Welcome back to The Scoop
The weekly link party featuring the scoop on the best posts from around the web!
More exposure + less time = win win!
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 be joining us soon.
This is Debbie at Confessions of a Plate Addict and I am really excited to be your host this week! I have had so much fun checking out your fabulous links and, as always, I am amazed at your creativity and talent! Thanks so much for sharing your creations at our party. As usual, I found a little theme running among some of the links and shared them with you as I do every weekend.
Just in case you missed some of the themed feature posts from previous weeks, here they are:
I am also featuring some of your links on my Pinterest board Shared at The Scoop Linky Party and I have also shared them on my blog's Facebook page. Soooo...please know that linking up on The Scoop will not only get you more exposure on multiple blogs, but on Pinterest and Facebook as well!What a great deal, huh?
And now for a few things that caught my eye this week…
Sherry at No Minimalist Here showed us the fabulous thrifting score that she had to dig through piles of junk to find. I am having major tureen envy! And…you will not believe what she paid for it all! It was a real “start the car” moment!
Sarah at Hyacinths for the Soul shared her wonderful breakfast on the terrace with us. Not only is she having some of my favorites, she is serving them on a pretty Provençal tray with a sunny mug, taking me back to the south of France!
And speaking of France, Red Hen Home showed us how she made this unusual frenchy clock face table…love it!
The Vintage Farmhouse showed off her fabulous one day craft closet make-over…amazing! Having just given one of my closets a make-over this week, I know how much work went into this project…and hers is pretty to boot!
Got some mismatched books you would like to disguise and make interesting at the same time? Cottage in the Oaks has the perfect solution for you! Head over to see how she accomplished this look!
And finally, Glass Slipper Restorations showed us her unusual method for restoring vintage hardware without using any chemicals! I love this idea since I have some old hardware that I have been postponing tackling!
Thank you for linking up, friends!
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