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Tag Archives: Spring
Spring is one of my very favorite seasons in Texas. Yes, we do have a lot of storms this time of year, but the mild temperatures, the sunshine and the gorgeous Spring flowers take center stage.
It’s the time of the year when we really enjoy dining outdoors on our back porch because it’s not too hot outside yet.
When it’s just the four of us, we are pretty casual and use whatever plate we want and eat buffet style. We just dish it up indoors and take it outside to enjoy the weather and the pool side view.
But, when friends come over, I fancy it up a bit and try to make it feel a little extra special.
I love the casual and comfortable beauty of farmhouse style dining, so I thought I would put together a farmhouse Spring tablescape. This setting is perfect for a special lunch with friends, don’t you think? (more…)
I love looking at pretty pictures of decorated homes, amazing DIY projects, and gorgeous crafts. It’s fun to get inspired by projects big and small.
I love all the inspiration that exists on blogs and that’s why it’s so fun to be joining 24 of my home/DIY blogger friends today to bring you our #BestofDIY Party #2!
At the end of this post, there are 25 links to 25 amazing and inspiring DIY projects. I hope you will take the time to visit them all! If you love vintage, farmhouse, traditional or Shabby Chic decor, you will love the projects being shared here today! (more…)
The other day I showed you my new Spring door decor I made using a metal hanging bucket.
I originally planned to make a very full wreath so I bought a lot of floral supplies. But, when I got home I remembered my tin bucket so I decided to use it instead.
As a result, I didn’t use all of my fake flowers. Instead of returning them I decided that I would make a wreath anyway.
My front porch wraps slightly around the side of the house so I thought it might be nice to put something over there that coordinates with the front door.
If there is one thing I love about spring it is seeing all of the flowers pop up and bloom. Of course, most of the country won’t be seeing any real flowers in their yards for several weeks but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some spring indoors!
As you know, I love quick and easy crafts and this one is about as quick and easy as they come. It’s my 10-minute spring daffodils in a tea cup craft and it cost next to nothing.