Halloween Inspiration from The Hearth and Soul Link Party

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There’s definitely a chill in the air, and now Canadian Thanksgiving has passed, I’ve begun to think about Halloween. So this week I’m featuring lots of Halloween inspiration!

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The nights are drawing here in the UK, and our clocks go back an hour on Saturday night. It’s definitely the time of year for getting cosy. I’m drinking lots of cups of tea, and sometimes having a treat with them too.


These Old Fashioned Lemon and Ginger Crinkle Cookies are perfect when you feel like you need just a little something. My little sugar-coated pillows of goodness are lightly crisp on the outside, and tender, almost cake-like on the inside. They also make lovely little gifts for neighbours who might be going through a tough time or who are on their own – and dropping off cookies is a great excuse to check in with them!

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Halloween Inspiration – Featured Posts

I really appreciate everyone visiting and sharing! Here is just a bit of the wonderful Halloween inspiration that was shared last week.

Halloween inspiration is featured at this week's Hearth and Soul Link Party where you are welcome to share blog posts about anything that feeds the soul.

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I love this pretty Fall Pumpkin Wreath from La La Land. Lily has made a wreath you can make in time for Halloween, but it’s also perfect for Thanksgiving too!

It’s such a busy time of year! I’m really taken by this Quick and Delicious Way to Decorate Halloween Cookies from 3 Winks Design. Helen also shared some tasty Halloween Appetizers.

Ever considered a dessert buffet for a Halloween party? There’s some fun Halloween tablescape inspiration at Penny’s Vintage Home with an elegant skeleton to watch over the goodies.

Are you dressing up this year? If so, you might want to try this amazing Half Frankenstein Halloween Make Up from Reviews, Chews and How To’s.

Feeling the pressure to make Halloween costumes for your little ones? Jenny Louise Marie shares some easy (and very cute!) ideas for Homemade Halloween Costumes. 

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Article by April Harris

April has written 1282 great articles for us.

April is a writer, recipe developer, frequent traveller and blogger sharing travel, food, and style. Based in the south of England, April is a British Canadian who is passionate about family, hearth and home, healthy living (with treats!) and the transformative power of travel.

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  1. Thank you, April, for a spooktacular party! Have an amazing week!

  2. April, your crinkle cookies look like the perfect thing to go with my new teas! Thank you for hosting.

  3. Your cookies sure do look good April. I need those cookies to go along with my afternoon tea. Hope you are having a lovely day and thanks so much for the party!
    Miz Helen

  4. Hi April,
    Love all the features you have this week! And thanks again for hosting! Have a great evening. 🙂

  5. April,
    Tose Lemon Ginger Crinkles look delicious! We’ve always enjoyed Ginger Crinkles but never with lemon, going to have to try them! Thanks for hosting!
    – Nancy ( Nancy On The Home Front )

  6. It is always a pleasure to link up with you. Thank you for all you do to bring bloggers together. I invite you to join me at #OverTheMoon, #WonderfulWednesday and #ThursdayFavoriteThings. Have a great week!

  7. Thank you so much for the party and also for featuring my skeleton tablescape. Have a blessed week…hugs…

  8. Thanks for the party! Have a fabulous week!

  9. Love all the Halloween ideas and your cookies look great! Thanks so much for hosting another great party.

  10. April! What an awesome surprise to be featured on your blog today! Thank you! I gave you a shout out on my Facebook wall.

  11. It’s feeling like fall here too!

  12. What a joyful post, April! I’m enjoying this season as well.

  13. Sharing cookies is such a kindness, April, and is always appreciated. Your lemon ginger cookies are ideal along side a cup of tea!

  14. I added my Frankenstein Mason Jar and shared a few others.

  15. What a fun and spooky collection of goodies April! You must have had a blast hosting this week’s party! This week I am sharing my Choco-Oat Cookie Bars which would make a yummy edible holiday treat. Have a wonderful rest of the week and as always, thanks bunches for all you do!

    • I love this time of year, Linda, and there’s so many great ideas at Hearth and Soul. Hosting really is fun! Your Choco-Oat Cookie Bars sound delicious. I’m excited for the recipe. Thank you so much for your support 🙂 Hope your week is going well!

  16. Were creeping up on Halloween very quickly!! Happy Halloween!
    Thank you for hosting! Wishing you a goolish week!

  17. Thanks for the invite and hosting April. Great party 🙂


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