Welcome to week #178 of Share Your Style!

This week, I am hosting from Serving Up Southern.
I am so excited about this week’s party.

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I’m honored to be a co-hosting with these talented bloggers.An image of the seven co-hosts of the Share Your Style parties.

I’m sure I can speak for all of us when I say we would love for you to follow us on our blogs and social media. It’s a great way to keep up with the latest and get to know us.

• Lynn: The Vintage Nest / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Google+

• Barbara: 21 Rosemary Lane / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Google+

• Carol: The Red Painted Cottage / Facebook / Twitter / Pinteres / Instagram

• Kristin: White Arrows Home / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

• Barbara: French Ethereal / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

ME!: Serving Up Southern / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

• Meredith: Southbound / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

Recently over at Serving Up Southern, I shared:

Table decorated for fall on a back porch.Simple and Natural Fall Tablescape On The Back Porch

Two loaves of banana nut bread on flour sack towels sitting on a stainless steel island top.Make The Best Banana Nut Bread {With A Twist}

A mantel decorated with black crows, a human skeleton picture, a spider web with spiders, and pumpkins.

How To Style A Not-So-Spooky Halloween Mantle

I love that Share Your Style has introduced me to so many new blogs. Several of the blogs that linkup are already some of my favorite haunts, but I’m loving the new (to me) blogs too. Thank you to those of you who linked to our last party. You gave me so many choices, making it so hard to choose.

Here are a few of my favorites from last week:

Chinoisierie pumpkin sitting on a tableI love how Yvonne from Stone Gable made this Beautiful and Easy Chinoiserie Pumpkin DIY with designer napkins. I have similar napkins already. This just makes me want to have a crafting party with my girlfriends so we can make these. You gals know who you are. ;)

Porch decorated in beautiful fall decor.Kristy over at the Starfish Cottage shows us How To Create A Beautiful Front Porch For Fall. She has put me in the mood to dress up my porch with some classic fall color. I love everything about the way she’s dressed up her porch for the season.

Wooden pallet painted in fall colors propped on porch with pumpkins.Jennifer over at The Magic Brush shows us An Ombre Painted Pallet Project For Fall. When I saw this I immediately turned to my husband and asked if my pallet collection (collect from building our house) was still out behind the barn. He surely questioned my motives in keeping every single pallet that showed up with building material on them. I assured him that a gal can never have too many pallets stashed around. This might be my first pallet project from my stash.  :)

Mantle with bat cutouts displayed in glass cloches.Jamie over at So Much Better With Age shared this Bat Printable For Halloween (2 Sizes). I love the way she used them to decorate her mantle. Aren’t they the coolest “flying” around in the cloches?

Living room decorated with fall decor and a vintage basket.

Karianne at Thistlewood Farms holds us in great anticipation with her Wait Until You See What I Found At A Yard Sale post! I couldn’t wait to see what she had found! And boy-oh-boy did she find some yummy goodness! I love going to yard sales, and vintage markets and finding such treasures. Now go! Go and see what she found!

Peanut butter pumpkin treats on a baking sheet.

Last, but certainly not least, Tracey over at The Kitchen Is My Playground shares how to make these Easy Peanut Butter Pumpkins. Aren’t they just darling! I think I know several little girls that would just love to help make these treats.

Well y’all, that’s it for this week. As I said, it was so hard to choose. If I could have picked them all this would have been a never-ending post.

Congratulations to our featured bloggers. Please be sure and grab our Share Your Style button and share it on your blog.

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  • We would really appreciate it if you would provide a link back to our party from your blog post.
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  1. Wonderful features, Kim! Several of my all-time fave bloggers! Thanks for co-hosting!

    1. Kim at Serving Up Southern says:

      Thanks, Julie! It’s not easy choosing your favorites with so much talent out there.

  2. I look forward to Share Your Style each week. So many great ideas!

    1. Kim at Serving Up Southern says:

      I’m glad you’re enjoying it, Joyce!

  3. Hi Kim, it’s nice getting to know the newest hosts of Share Your Style. I’ve spent some time on your blog reading recent posts, and have enjoyed them all (now following on G+). Tablescapes are definitely on my list of blog topics, and being an antique dealer, vintage love is also a topic we’ll have in common. And who doesn’t love banana bread? Your recipe with a twist looks great (pinned!). Thanks for being part of SYS and curating the features. Happy Fall!

  4. Kim at Serving Up Southern says:

    Aw…thank you, Rita! I’ve enjoyed the SYS parties and being a co-host. I’m sure as an antique dealer you come across some great vintage finds. Lucky you! Thanks for the pin! And thanks for stopping by!

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