore this fun DIY giraffe nursery artwork from The Quick Journey. Lovely.

DIY nursery decor

Thanks so very much for sharing your awesome posts! If you’d like, please feel free to grab a “featured” button for your site!

Show and Tell Linky

Ok friends, it’s time for you to show off your projects for the week. Let’s see what you’ve been up to.

  • Link any sort of craft or DIY projects or recipes, but make sure you link to the specific post, rather than your home page.
  • Please do not link projects that have been shared previously. Please don’t link up your own linky party.
  • Follow me on FacebookPinterest and Twitter where I will share some favorite projects.
  • Everyone loves comments. Please take a moment and comment on two posts above yours and two posts below.
  • Be sure to link back to SNAP! Use the button below, or just include a text link if you prefer.
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  1. You are so sweet, thank you for featuring my cupcakes. I’m loving the salted caramel bandwagon lately. :) Oh and your Halloween mantel looks awesome! Thanks for hosting, Tauni!

    • Crystal, I think I am the ONLY person who hasn’t hopped on board that wagon…I should give it another try. Thanks for your sweet comments on my Halloween mantel. xoxo, T.

  2. Thanks for hosting Tauni! Your Halloween mantel is great, thanks for sharing with all of us :)

    • Taryn, I was just thinking of you today…You’re one of my favorite bloggers right now. Thanks for sharing your stuff each week! xoxo, T.

  3. Oh my… I came by to link up this week and saw my canvas. Thank you for the feature!!! I am so giddy-excited!

  4. I love the mantel, Tauni!!

  5. Thanks for featuring our Cinnamon Rolls! :)

  6. Haha! Personally I’d much rather bake something delicious; then your house smells good AND you get to eat yummy food! But one thing I love about that simmer pot is that it will last all season if you just keep filling it with water. So I figure it’s a good quick shortcut, cuz there’s no way I will actually bake something every day! Thanks for the feature!

    • Jessi, Your post actually reminded me of growing up. My mom had this old cast iron kettle that she used for seasonal potpourri. It stayed on the stove with no fear of tipping and spilling. Thanks for the share! xoxo, Tauni

  7. That’s a little creepy about your mirror! Your mantle looks great though. Thanks for hosting the party! I hope you have a great Wednesday and Happy Halloween!

  8. Awww thank you so much for sharing my glittery goodness! You are welcome to move in anytime – Canada needs more crafty bloggers :)

    • Sarah, You might not want me. I come with all boys and a dog :) Hence the reason I never feel as if there is enough glitter in my life. xoxo, Tauni

  9. Thank you for hosting this great party each week…..

  10. Thanks for hosting another great party! Those printables from last week are so cute…I’m pretty sure I NEED those1

  11. Thank you for hosting, it’s my first time partying here 😉


  12. Thanks for the link this week! :) Great stuff for Halloween!


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