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Welcome to another Friday Finds! And happy Fall!! This Saturday marks the Autumn Equinox, and the first official day of Fall. Though the temps might still be quite high in some places, we can officially celebrate all things pumpkin spice. From home decor and body care products to fall beauty and fashion, you can find several ways to get started on seasonal shopping this weekend. Enjoy!

One of my favorite things to switch up with each new season is my makeup. This Fall I find myself really attracted to a mix of traditional warm tones and shimmery jewel tones as well. At Lip Love, there is no shortage of either in their beautiful new Fall collection! From their "Sierra" shade - a warm red lip gloss with gold and brown tones, to "Reign" - a stunning deep purple lip gloss with berry hues, the collection has every shade you need for the upcoming holiday season. If you can't make up your mind (who could blame you), you can purchase a lip duo like this Bronze Beauty …

An Easy Halloween Graveyard Cake


A graveyard cake is always a popular centerpiece for a Halloween dessert table, but some versions can be complicated and intimidating. My Easy Graveyard Cake is easy enough for beginners yet looks great, and it's a Halloween dessert you can make at the last minute, especially if you start with a store-bought sheet cake.


For the base I used a chocolate sheet cake. Luckily I found a premade Hershey's Perfectly Chocolate Cake at Walmart, but any chocolate sheet cake will do. If you want to make it from scratch, try the recipe for "Hershey's Perfectly Chocolate" Chocolate Cake. Cover the top with chocolate wafer crumbs to create the look of dirt. Simply place the cookies in a plastic bag, seal, and crush with a rolling pin or whatever you have on hand. I used Milano cookies for instant edible headstones. For a realistic touch, use a black food decorating pen to write on the headstones.



You can add extra touches to your Easy Graveyard Cake with pumpkin candies, marshmallow ghost peeps, and gummi creatures. I used candy pumpkins, gummi owls, and ghost peeps. To make the ghost peeps float above the graves, insert a lollipop stick into the peeps and place each one behind a tombstone. Happy Halloween!


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