Welcome to THE SCOOP #106!

I'm trying very hard to coax spring along by starting to bring nests and tulips and flowering branches into StoneGable.   This week I have a couple of fun decorating posts for you, and a formula to "build" a great kitchen table centerpiece... and I'll be making a hearty main meal soup!

Hope you will come back daily to see what's happening at the farmhouse...

In case you missed it.. my INDOOR HERB GARDEN is a fun way to start planting for spring... until the weather warms up outside!

Now on to our host this week...

I'm Anita from Cedar Hill Farmhouse, and I'm hosting the Scoop this week.  


 I'm excited to tell you I'm curating a collection at Joss and Main Tuesday evening beginning at 9 PM EST.

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  I love sharing information on how to get the Cedar Hill Farmhouse look, and now Joss & Main is helping me share the love with everyone. I've worked very closely with them to find things that work with my French Farmhouse style, and I think this collection is spot on. I sure hope you'll join me for the sale. It's going to be fun. For a preview of the sale click on the image below.


Now onto the features from last week's party.

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Welcome back to The Scoop
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We are:
Barb from The Everyday Home 
Yvonne from StoneGable 
and Suzy from Worthing Court

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