Hi StoneGable friends... are you ready for lots of inspiration? Great!
Welcome to ..
THE SCOOP #114
Get ready for 5 hosts and hundreds of fun and creative posts...
Anita from Cedar Hill Farmhouse
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict
Our host this week is...
Yvonne @ StoneGable
Hi Scoop Group! Welcome to THE SCOOP #113!
Spring is in full swing at the farmhouse! Can you believe that Easter is just less than 2 weeks away?
I'm blogging and posting and pinning all things spring and Easter now!
Do you know how to dye eggs using onion skins? It's a tradition that goes back generations in my family. It's so easy and if you have yellow onions in your pantry and eggs in your frig, you have everything you need to make them.
I hope you will dye some of these beautiful eggs this Easter! They are unique and marbleized... and just gorgeous!
And who know's, they just might be a new tradition at you house!
Here is some inspiration from last week to get us started...
This BALLARD INSPIRED MONOGRAMMED WASTE BASKET is on my must-try list! Wonderful DIY from Confessions Of A Serial Do-It-Yourselfer!
Becca's home is a real treat to see... especially SPRING IN THE SITTING ROOM. Beautiful inspiration from Adventures in Decorating!
Beth at The First Year whipped up these awesome FRENCH TOAST MAPLE SAUSAGE MUFFINS. Don't they look delicious?
This MASTER BEDROOM from Classic Casual Home looks like it came right out of a magazine! WOW, Mary Ann what a view!
Rachel at Maison De Pax is USING WAX TO GUILD A FRAME. How simple and stunning!
Now...I can't wait to see what you've got!
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