Spring kinda gets the short end of the stick when it comes to seasonal decorating, don’t you think? Commercially there isn’t as much to choose from and maybe the family gatherings are minimal this time of year.
Whatever the reason, I want to share 5 Easy Spring Decorations with you that hopefully will help you overcome the time, money and creativity roadblocks that can hold us back from seasonal decorating.
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5 Easy Spring Decorations
- Stone rabbit- look around for a rabbit that you could turn into “stone”, we had a lamp that I purchased ages ago for the nursery when the kids were little. I was actually contemplating donating it to Goodwill, when I happened upon the idea of using it for spring decor by turning the base into a faux concrete. If you spray paint whatever rabbit figurine you have with a darker gray base coat and finish it with a dusting of a lighter gray you will create that faux concrete look!
2. Reese frames or sometimes called “frameless frames” are really stunning with pressed botanicals in them, this fern is one I picked from my friend’s yard and pressed between the pages of a heavy book for a few days. This reese frame is from World Market.
3. Fake flowers- shhhh! It’s Ok, if you want to bring in nature with some fresh blooms, but find they are getting thrown in the compost too often, opt for their faux counterparts. I like checking Hobby Lobby and Michaels for inspiration. These peonies remind me of the baby we lost last spring and I consider them to be a good investment because of the shelf life of silk flowers compared to real ones.
4. Cloches!! Give me alllll the cloches! I kind of can’t get enough. Pinterest has such great ideas for how to style cloches, I may devote an entire post to this particular topic in the future. But, birds nests, tiny potted plants, butterflies, and books are all home runs. I printed a rabbit on a book page (tape down your book page to a piece of plain printer paper before you run it through so it doesn’t jam) and added in a crown to remind of the King for Easter. Or you can just leave them empty, plain jane and let the beauty of their shapes speak for themselves.
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5. Finally, find a way to bring in some pops of blue. We actually decided to paint our door navy blue with milk paint and I borrowed my friends’ vintage blue mason jars.
Try one of all of these depending on your current resources and enjoy a quick injection of spring into your home’s atmosphere. Let me know your other quick decor ideas in the comments!
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