Welcome back to The Scoop!
and Suzy from Worthing Court Our host this week isDebbie at Confessions of a Plate Addict
Hi everyone! Thanks so much for joining us at The Scoop! We are excited to have you as our guests and always look forward to seeing what you have to share with us each week!
I’ve been busy getting my home ready to celebrate the 4th of July. Have you realized that it’s less than two weeks away? Sooo….I have some super-easy and fun ways for you to add a little red, white and blue…like my BURLAP STARS AND STRIPES WREATH! You can’t get any easier than this because you just tie it!
And another fun and different way to add some stars and stripes in unexpected places is my PATRIOTIC RAG BALL FILLER. It’s simple and inexpensive to make, too. Just display them in a dough bowl or stack them in a lantern or large vase…instant centerpiece!
There are always so many wonderful ideas that it’s hard to choose, but here are just a few that caught my eye last week!
KariAnne at Thistlewood Farms shared her unique FAUX PAINTED FLOOR RUNNER. What a great idea!
Deb at Seeking Lavender Lane showed us how to make her pretty DIY WICKER WREATH PLANT HOLDER. Genius!
These WATERMELON GANACHE DOUGHNUTS from Heather at Woods of Bell Trees made me want to try food airbrushing paints…almost too pretty to eat!
Mary at Home Is Where the Boat Is shared her PATRIOTIC PORCH plus lots of other ways to show off your stars and stripes!
And finally, Cristina at Remodelando la Casa took us on a SUMMER HOME TOUR and shared lots of wonderful ideas for adding coastal touches.
Now…I can’t wait to see what you have to share, so let’s get on with the party!
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