Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Adding a Little Spring


As I write this post it is a blizzard out my window.  We are only supposed to get an inch but it is snowing very hard. So I am focussing inside to make it look a little more like spring. I am trying to force bulbs for the first time this year. I posted a picture on instagram, you can follow along by clicking on the link. I hope they bloom! Every fall I mean to plant some but I never get around to it, so the only way I am going to get my own tulips is if I can get these to bloom. Wish me luck.

I switched my mantle around a little and added a new banner. I had so much fun making banners for my kids birthdays I needed to make one for myself. I got a Silhouette for Christmas but have not played with it much until now and now I am addicted. I can't believe how much it can do and I am sure their is a lot I am missing. I see more Silhouette projects in my future.


Spring Mantle - the colored door


Spring banner - the colored door


I made my wreath last year and was excited to pull it out again this year. I love burlap and chevron. It was super easy to make.


Spring Wreath - the Colored door


Spring Wreath  - the colored door

I added some shredded paper or basket filler to a glass jar and some speckled eggs, so fun for Easter and Spring! And the bird my son brought home from school is perfect. I love the kids clay projects.


Spring decor - the colored door

I added some dollar store moss rocks to my cloche (actually it is a cheese board). Their are so many easy ways to add spring around the house. Now if I could figure out how to add some spring to outside that would be fantastic.
Spring decor - the colored door

spring banner - the colored door

I hope you are getting some warm spring weather wherever you are. Have a great day!



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14 comments:

  1. I love all of your spring decor! Your wreath is just darling! I'd love for you to link up this Thursday to the Thursday S.T.Y.L.E. Link Party. It goes live at 9:00EST http://addicted2diy.com

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  2. Thanks Katie! I will head over on Thursday to link up, thanks for the invite.

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  3. What a lovely wreath! I love the chevron fabrics you used with the burlap. I also like the speckled eggs!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday Link Party

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  4. What great accessories! Thanks for sharing on Twirl and Take a Bow! ~Tammy

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  5. Hopefully Spring has sprung in your neck of the woods! Thanks for sharing and linking up with us at the #WWDParty.

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  6. I love all your pops of spring! That wreath is especially fantastic!

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  7. Thanks so much! It is nice to finally decorate for Spring.

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  8. Antionette, Spring is not quite here yet, maybe next month. I try not to get my hopes up since we live so far north. Thanks for hosting.

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  9. Thanks Jennifer! I am still loving the wreath.

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  10. Kim @ seven thirty threeApril 4, 2014 at 9:34 AM

    I love all of the little spring additions you made! Adorable! Thanks for linking with Inspire Me Wednesday.

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  11. I featured you from the Morganize with Me link party: http://www.thechildatheartblog.com/2014/04/my-favorites-from-link-party-with.html

    If you haven't signed up for my giveaway this month please come by! Have a joyful day :)

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