Happy Thursday and welcome to our Spring Fling Tour! It is going to be filled with Spring ideas, crafts, home decor and more. I am ecstatic for you to see all that we have prepared for you. Today I have Simple Solutions to Add Spring Decor.
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Simple Solutions to Add Spring Decor isn’t hard and/or tricky.
It takes just a little imagination and some creative juices.
Welcome to our Spring home. I made a Book Page Spring Wreath to welcome our guests.
With peonies and pussy willows it says, “Spring.” Don’t you think?
Since we live in a condo, I don’t have a place to garden. You know, REALLY garden, so I find usual containers to create a “garden”.
This is my “Garden Shoe”. I fill it with fresh flowers every Spring.
Right after Easter, You can find “bulb” plants on sale. I bought this hyacinth plant for just a few dollars. The blossoms were gorgeous and the fragrance was permeating through our home. After cutting off the dead blossoms, I still have a beautiful green plant to enjoy all through Spring. I will save the bulbs for next year and plant them in a large planter outside on our balcony.
Adding succulents is another way to add Spring influences in your home. I always like to add a touch of moss, for extra texture and interest.
For Spring meals, I use my pastel dishes and napkins. The plates were a dollar store find and the napkins were made by my grandma. Simple yet, effective Spring decor.
More fresh flowers. Of course, on sale. I found 6 tulips for $4 at Walmart, just before Easter. I know! What a deal, right? You just never know where you will find fresh flowers for such a good deal.
Trader Joe’s is another great place to find good deals for flowers. Yesterday, I saw 6 roses for $5. Not too shabby.
If you want to know how to make your flowers last longer, read my post.
Using a framed cardboard chalkboard as a focal point, I created a simple Spring vignette.
I liked leaving the stems really long on these particular tulips. They naturally were curving and twisty. So I wanted to leave them as natural as possible.
Placing the six tulips in separate jars and then in a basket, I was able to have a gorgeous Spring centerpiece.
The petals are even beautiful after they have fallen off of the stem.
Also, for Simple Solutions to Add Spring Decor, use eggs and moss in various vignettes. I know Easter is over, but eggs signify Spring to me.
Okay! Another fabulous find! These white tulips were $1 at Walmart yesterday. They are in a pot with dirt. I can either keep them in the pot OR cut some off to spread them around the house.
I decided to cut 3 stems off and place them in a blue mason jar.
The icing on the cake is the vintage hankie (from my grandma) tied around it in a simple knot.
Decorating for Spring doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. Just use your imagination and create WHAT YOU LIKE. If you like it, then it works and it is beautiful!
I hope I have helped you with Simple Solutions to Add Spring Decor.
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