Fall arrives. Leaves change. The air cools. It feels nice to sit in the sun and soak up the warmth. While some lament the loss of summer, others embrace the crisp autumn air. Many of our blogging friends enjoy kicking up leaves, stoking the fire, settling down with afternoon cocoa and a classic novel. More than a few are energized, developing recipes, aging whiskey, baking, stewing, and prepping for the holidays.

Nothing warms us more than seeing our artists’ wares featured in a great blog post.

reclaimed-fire-hose-log-carrier

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As the weather cools high up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, bloggers Debbie and Dave at The Mountain Kitchen use our Reclaimed Fire Hose Log Carrier to haul firewood to their rustic mountain retreat.

Literary Scarf - Literary Writing Gloves - UncommonGoods

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At FreeCandie.com, world traveler, travel writer, and greedy reader Candie bundles up and geeks out in her new Literary Scarf and Literary Writing Gloves.

Mexican Hot Chocolate Set - UncommonGoods

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Spiced cocoa in this Mexican Hot Chocolate Set warms the belly. Jeanne of The Jolly Tomato says, “One sip and it fills your body with sweet, cinnamon-y, chocolate-y, healing warmth.”

Steampunk Coffee Grinder - UncommonGoods

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The Gastronom‘s Jay and Leah prefer to spice things up with a more adult beverage. Their original Cold Brew Bourbon Cocktail uses coffee freshly ground with our retro Steampunk Coffee Grinder.

Ravioli Rolling Pin - UncommonGoods

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When you open the door the aroma of home cooked comfort greets you in Diana’s house. With her Ravioli Rolling Pin, she rolled out fresh, handmade, mushroom ravioli for her delicious recipe at One Broad’s Journey.

Oval Oak Wine Carafe - UncommonGoods

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Michelle fills her Oval Oak Wine Carafe and sets the table for an informal gathering. The casual comfort of friends and extraordinary views of soon to be snowcapped peaks are all the inspiration she needs for The Complete Savorist.