Mar 20 2014

Spring Vignette

Hi Everyone!

Happy first day of spring!   When it comes to decorating for the seasons or holidays I try to add just a couple small touches to my living room.  I usually just change out the things on the shelf above our couch and add a fabric banner above our television.  I wanted to give you a few tips on how you can decorate for the seasons and not break the bank every time.  :)

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1.  Decorate with things you already have on hand.  My sweet friend Katy gave me the adorable watering can for my birthday.  I couldn’t bare to keep it outside and let it get dirty so I decided to decorate with it!  It was my inspiration for my spring shelf.

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I also grabbed the white vase, frame, and mason jar from other places in my house.  The wreath was a DIY project I had made for a baby shower.  I followed the tutorial found here.

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2.  Bring the outdoors in.  Add some flowers or greenery from your yard.  The Indian Hawthore in our yard is going crazy with blooms right now.  It was the perfect pink for my mantle!

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3.  Use a free printable.  You can find TONS of free printables on Pinterest created by some very talented people.  Type in “free spring printable” and see what you find.  The one on my mantel can be found here.

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4.  Get your craft on!  The egg garland was a project I did with some girlfriends when we had a crafting day.  All it took was some paper mache, water ballons, and some embroidery floss.

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I hope you got some good ideas so that you can add a touch of spring to your home without much effort or money!

I am linking up over at Worthington Court and Home is Where the Boat Is and sharing my spring vignette.  Go check out the other beautiful arrangements!

Hope you enjoy your day!

Signature - Marissa

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