Style Scouting This Week

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Now onto the inspiring links I found this week…


Find out more about fall quote signs like this.

A very stylish cottage.

Decorating often follows trends and everything starts looking the same. I enjoy seeing how this blogger ignores trends and stays true to her authentic personal style in decorating.

Dried hydrangeas are not the only flower that looks perfect for fall decor.

I like the mix of textures in this home.


Very pretty pumpkin decorating idea.

An easy fall wreath to make.

I am going to do this to some of the pinecones I gather weekly in my yard.


A fall treat that kids and adults alike will want more than one.

Fashion & Beauty

A new favorite – a perfect treat for end of the summer skin.

For when the fall chill sets in. And this in blue for my early morning walks.

To feel warm, comfy and stylish when at home in leggings.

Fun & Interesting

Not what a DIY decorator wants to hear… paint is getting costly.

Do you have a dog? Did you know about this? :-)

Something To Think About

Minimalism as fun-size.

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  1. Oh Diane, I am so, so sorry! I KNOW everything for Zoe will be alright in the end. My prayers to you and of course, Zoe and her parents. God’s speed!!

  2. Wow! Thank you for sharing…you and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers here in Denver.

  3. Prayers for Zoe and for your entire family during these trying times. I think you’ve spent the past year or two “upgrading” yourself with a healthy diet, stress reduction activities – those sorts of things. All those wonderful things you’ve done to care for yourself will give you strength to care for Zoe and her mom and dad.

  4. My heart goes out to you and your family- know that your on line family will always support you as well. Children are resilient!