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16 March, 2015

Please Join Me for The Scoop #162

Yaay! Spring is just a few days away from its official arrival and the weather here in Georgia is certainly reflecting it, too! I am getting the urge to start working in my yard but I'm holding off since we always get one last hard freeze. Yikes! However, Easter is starting to show up at my house no matter what the weather!

And I think this may be my favorite project no-sew bunny and carrot wreath! The little grands love it and I am enjoying having this whimsical little guy to greet my guests. You will find a full tutorial here.

And now, I want to see what you have been up to so let's get this party started!

Welcome back to THE SCOOP!

New banner June 2014

We are...
Yvonne from StoneGable
and Suzy from Worthing Court

Our host this week is

anita cedar hill

Oh, my! I sure hope you are seeing signs of spring where you are! Where I live, my pear tree is full of beautiful white blooms and I am super-pumped about warm days ahead and meals on our porch. Come on spring!!

I've been adding spring touches everywhere, and the girls' room at the farm has been a special target of mine. You can see what's new and why I love to use simple fabrics.

I also added some curtains to my bedroom and I'm pretty amazed at the result.

And this is my favorite part of the party, when I get to pick the features. Here's what caught my eye this week.


And now…I can’t wait to see what you have to share this week!

Thank you for linking up, friends!
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  1. Debbie, thanks so much for hosting. I love your touch of Spring.


  2. I am ready for Spring! Thank you so much for hosting The Scoop!

  3. Debbie, I swear, you have got the cutest projects, and so often no sew! That wreath of the rabbit chasing the carrots is really cute, as were the felt carrots. Love your seasonal displays. Thanks for hosting the Scoop - such a great group, you all are. Happy Spring!
    Rita C at Panoply

  4. Debbie, I love your carrot and bunny wreath so much! I have a Beatrix Potter themed nursery for my daughter so I always admire bunny and carrot projects. I linked up my spring forsythia wreath today. Thank you so much for hosting! ~ Jamie

  5. Hi, Debbie,
    You have the best easy-to-do, inexpensive projects! I love reading about all of them, but especially the ones with a French touch. Thank you, Yvonne, Suzy, and Anita for hosting the linky party every week. It's one of my favorites to visit and to share my posts. Happy finally is happening!


  6. Hello cute lady! I love stopping by your party each week, it’s amazing! I hope you get a chance to stop by our party. That would be fabulous! Lou Lou Girls

  7. Thanks for hosting Debbie! Happy St. Patrick's Day!

  8. Thanks for hosting. We would love it if you would join us this week for Funtastic Friday. Hope to see you there.

  9. oh my! that is one of the cutest wreaths....and no sew?!! hard to believe ~ oh so cute!

  10. Debbie,
    So~o~o sorry. . .but I've been MIA recently, dear friend!!!
    Love the Spring Wreath!!!
    Now that I'm ready to decorate the Dining and Living Rooms for Spring. . .
    "Mr. Ed" is ready to finish the interior painting!!!
    Bummer. . .but I say. . ."Strike while the iron's hot!"
    OR while my husband has a paint roller in his hand!!!


Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment! I appreciate my wonderful readers!... Debbie