Welcome to The Scoop
The weekly linky party that features the scoop on the best posts from around the web!
Anita from Cedar Hill Ranch,
Linsey from Farmhouse Porch,
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict and Anne from White Lace Cottage. Our guest hosts will join us again in the fall.
Hi! This is Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict and I will be your host this week! I am so impressed by everything that all of you are sharing! There are some very talented people out there in the blog world!
I hope you have noticed that I have been choosing some of your links along a theme each week and sharing them on Saturdays! Just in case you have missed any of them, here they are so far:
And last week I was thrilled to see lots of links starring my favorite colors...blue and white! Be sure to check them out here! I am also featuring some of your links on my new Pinterest board Shared at The Scoop Linky Party and I have shared them on my blog's Facebook page.
Sooo...please know that linking up to The Scoop will not only get you more exposure across multiple blogs, it will also get you noticed on Pinterest and Facebook as well! What a great deal, huh? So thanks for joining us!
And now...on to the features!
My heart nearly stopped when I saw this fabulous French antique chair that The Laundry Can Wait found on Craig's List for a song! She says she found her dream chair...and mine, too! #MajorChairEnvy
The Thrifty Rebel shared her amazing DIY silver goblet wind chimes...beautiful!
And what a wonderful sound they must make!
I am amazed at the intricacy of the paint job done by Remodelando la Casa on this Greek key design tray! Such a classic look!
Green Willow Pond showed us how to make these perfect little paper flowers! Love that script paper!
This sounds unusual but heavenly...baked avocados from Lamberts Lately! It has two of my favorites ...avocados and bacon...so it has to be good! I am trying this one for sure!
Cindy at Glass slipper Restorations shared the process of baling hay through her beautiful photographs. I was particularly struck by this photo. It almost looks like a painting and reminds me of a modern day version of Claude Monet's haystacks.
And finally, Far above Rubies shared a detailed tutorial for making this unique burlap and lace table runner...gorgeous!
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