1. Wooden Bookends (wayfair.com)
2. Initial Bookmark (barnesandnoble.com)
3. Novel Teas (uncommongoods.com)
4. Banned Book Mug (shoppbs.org)
5. Book Lover's Journal (amazon.com)
6. Personal Library Kit (knockknockstuff.com)
7. Book Lover's Memory (amazon.com)
8. Sherlock's Study Candle (frostbeardstudio.com)
9. Book Lover's Chocolate (bridgebrandschocolate.com)
 
 
Happy Friday! This week's top pin picks include DIY dimensional paper lantern decor and tasty handheld pizza cup bites.
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Whimsy Mr. and Mrs. lovebirds cake topper.
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Delicious pepperoni and sausage pizza cup bites.
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Pastel butterfly adorned escort cards.
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DIY dimensional paper lantern decor.
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Pretty powder blue bridesmaid dresses.
 
 
Jumping into the weekend with a collection of of unique finds including a colorful Fall wall decor project and a beautiful cool blue beachside cake.
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Reese's stuffed football cookies make a fun game day snack.
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Such exquisite beaded detail in this bridal gown.
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Add some color to your walls with spray painted Fall leaf decor.
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A cool blue beachside cake.
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Sparkly gold dress hangers and complementary bridesmaid name tags.
 
 
I put together a collection of nine of the most innovative guestbook ideas that can actually be put to use later as home decor, for game night, and even as a birthday reminder for all of your friends and family. I really love the idea of the bucket list; it would be interesting to read through all of the different suggestions for future adventures. Which guestbook idea is your favorite?
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This guestbook wall decor is perfect for those winter weddings this year! (LovaluDesign.Etsy.com)
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A DIY ombre heart to display on your walls with warm thoughts from friends and family. (realcoake.com)
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Never forget a birthday again by having guests find their birthday in a calendar and write a little note next to it. (studioelevenweddings.com)
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Ask your guests to suggest exciting adventures to add to your husband and wife bucket list. (leahvis.com)
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Lay out interactive pages where guests can get involved by drawing pictures and answering interesting questions. Makes a great memory of your special day. (guestbookstore.com)
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Display a mason jar where guests can add well meaning wishes for the newlyweds to read later. (beau-coup.com)
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Guests can sign the couple's initials or a large monogram to be displayed in the house after the wedding. (ZCreateDesign.Etsy.com)
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This is a very creative idea; design film rolls for guests to pull out and write special notes for the newlyweds. (inhim.hk)
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Another very innovative idea- have a puzzle designed where guests can write on the pieces and the happy couple can put it together later. (WoodTandemDecor.Etsy.com)
 
 
This week's top trending pins include colorful birthday party garland decor and a creative way to transform ordinary rocks into charming placecards.
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Fill your bathroom with DIY pumpkin spice soap bars this Fall.
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Beautiful embellished wedding rock place cards.
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Bacon, eggs, and toast all in one bite!
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An easy pinecone bird feeder craft for Fall.
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This colorful candle garland makes very festive birthday party decor.
 
 
The first week of November has certainly kept The Uncommon Event busy. Taking a moment to slow down and share our most inspiring pins from this week. Isn't that vanilla bean cake a sheer masterpiece?
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Swooning over this glittery gold fiesta decor.
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Decadent vanilla bean cake adorned with tiny sweet treasures.
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Cute baby shower popcorn treat boxes.
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A charming mixed floral and succulent bouquet.
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Cutesy name tags with short phrases describing the flavors at the cheese tasting.
 
 
Happy Friday! This week's top trending pins include a candy topped pumpkin cake for Fall and a simply stunning shimmery invitation suite!
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Heavenly stack of pumpkin pancakes.
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A classic navy and white polka dot place setting.
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Save some of those Halloween pumpkin candies to make this delicious Fall pumpkin cake.
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Homemade peppermint whipped body butter gift. This will be a great DIY idea for the holiday season!
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Love the metallic shimmer in this blush invitation suite.
 
 
WIth Halloween falling on a Saturday this year, many parents are thinking of how to celebrate the holiday and keep the kids entertained before trick-or-treating starts in the early evening. Here are over a dozen different craft ideas for kids; many of which can be done with materials found around the house. Once you have chosen your favorite projects, click the images to be taken to the tutorials. Have fun crafting this Halloween weekend!
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Use some toilet paper rolls and embellishments to create these scary goblins! (happyhooligans.ca)
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Turn a toilet paper roll into a Halloween bat! (craftymorning.com)
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This witch paper craft is a great way for the little ones to work on their colors and shapes. (toddlerapproved.com)
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Who doesn't have a bag of cotton balls hanging around the house? Use them to make this bootiful hanging ghost! (366daysofpinterest.com)
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The kids will love munching on a candy corn or two while making this creepy monster! (craftymorning.com)
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Kids will love getting their hands messy with these apple pumpkin stamps. When the paint dries, draw the faces on. (frugalmomeh.com)
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Only a handful of materials required to create this fun skeleton craft. (beeinourbonnet.com)
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This craft is such a cool idea - a Frankenstein sun catcher! (fromabcstoacts.com)
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Only three materials needed to make this eerie tape mummy! (notimeforflashcards.com)
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They'll have fun designing these paper bag puppets, and a whole lot more playing with them afterwards! (craftsbyamanda.com)
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Spook things up with these popsicle stick ghosts. (gluedtomycraftsblog.com)
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Use different materials from around the house to decorate paper pumpkins. (readingconfetti.com)
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Practice color sorting by making a paper version of this classic Halloween candy. (thrivinghomeblog.com)
 
 
The kids are going to be racking up more than enough candy while out trick-or-treating this weekend. If you are hosting a Halloween party or need to bring a special treat to school during the week, consider giving the kids a break from the sugar and try one of these candy-free options that the kids will love!
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Celebrate Halloween with these creative critter treats like spider egg donuts, spiders on a log, and cotton candy cobwebs! Click the images to view all of the recipe details.