Our host this week is Debbie at Confessions of a Plate Addict
Hi everyone! Thanks so much for joining us at The Scoop each week to share your creativity and inspire us! After all, it wouldn’t be a party without our guests!
I am excited because the end of the month marks the time for our Country French design group to share our tips and this time the topic was our choice! Sooo…if you know me, you will not be surprised that I am sharing 10+ DIY Country French pillows...all of my favorites!
And now that March is here, Saint Patrick’s Day is only a couple of weeks away! Sooo…in honor of the celebration, I am sharing my easy-to-make shamrock wreath! And…even better…you have a chance at some luck of your own when you enter the Pot O’ Gold Giveaway with a prize package worth over $500! Head on on over HERE to enter!
And now…on with the party!
It’s always so hard to choose, but here are a few things that caught my eye this week!
I love all the details on this wonderful little Ikea hack doll’s bed from Gilly at Colour Saturated Life…so cute!
Even though it’s snowy outside, Barbara at 21 Rosemary Lane is bringing in spring with her pretty paperwhites!
I love anything frenchy, so you know that this side table with a frenchy fabric drawer from Christy at Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer just speaks to me!
Here’s a fun recipe for Saint Patrick’s Day! Simply Suzanne’s shared her recipe for shamrock cookies and showed us how to make minted sugar to top them off! Yummy!
And finally, Melissa at Dancing Dog Cabin shared her clever trick for giving her throw pillows a quick change! I’m taking note of this great way to save time on sewing covers!
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