Before we begin THE SCOOP this week I’d like to share a post I recently did about organization.
After a long long winter of recovery I have lots and lots or reorganizing to to! Are you a book and magazine collector like me? Here’s an easy and sensible way to contain book and magazine clutter….
Hope this helps all of you “print” lovers out there!
Today starts THE SCOOP’S
I hope you will visit all the creative spring Tablescapes!!!
TUESDAY, APRIL 22
Now let’s party!!!!
Welcome back to The Scoop
The weekly linky party featuring the scoop on the best posts from around the web!
Anita from Cedar Hill Farmhouse
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict
Suzy from Worthing Court
Hi everyone. I’m excited to be your host this week!
I hope you had a wonderful week since we last visited.
Last week for me was all about Easter and Spring.
You certainly blew me away last week with all that you had to share!
Here are a few that caught my eye.
Barbara from 21 Rosemary Lane revealed her oh-so-pretty master bedroom makeover.
Tasha from Designer Trapped In A Lawyer’s Body shared her gorgeous herringbone plank wall. You won’t believe where the boards came from.
Now this is a handy recipe to make and keep on hand. Merrisa from Little House Living shared a great seasoning salt recipe.
Kim from Savvy Southern Style shared her so pretty spring farmhouse style guest room.
Darrielle from D.D.’s Cottage gave a wonderful Frenchy flea marker mirror a gorgeous makeover. Take a closer look and find out how she did it.
Thank you so much to everyone who links up and visits every week. This party wouldn’t be what it is without all of you!
Let’s get on with it, shall we?
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