Showing Off – Reader Feature

Just a heads up, each week one of you fabulous readers gets to pick your favorites from the link party – if you want a turn at the fun, just email me, mandybeez at gmail

Hello fellow blogging buddies! I’m so excited to be here on Mandy’s cute blog today! I’m Sarah and I blog over at High Heels and Grills - a place where my husband, Zachary, and I like to share with you our favorite eats and recipes! I wish I could say that I’ve been following Mandy for years and years, but with our blog being just a little baby, under two months old, that’s just not possible. BUT for what little time I have been following her, I’ve loved ever minute of it! :)

My favorite part about any link party is seeing all of the incredible talent and creativity from you inspiring people. It’s so fun to see what you guys come up with! As for this exact link party, these were my favorites {in no particular order}:

 This revamped clutch by Megan at Pretty Wishes. Her whole blog is full of 
adorable outfits and other fashion trends. Speaking of which, I want 
her red pants. Right now.
 This beautiful fall wreath from Abbey at The Cards We Drew. I’m completely
drawn to the whole mismatched patterns and colors thing. That, in and of itself,
brings everything together and ironically helps it all match really well. I also love 
the houndstooth print. Yes, please.

This recipe for pumpkin spiced vanilla latte and pecan pumpkin muffins
by Rose at A Rosie Sweet Home. I don’t drink latte, but this picture was
too fantastic to pass up. Don’t you feel like you could just reach into
your screen and take a bite of those muffins? 

 This fantastic Restoration Hardware subway art knock off from Rachel 
at Holy Craft. My mother-in-law introduced me to RH a couple months
ago and I instantly fell in love. Rachel did an incredible job at recreating the 
subway art she found in this store and has shared a tutorial on how she 
did it! Seriously. It’s flawless.

This faucet handle coat hanger rack from Trisha at The Sweet Survival.
I cannot get over how cute and creative this is. It would go perfect in
a little boy’s room!
These tips for drinking more water from Bailey at Let Birds Fly
I don’t know about you guys, but I don’t drink near as much water
in a day as I should. I’ve already written down the tips Bailey has given 
in this post and I’m going to try them out this week!

 This repeating hexagon wall art from Autumn at It’s Always Autumn.
Isn’t this just too cute? You have to see the picture of it hanging on her
wall too, because it will make you fall in love with it even more. I love
how much versatility is available with it. If you can find the paper
for it, you can make it! I’ll take one in every room of my house, thank you.

These apple spiced cupcakes with salted caramel frosting from Heather at
French Press. I was hooked the moment I read ‘salted caramel’. That is
definitely one of my favorite food fads that has been going around lately. 
Not to mention, this picture just looks incredible. Nice photography skills, Heather!

This tutorial on how to make your favorite team neckties from Amber at 
Crazy Little Projects. This may be designated for favorite team fabrics,
but you could easily make any kind of tie. I wish I had known about this
when I got married. It would have saved me a lot of trouble in trying to
find 12 ties that all matched! What a headache. 

This autumn printable from Talitha at Love Pomegranate House.
Is there anything better than a free printable to spruce up your
home a bit? {Hint: No. The answer is no.} Talitha sure did a great
job on this one. I can already picture is sitting happily on my mantle.
There you have it folks – my favorite picks from this week’s link party. I hope you enjoyed them just as much as I did! For more of my favorite things, follow me on Pinterest and like me on Facebook. Thank you for reading and a big thank you to Mandy for having me!
-Sarah
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