Happy Friday, my Everyday Friends.
I am still taking care of my sweet Daddy while he
recovers from pneumonia, but I am so blessed to have
such amazing friends who will step in and assist me
with fantastic Guest Posts like the one below.
I am so honored to have Tammy with
One Time Events and
Farmhouse Decor Shop share a beautiful
Spring Farmhouse Vignette
How to Create a Spring Farmhouse Vignette
Hi, Tammy here from One More Time Events.
I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to be here at
The Everyday Home to share some Spring
ideas with you all.
Today, I would like to share some ideas on
how I have been bringing Spring into my home
with some new Spring products from
As most of you know – Barb has been super
busy taking care of her dad, so I was more
than happy to help out so she can spend some
much-needed time to care for him.
I know Spring is still not here yet, but it is never
too early for me to start bringing Spring into
my home, since it is probably one of my favorite
seasons. Especially when we have been having some
great Spring-like weather here in Cali already.
Today I would love to show and share with you
how I created a Spring setting on our vintage
window coffee table with a few birdhouses, a wren
and wire basket, along with some Spring colors of
real and faux florals.
Here are some of the products I used to create
this Spring Farmhouse Vignette:
Clover plants (found at grocery store)
Silk Florals (found at Michaels)
Yellow and White Checked napkins (found at Marshalls)
For the Wire Gathering Eggs Basket arrangement,
I simply lined it with a yellow checked fabric napkin,
added a couple of clover plants…pretty simple right?
I love how the cute, yellow and white checked
napkins looks against the rusted gathering basket
while the greenery with small white flowers says it all!
Using the gathering basket…
(also would be cute by just placing some faux eggs or reals to it) –
using this as the main focal point to this Vignette
along with three adorable rustic bird houses.
I love how the weathered wood and rusted tin roofs
carries out the rustic feel of this vignette. Of course,
every birdhouse needs a songbird right?
But, it wouldn’t be complete if this songbird didn’t
have a nest, so a couple of small tiny pan-woven
baskets were added and filled to complete this
Spring Farmhouse Vignette.
I hope you all enjoyed this post as much as I did sharing
and putting it together for you. Thank you, Barb,
for having me here at The Everyday Home, it has
been a pleasure!
Xo Tammy from One More Time Events
See? Didn’t I promise you it was fabulous?
I don’t know about you, but I can totally see those
Birdhouse Pedestals on my Spring Mantel.
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online shop… Farmhouse Decor.
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