3/30/12

Spring Has Sprung

No matter how much effort a person puts into their spring decor,


 no one can top 'Mother Nature'.


 She knows just where to add a pop of color


 and where more texture is needed


 The shades are brilliant


 and she knows just how to 'accessorize'.


 I love how Spring seems to decorate itself.


 Looking to make a burlap wreath like the one on my front door? Cut 3-4 yards of burlap into 3 inch strips, then weave it back and forth onto a wire hanger. Finally,  add a nest and a few eggs.







What has Mother Nature done around your home? 

Sharing my outdoor spring decor at Southern Hospitality, 5 Days 5 Ways, Home Stories A to Z

11 comments:

  1. I love Spring for the same reasons....I can hardly drive without pointing everywhere to my kids..."look at that...isn't that pretty?".I bet more accidents happen in Spring! Is that a Lady Banks rose?
    Lorraine

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  2. I am so ready to get out in the garden.I LOVE that burlap wreath.I am going to make one.

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  3. LOVE that burlap wreath!! Thanks for sharing! :))

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  4. Thanks friends! I am loving all this spring weather. :) Samantha

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  5. What a pretty wreath! The leaves are green and the grass is growing around here. :)

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  6. Hi Samantha,
    Spring has to be my favorite season because of all the beautiful blooms after the starkness of winter. Lovely post.
    I'm a new follower, Mary Alice

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  7. This an amazing wreath. I love this fabulous idea. Thank you for this wonderful post! I would love it if you would share this at our What’s It Wednesday blog party. Hope to see you there.

    Paula
    ivyandelephants.blogspot.com

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  8. Thanks for giving me another wreath idea...I have a wreath giveaway come on by and check it out.

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  9. Love the wreath! Are the ferns in the urns by your front entrance real? Are they under an over hang??

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  10. Morgan- those ferns are real! We get a good amount of shade in the mornings, so the ferns do well there in the spring. Summer is harder with the heat (most plants don't like 105!). But with regular watering they make it through both spring and summer. The front door has a small overhang that also provides shade.
    :) Samantha

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  11. Great, easy wreath! Your Spring pictures are so pretty.....still waiting to come up to the northeast! Visiting from The Scoop's Mega Spring party

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:) Samantha

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