The Scoop Link Party {#101}

Where is it 4 degrees and rainy one day, then 70 degrees 4 days later?

In Eastern North Carolina. 

The land of “if you don’t like the weather, wait until tomorrow.”

Hi Everyone!

This is Barb with The Everyday Home and I am 

happy to be your Co-Host this week.


I sure hope everyone is experimenting a Winter thaw now.

Unfortunately, I’m afraid that the worst may still be ahead of us.

So, I thought you would love to get some ideas for

cozying up your home for Winter.

25 Fabulous Bloggers will be sharing their

“Cozy and Warm” ideas all this week. 

Head on over to Confessions of a Plate Addict to see

the full schedule and Monday’s projects.

I can’t wait to share my “Cozy Home” project with you this Friday.  

I’ve just completed some major “No-Cost” furniture changes in my

home in an effort to create a warmer and welcoming setting.


Until then… I would like to introduce you to one of my very dear

friends – Amy at Atta Girl Says.  If you don’t follow Amy’s

blog, you have NO idea what you are missing.

She’s a DIY/Craft/Recipe Diva…and I just adore her.

So…take it away Amy!

Amy of Atta Girl Says

Hi, I’m Amy from the blog Atta Girl Says, where I share ideas to make

your home brighter and your heart lighter. I’m very excited to be

hosting The Scoop this week!

This is Scoop #101, and in college a 101 level class is usually an

introductory one. So, what better excuse to introduce myself and

my blog to you.

Atta Girl Says

Crafty, sassy and irreverent, and just a little bit frazzled, I’m a

“recovering” journalist, a “tarnished” Southern belle living in

North Carolina and mother to the sweetest little boy ever.

Creativity keeps me up at night ‚ and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I started my blog nearly two years ago to nurture my creativity and

to encourage other women to do the same. I’m a cook, crafter,

furniture painter, decorator and consummate dabbler in all things

domestic. Here are a few of my recent projects:

Moroccan Preserved Lemon Recipe

Easy Preserved Lemons Recipe

Lego Table with Storage: Tips for Organizing and Storing Legos

Lego Organization and Storage

How to Style a Vintage Bar Cart

How to Style a Vintage Bar Cart

Fire Crackers Easy Party Food Recipe

Spicy Fire Crackers Appetizer


I loved looking through all the links from last week’s Scoop.

The tough part was picking projects to feature. There’s so much

wonderful inspiration in this party every week.


Like these hanging globe terrariums from Town-N-Country Living.

Succulents are easy to grow, and I think we could all use a little

green as we deal with these polar vortex temperatures!

Scoop Features

As a furniture painter, I fell in love this this

Swedish Gustavian paint treatment

I Meeshu U created using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. It is simply

gorgeous, and what a transformation.

Scoop Features

I didn’t make any specific New Year’s resolutions this year,

but getting and staying organized is always a goal of mine. I love,

love, love how Bohemian Junktion has organized her craft supplies.

What a find that rotating bin was.

Scoop Features

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and these

Valentine’s gift boxes from Cowboy’s Daughter Designs are a

sweet way to say I love you.

Scoop Features

My 1929 Charmer has created quite the winter wonderland with

this lovely vignette on her buffet.

Scoop Features

Thanks so much for this chance to guest host at The Scoop.

I was honored to choose features from a party that delivers

such amazing inspiration week in and week out.


 Thanks Amy!

I love all of your features and we appreciate you being

our Guest Host.  Ok, are you guys ready to strut your stuff

at The Scoop?

Welcome back to The Scoop 
The weekly linky party featuring The Scoop on the best
posts from around the web!   
The Scoop
More exposure + less time = win win!


We are:

  Anita from Cedar Hill Farmhouse  Debbie from Confessions Of A Plate

Addict  Barb from The Everyday Home Yvonne from Stone Gable

Suzy from Worthing Court       

Please read the guidelines before participating:    

Follow and/or subscribe to your host’s blog.

Be sure to include THE SCOOP button or text link in your linked post…mandatory to be featured!
By linking up you are agreeing that the photos are yours or that you have permission to use them, that we may use those photos to feature your project on a blog post, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter with a link back to your blog, of course.
Please go to the source of a photo to pin it to Pinterest so that the originator of the post gets the credit.          




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  1. says

    Thanks so much for featuring my craft organization. I’m so excited! Thank you also for hosting this party each week. There is so many things that get my interest, and I just keep clicking away.

    Shannon ~

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