Be sure to check out all the tours from the lovely bloggers at the end of this post.
I’ve had so much fun decorating for spring this year because it’s soooo cold and yucky outside and I’m hoping that all these flowers inside will help with the growing of them outside.
Come on, spring!
I’ve already shown you my kitchen all decked out for spring, the Happy Easter and Bunny printables on a pallet sign, and the super cute glass Easter jars with bunny ears.
This is my take on a French vintage spring tour (since I’m obsessed with all things French vintage). I also have a simple and dramatic DIY project at the end that you can add to your home to make it more cozy this spring.
Let’s get started!
For the last year that I’ve been in my new house I’ve been slowly adding pink. It’s amazing how that happens when it’s just me and the kids living in the house 😉
My neutral furniture is the perfect backdrop for the touches of pink flowers and pillows.
Even some old books got some pink treatment with a beautiful pink ribbon.
I just did a post on these spring flower printables on the silver platters. Such an easy way to add some unique art to your walls.
Flowers can be added to multiple little containers, in this case mini pitchers, instead of large vases.
Some more pink ribbon wrapped around an old French bible I picked up in France last year for Heather Bullard’s The Academy.
I love these faux flowers I found at a local florist shop. They’re perfect added to an apple basket.
I picked up these Rae Dunn Easter mugs and plates from Home Sense the other day. Too cute!
At the end of the month, I’ll be sharing with you details on this Peter Rabbit inspired Easter table I pulled together.
So many cute details! I’ll be sharing with you step-by-step on how to recreate this look so be sure to check back!
Here is the little project I made this week that is so cute!
These little eggs I bought years ago and I just love them. I’m going to recreate these eggs and provide a tutorial for you soon.
I’ll also show you next week how to recreate this drying rack turned Easter egg/flower centrepiece.
Here is how you make the Easter Egg Stick Decor
- a stick (literally just a stick, actually my son found it for me)
- floral ribbon
- Command Hook
- Easter eggs with twine or ribbon (I’ll be making my own like these eggs and sharing that tutorial with you soon!)
- Place two Command Strips a little bit closer in width than the stick above the window.
- Add your eggs to the stick. These eggs spell out Happy Easter.
- Measure approximately the ribbon length you’ll need to suspend the stick from. Double that length and fold in half. You’ll need two ribbon lengths for each end of the stick.
- Cut a slit through the top of the ribbon making sure to go through both ends.
5. Hang the ribbon through the slit you’ve cut.
6. Add some twine under the hook and tie in a bow.
I love how it turned out!
Projects that are simple, natural and beautiful are the best kind of projects.
In the photo below, you’ll see what it looked like before I decorated the drying rack (AKA cup rack) with flowers.
I’m so glad you joined me in this tour today.
Continue the Tour
Now be sure to check out how my lovely blogging friends decorated their homes for spring!