Wednesday, October 19, 2016

~Fall Orange Wreath and Simple & Sweet Fridays #242~



I love drying citrus slices for Fall arrangements!
I dried oranges, limes and lemons.
I used our Nesco dehydrator.
You can use it for apples, pineapples, etc.
After the oranges were dried, I used a small gauge wire and bent it around the oranges to make a hoop.
I have a pretty crystal wreath,
 we bought at Smith & Hawkins awhile back.
I hooked the wired oranges onto the wreath.
I ended up placing it over our mantel,
 where a mirror is hanging.
It looks so pretty with lights on it.
Sparkle everywhere!!
Displaying a little of Fall in the kitchen.
Stan planted more pumpkins about 6 weeks ago.
We have new ones coming up!!
A new Fall pumpkin patch!
These are some of the ones,
 we grew earlier this year.

Roses are still flourishing in San Diego!
A glass of wine with some fried zucchini from the garden for an appetizer!!
Aren't these pumpkins the cutest!!
They're assorted Belgian Chocolate Pumpkins from
Trader Joe's!!
So good!




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21 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for featuring the home tour, Jody. :)

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  2. Great features - thanks for hosting. Your dried orange wreath is gorgeous! Wonderful idea.

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  3. I love your dried wreath! Wonderful way to add fall elements to decor! Thanks as always for hosting!

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  4. So beautiful, the wreath is great. The chocolate pumpkins are laughing at me.

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  5. Love the dried wreath and it looks so pretty. Love all your pumpkins.
    Thanks so much for hosting this wonderful party.
    Enjoy your week.

    Mary

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  6. Jody & Stan,
    I l o v e the dried orange wreath, dear friends!
    Earlier this Autumn, I saw dried oranges tucked into a floral garland, also!
    The roses are so~o~o stunning!
    Newly blooming pumpkin vines with sprouts. . .divinely admired!
    Your Autumnal decor header is gorgeous!
    Thank you for hosting Simple And Sweet Fridays! each week!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  7. Hi Jody, love the dried oranges on that clear wreath! Your fountain is so pretty, as are your roses. I still have some blooms here in Missouri too. :)
    Thanks so much for hosting and have a great week!
    Gina

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  8. I bet your house smells wonderful when you dry all those oranges! Thank you so much for including my fall tree in this weeks features! Have a blessed rest of the week....hugs...

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  9. Pretty features.
    Thanks for the inspiration.
    Enjoy the rest of your week.
    FABBY

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  10. Thank you for hosting- I love your wreathe.
    I think I need a dehydrator!
    I joined in this week :)

    Laura
    White Spray Paint

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  11. The wreath is so pretty and earthly with the dried oranges. Thanks for hosting.

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  12. I love your wreath with the dried oranges. I think everyone is going to want to run out and buy a dehydrator! And your sunflowers, garden and those yummy looking chocolate pumpkins, OH MY! Thank you for hosting each week!

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  13. Your orange wreath is so lovely and I love your pumpkins! Thank you for hosting!

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  14. Jody, I love the orange wreath. It looks great in front of the mirror. Thank you for the party.

    xo Dianne

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  15. Fun party, as always. Thanks for hosting! -Journa, visiting from the team at www.lollyjane.com

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  16. Jady I always love glimpsing your garden and the orange slices are a favorite of mine! Great wreath! Thanks for hosting!

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  17. Jody beautiful wreath and love the fountain and large cement Rooster in the garden. Thanks for hosting

    Cindy

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  18. Thank you for featuring my solar mason jar light :) I'm loving that orange slice wreath I bet it smells so fresh and clean. Wonderful idea.

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  19. When you first said Fall orange wreath, I thought you meant the color. Wow, this wreath is very lovely. I looks so nice on your mantel. Can I ask where you got those candles, they're so pretty? Your rooster looks charming with all the orange pumpkins around it. Fried Zucchini, YUMMY! You always have such inspiring posts and clever and creative ideas, Jody. It's always a treat to visit.

    love, ~Sheri

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