Yvonne from StoneGable
and Suzy from Worthing Court
Our host this week is…
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict Hi everyone! It’s been a big week for The Scoop! We hosted our first ever Mega Spring Linky Party and it was a huge success…filled with tons of fabulous spring inspiration! We want to thank the 35+ wonderful blogs who joined us in bringing a much-needed breath of spring! And we would also like to thank those of you who shared your ideas! We couldn’t have a party without our guests!
And just in case you missed it, I have done a round-up of more than 25 beautiful spring wreaths that were shared at the party to inspire you!
I have also been busy getting my home ready for spring and thinking ahead to my Easter tablescape. I am spilling the beans and sharing all of my sources for getting the Pottery Barn look for less….much less! 🙂
And to add a touch of whimsey to your spring table, I am sharing how I created these fun Pier 1 inspired burlap bunny ear napkin rings…at absolutely no cost!
And now… on to the features from last week’s Scoop!
This beautiful spring mantel was shared by Creative Ideas. I love those pink tulips!
Gotta love this fun Peeps centerpiece from Home Is Where the Boat Is!
Oh, my! I am definitely trying these Mint Chip Mousse Brownies from The First Year Blog!
What a nice breath of spring! I love this pretty tablescape from Rosemary & Thyme!
Lost & Found shared this colorful frenchy chair re-do…perfect!
Shabby Love created these fabulous shabby lavender sachets from grain sacks…two things I love in one little package!
And now…let’s get this party started!
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