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My Simple Spring Mantel

Freshen up your home and invite spring in with inspiration from My Simple Spring Mantel!
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Well here we are in March…
It’s not quite spring, but I don’t want to believe that it’s still winter.  So what’s a girl to do?
Redecorate.  Oh yes.
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Even though we have a foot of snow on the ground (it is melting), the sun is shining, and there is a glimmer of hope that spring is just around the corner.  So why not bring it inside!
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I figured it was time for a mantel redo, so I decided to dress up my mantel for spring.  And you can too!  Shop around your home for colourful items, make a new wreath, buy some fresh flowers, bring in the garden by potting some indoor plants, have fun with it!  You’ll be amazed at how good it feels to give your home a mid-winter pick me up!
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Pretty tulips on a mantel
Go to your local market and pick up some pretty tulips!  They brighten up any room!
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Love the birch logs on this mantel
Dream of summer grass with the addition of green!
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Simple Spring Mantel
Simple Spring Mantel
Simple Spring Mantel
Adding potted plants to shelves is such a great idea!
You might remember these jars from my Winter Gardening Post…
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Simple Spring Mantel
Simple Spring Mantel
Simple Spring Mantel
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Decorating for the changing season is such a nice way to say good-bye to winter!  How do you decorate?
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Have an inspired day!

 

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  1. Beautiful! I have been thinking of doing a spring mantle decoration as well. I’ve been a bit lax this year with my mantle. I kept a summer mantle up all year (except I threw in a few canles and Christmas decorations on it for show!). I just loved what I did over the summer – I have some beautiful carved shore birds that I got at a garage sale for a song, plus some coral and some sea fans. I love it and I didn’t want summer to end I guess.

    So – maybe I can put my summer decorations on hiatus for a while and bring on the tulips and greenery!

    Thanks for your beautiful inspiration. I was featured as well on Stephanie’s Under the Table and Dreaming blog.

    Cheers!
    Linda

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