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Yvonne from StoneGable
and Suzy from Worthing Court Our host this week is…
Debbie at Confessions of a Plate Addict
Happy Spring, everyone…at last!…at least according to the calendar!
I’m pinch-hitting this week for our friend Barb at The Everyday Home while
she recovers from a wrist injury, so send some positive thoughts
her way! As for me, I have been enjoying the fabulous spring
weather we have been having here in the South and I have even
been inspired to add some spring touches to my porch!
If you know me, you know I am a notorious copy-cat, so I started
with this Pottery Barn inspired burlap bunny banner…a nice little
change from a traditional wreath for the front door!
And I continued my neutral color scheme with even more
burlap, galvanized accents and pops of white for my
farmhouse spring porch! I am loving all the texture!
You can see more of my porch by clicking here.
And now that spring is officially here, I have been looking at
the wonderful links on last week’s Scoop for some spring inspiration
…and I found lots of it! Here is just a peek at some of my favorites…
Faded Charm shared her tips for forcing spring blooms with
this beautiful forsythia…one of my spring favorites!
I love these French pots from The Cowboy’s Daughter Design Journal!
You will not believe what she used to make them!
Rosemary and Thyme shared this lovely pink tablescape…
perfect for a spring brunch in the garden!
Twigg Studios created these elegant and unusual violet and lemon
éclairs in her vintage éclair pan.
I love the candied violets…so pretty!
I had to smile when I saw these cute paper bunnies from
Crafts à la Mode! I am definitely trying this one!
And finally, this beautiful moss wreath with pastel accents from
At Home with Jemma just said spring to me!
Now…I can’t wait to see what you’ve got!
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