And gave us an entire fall mood board.
And gave us an entire fall mood board.
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The arrival of pumpkin-everything is upon us, and it’s time to go all out for fall. The post Fall beauty products that will feed your pumpkin fix appeared first on In The Know.
Pumpkin spice lattes are a favorite of mine every year. If there's ever been a time when we need some more comfort in our lives in the form of seasonal coffee beverages, this is it, so I've upped my PSL intake by a lot in 2021. While my love for pumpkin spice lattes will never go away, I've been craving drinks that are a bit different but will still satisfy my autumn-loving heart.
Nothing says fall quite like pumpkins. Here are five yummy pumpkin recipes to try this fall! . Vegan pumpkin chocolate chip banana bread This pumpkin rendition of banana bread is so tasty you’ll want to make it all year! . Pumpkin cream cold brew Thanks to this recipe, you can make Starbucks’ famous pumpkin cream cold brew at home. Pumpkin pancakes Who can resist a large stack of pancakes? . Vegan pumpkin risotto This elegant recipe will have you seeing pumpkins in a whole new light . Pumpkin soup This recipe for pumpkin soup involves a Musquée de Provence pumpkin
Social awareness campaigns and fundraisers are tied to painted pumpkins displayed in October and during Halloween festivities. Here's what you need to know about different colors of pumpkins and what they symbolize.
Learn how to make spiced pumpkin rings, coconut pumpkin pudding and pumpkin gnocchi. The post 3 pumpkin recipes that go beyond pumpkin pie appeared first on In The Know.
I made Food Network star Sunny Anderson's autumnal pumpkin and pecan take on the popular breakfast. Here's how to make it and how it turned out.
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Back to school, back to the field, or even the perfect cartoon for the kids, these fall movies will have you dreaming in fall foliage and pumpkin spice year round. Almost like its own type of new year, we leave the relaxed schedule of the summer months for back to school, sports practice, the fall foliage, and a fresh sense of a new start. Lucky for us, Starbucks has started releasing their famous PSL (pumpkin spice latte) earlier than ever and all our pumpkin goodies at Trader Joes start hitting the shelves in September.
The Pioneer Woman's brand-new fall clothing line has arrived at Walmart. Here's how to buy her sweaters, dresses, blouses, leggings, and more items.
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You'll find your perfect hair-color match based on your zodiac sign. The mysterious, moody, and glossy black hair color trend is the perfect match for you. If anyone can pull off pink hair, it's a Leo.
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If you love 'It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,' then you're going to love this Peanuts tabletop tree from The Bradford Exchange.
If you’re looking for ways to involve your little monster in this year’s celebration preparation, here are 5 kid-friendly Halloween crafts to get you started!. 1. Sensory Pumpkin Activity. using a Sharpie, draw a Jack O’Lantern face onto a resealable plastic bag. Next, fill the bag with clear Orbeez, and add a few drops of red and yellow food coloring. Then take a piece of cardboard and cut out a pumpkin shape before taping the cardboard pumpkin stencil over the plastic bag, making sure the face is centered. 2. “Wrap The Mummy” Craft. First, draw an outline of a body on a piece of cardboard and then cut it out. Have your child wrap their mummy with masking tape. In addition to making fun, seasonal artwork, they’re also strengthening their fine motor skills by tearing and manipulating the tape. 3. Shimmery Potions Craft. To start, you’ll need food coloring, baking luster dust, and small glass bottles with corks. To start, you’ll need food coloring, baking luster dust, and small glass bottles with corks. Add water to a Mason jar or any container you can shake. Then, add in a few drops of food coloring and stir. Sprinkle in some baking luster dust and shake the container until you’ve reached your desired shimmer. Finally, use a funnel to pour the shimmery mixture into a glass bottle and seal tightly with a cork. 4. Witch’s Brew Slime. All you have to do is mix water, cornstarch, and food coloring in a bowl until the consistency feels split between liquid and solid. Pour the oozing witch’s slime into a black cauldron, sprinkle in some plastic spiders, and wait for the full moon. 5. Halloween Glitter Globes. you’ll need plastic snow globes, glitter, glycerin, water, and hand sanitizer. Help your little ones by super gluing a small trinket to the globe’s cap. Next, let your child fill their globe with their favorite assortment of glitter. Then, have them steadily hold the globe while you pour in water, a few drops of hand sanitizer, and glycerin. Tightly seal the globe, then let your little pumpkin shake to their heart’s content
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Pumpkin patches have become more than just a fun fall outing. They're the perfect spot for people looking for a festive backdrop for their next Facebook or Instagram post.
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