WELCOME TO THE SCOOP #124
Before we begin our party this week I'd like to share a new addition to the backyard/porch area at StoneGable.
You might want to check out my new potting bench and kitchen herb garden. I've tried to include lots of take-away ideas for you to try too...
And later this week I'll be showing off the rest of the new addition... our patio!
Okay, NOW let's party!
Welcome back to The Scoop
The weekly linky party featuring the scoop on the best posts from around the web!
More exposure + less time = win win!
Anita from Cedar Hill Farmhouse
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict
Yvonne from StoneGable
Suzy from Worthing Court
Suzy from Worthing Court
Hi y'all and welcome to The Scoop.
I'm always excited when it's my turn to host! I love spending time with each of you.
Did you know that this past week, I finally took care of something in my house that has been bugging me for quite a while?
Boy, summer is marching on - fast and furious.
I can't believe that we've already passed the summer solstice. I'm just trying to soak it all up while I can. Winter will be here soon enough.
One way that I like to add summer to my home is by adding some beachy touches here and there. These are sooo easy and fun to make! You should have no problem finding supplies - rumor has it that Hobby Lobby has had their Christmas stuff out for several weeks already.
As usual, you wowed us with your projects last week.
It's always tough to narrow it down, but here are a few that caught my eye.
This 4 Ingredient Lime Sorbet from Cincy Shopper sounds so refreshing for a hot summer day. It looks easy to make too.
The July 4th Banner from Artsy VaVa is one of the cutest that I've ever seen. She gives you all the details so that you can make one too.
The HOME Sign from Living And Learning With Luisa looks easy to make and is such such a great idea for celebrating your family and your home.
You need to see the Budget Kitchen Makeover from Designer Trapped In a Lawyers Body. Loads of great ideas. Amazing what you can do on a tight budget when you get your creative juices flowing.
A plain Jane table was turned into an adorable Nautical Striped Table by Restoration Redoux.
Thank you so much to everyone who linked up!
Now show us what else you've been up to.
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