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HiLisa
You are such a talented crafter. Everything you make is so beautiful; your photos & instructions are super clear. Can you tell me where you purchased the crown soap mold as seen in the July 2010 issue of Romantic Homes? I would love to make these as favors for my friends.
Best wishes, Rosalie

Really enjoyed this lovely post. Filled my head with lots of ideas. Loved the chipboard letters and the custom tags. Thanks for the inspiration.

What a great post! The packaging for the apples and apple cookies is soooooooooo adorable! Thanks for sharing!

Thank you so much for your blog! You are such an inspiration!

Your blog is beautiful, your family is way beautiful and your life seems filled to the brim with good stuff. I was in the mood for apple stuff today....why, not sure... and stumbled across your blog. Will definitely keep an eye on your blog in the future! Thank you! Terri

Comment to Elaine's comment.
"So many apples...so little time."
Forest Gump

Your photos are so gorgeous Lisa! I love love love those cookies and they way you decorated and packaged them. That apple punch is way too cute! :-) Love the apple pin cushions as well, everything is great!

awesome Lisa! It's always such a pleasure to stop by your blog!!

Hello Dear Lisa!

I truly enjoyed this beautiful apple delicious post!:o) You are so creative in all you do. The candy apples, oh my I love candy apples! My little niece makes them for the family each Christmas season. She makes such lovely apples and wrap them so beautifully, sounds like another Lisa in the making doesn't she...LOL! Chat with you soon.:o)

Smiles...

Beverly

What a great post Lisa! Those apple cookies look fabulous -- thanks so much for sharing the recips and the adorable tags to go with them!!!

Want to take a bite out of the first photo. So just when are we going to hear about your book? You have way too much creativity not to...

Now I want an apple. Great post, Lisa.

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVEEEEE this post! I love how you did those chipboard letters!

Wow! That is a whole lot of apple goodness going on!

The details. Lisa you always have details and you do things to perfection. Not just a little, but all the way. The photos are lovely. The cookies delightful and the caramel apples with twig sticks - incredible! I wish blogging had been around when my kids were younger so I could have dome some of these things with them, but now that I have my first granddaughter, there is always a second chance. Thanks for sharing your creative family with us.

One fabulous post heaping with creativity! We have several apple orchards right around us and they are always a wonderful source of inspiration and goodies.
Karla

Yum! All of it!!! Especially the pincushions. In the last 2 weeks I've made 2 batches of homemade applesauce.

Wow!!! Lots of great apple ideas! Love the giant pincushions and using the apple twigs for the caramel apples. We have our own apple orchard so I love lots of ideas with an apple theme! That is also a great apple stamp! Thanks so much!

A truly applicious post full of beauty and creative ideas for apples. You impress me with you creativity. You really should write a book with all your ideas. Perhaps, you may already be doing so.

Lovely post. I love apples and this made me very hungry. Very cool ideas too with the apples. I love them all. What cool inspiration!

Oh I'm late on my blog too. I knew I wouldn't do it on time. LOL!

Keep up the great work!

Wow what a great post!!!!!!! Love all your ideas [especially the caramel apples - oh yum yum YUM]. I'd love to come to your orchard and pick my fill of those pincushions! Your post is very timely too, as we picked up all the fallen apples in our yard today, lol. They're not good for eating, hubby doesn't take care of them and they're filled with various critters...but the wildlife likes them. You are the creative Queen, Lisa!

Lisa you have outdone yourself with this post - you need to compile a book & I would be the first to buy it so add me to your list! I always await your posts with baited breath - your creativity never ceases to amaze me. You sure know how to take an idea & flow with it. Thanks for taking the time to blog about it & share your talents with the world.

Hi Lisa,
I am been busy moving and have missed visiting you. I loved this post! We go to a local apple orchard every fall here in NC. I think my favorite in this post is the wonderful apple pin cushions. I love them!
Penny

I always look forward to your new posts. Great ideas, I'm going to make that apple pin cushion for my sister! Do you make anything with dried apples?

So many great ideas! Thanks for the tutorial for the giant pincushions! Love all the fabrics you chose on each one to give them each their own personality.

The caramel apples are really fun! Love the use of sticks and the sweet tag detail. :)

And the adorable cookies...Okay, so the whole post was packed full of apple wonderfulness!

What a harvest! You can make apple pie, apple dumplings, apple fritters, apple turnovers, apple jelly, apple strudel, dried apple chips,apple sauce (can it in jars or put in freezer for winter treats), apple cobbler, baked apples, savory apple stuffing for the Thanksgiving turkey, fresh-made apple juice, apple/walnuts/grapes salad... so many varieties of nutritious and delicious apples, so many wonderful recipes.

I love the apple doll. I'm glad you brought her out!

You are one amazing woman!! It was great seeing you yesterday. Thanks for the great ideas.

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