Are you ready to party? I sure hope so!!!
I've so enjoyed all the great,creative posts you have been sharing! I've gotten so many fabulous ideas from YOU! Thanks so so much!!!!
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If you like farmhouse style, you might want to give this a look!
Welcome back to The Scoop.
Anita from Cedar Hill Farmhouse
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict
Our host this week is...
Suzy from Worthing Court
Yay! It's my favorite day of the week! That day when I get to be inspired by all that you've created.
Speaking of inspiration, did you see the beautiful gray and turquoise tablescape that I shared last week? My friend, Nancy, has a brand new kitchen that is jaw dropping and she set up a wonderful tablescape to celebrate her new space.
Let me show you a few links that caught my eye last week.
You won't believe what Victoria from Trois Petites Filles used to create this gorgeous headboard. Amazing!
We all love a good gallery wall, but they can be a little intimidating to create. Lauren from Bless'er House gives some great tips and shows how to go about it without winding up with a bunch of unused holes in the wall.
Moni from Zu Haus At Home shows us how she made this adorable, eye-catching pillow to go on her new porch chairs.
We all adore kitchen transformations. Take a look Suzan's beautiful kitchen at Simply Vintageous.
Heather from Setting For Four sharing this yummy looking healthy, gluten free recipe for an Almond Banana Smoothie. I need to give this one a try!
And now…show us what you’ve got this week!
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