Free Printable Welcome Spring

 

free spring printable

Who doesn’t love fresh flowers? Running to the floral shop has become a ritual for me. Every week I go on a search for a fresh flower arrangement. I used to be able to just walk into the backyard and pick a nice bouquet. But, somehow being busy with kiddos and life doesn’t leave a whole lot of time to tend to the flower gardens….or get a pedi….or finish that recommended book.

But, somehow, no matter how exhausted I am walking around in the floral shop seems to inspire me. I walk out of the shop re-energized with a smile on my face.

Today, I want to share a few of my favorite Spring vignettes and my hope is to inspire you to hop on over to the floral shop and find a bouquet that makes your home happy. I also hope you will take some time for you today….print off a printable from some of my favorite bloggers and create a vignette on your mantel or a centerpiece on your table. Just take time to enjoy the simple things….like pedicures or finishing that book!free printable welcome spring

 

First up on my list of favorites: You really have to pop over to her blog and experience all of the fabulous elements. One photo just doesn’t do this dining room justice.

spring dining room liz marie

LIZ MARIE BLOG SPRING DINING ROOM

Second, I love this fresh and bright centerpiece from Kristin over at Yellow Bliss Road. There is just something about lemons and tulips full of sunshine!

easy spring centerpiece ideas

YELLOW BLISS ROAD EASY SPRING CENTERPIECE

Now, let’s talk about this springtime vignette. Oh my. I can’t seem to pick a favorite piece and this girl can style a room, vignette, and chalkboard like no one can!

spring vignette dear lillie

DEAR LILLIE SPRING VIGNETTE

And now for a bit of whimsy. I love this floral arrangement almost as much as I love my Starbucks caramel macchiato! Such a fun element adding the carrots. It definitely will be a conversation starter.

orange tulips and carrot floral arrangement

THE WEDDING CHICKS ORANGE TULIPS AND CARROT ARRANGEMENT

free printable welcome spring

WELCOME SPRING FREE PRINTABLE

And now, please hop over for some extra inspiration. Each of these lovely bloggers have created a free printable for you, as well as some great decorating vignettes.

21 Free Easter & Spring Printables

 

 

Bird Prints Vignette with Free Printable by Town and Country Living

Dreamsicle Botanical Recipe Print by My Sweet Savannah

I Love Paris in the Springtime by So Much Better with Age

Spring Floral Watercolors by Migonis Home

Let New Adventures Begin by City Farmhouse

Hello Easter Greeting Card Printable by Sweet C’s Designs

Hippity Hoppity by Clean and Scentsible

Spring Vignette and Free Printable by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Botanical Prints for Spring by Shades of Blue Interiors

Spring Easter Bunny Free Printable by Thoughts from Alice

The Earth Laughs in Flowers by Ella Claire

Well, Hello Spring by Nest of Posies

Free Printable Welcome Spring by Dandelion Patina

Aztec Easter Egg Print by My Someday in May

Rain Boots Printable by Chronicles of Home

Bunny Gift Tag by In My Own Style

Easter Placemats by Finding Silver Pennies

Our Nest Watercolor Printable by Craftberry Bush

He Makes All Things Beautiful by AKA Design

Gardening Printables by Lilypad Cottage

Easter Garden Stake Printable by The Wicker House

Christmas In The Country Tour

Happy Holidays!

I am happy to be a part of the “Christmas in the Country” Home Tour and Link Party 2014!  I am one of over 40 decorated homes participating in this two week event from November 28th till December 12th.  Please visit Creative Country Mom’s to see all the new stops on the tour each day.  There is also a Holiday themed link party for the event where everyone can add their posts!  Let’s enjoy a homespun, Country Christmas at  www.creativecountrymom.blogspot.com!

 

 

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christmas in the country

 

christmas in country dining

 

christmas in the country kitchen

 

christmas in the country living room

 

christmas in the country home office

Holiday Candy Bar

 

Details on the main living areas can be found HERE.

Details on the home office can be found HERE.

Details on the holiday candy bar can be found HERE.

 

I hop you enjoyed my round up of holiday decor for the Christmas in the Country blog hop. Be sure to stop over and check out all the delightful eye candy!

 

 

Don’t forget to click over to all of the fabulous homes listed below. Enjoy!

November 28th (Fri)
1. Brooke Kroeger, www.creativecountrymom.com (creativecountrymom@gmail.com)
2. Carolyn Aiken, Aiken House and Garden, warrengrovegarden.blogspot.com/
3. Rita Cobb, http://www.wvpanoply.blogspot.com/ (wv.panoply@gmail.com)
4. Niki Meiners http://365daysofcrafts.com nikimeiners@gmail.com

Skip Weekend

Dec 1 (Monday)
1. Kathy Ransom, www.adelightsomelife.com (katelaine.ransom@gmail.com)
2. Kerryanne English, http://shabbyartboutique.com(kerryanne@woodberrydesigns.com.au)
3. Heather Benton http://www.newhousenewhomenewlife.com (heather.benton@rogers.com)
4. Maggie Bryant: http://normandylife.blogspot.fr/ (jmaggiebryant@gmail.com)

Dec 2 (Tuesday)
1.Christopher Hiedeman, www.christopherhiedeman.com (artist-1989@hotmail.com)
2. Alison Agnew, www.nancherrow.com (nancherrrow@gmail.com)
3. Kirsten Thompson, http://sweetteaandsavinggraceblog.com, sweetteagrace@gmail.com
4. SAVED FOR SPECIAL FEATURE

Dec 3 (Wednesday)
1. Erin Zacharda, www.meadowlakeroad.com (meadowlakeroad@gmail.com)
2. Shannon Marburger, http://bohemianjunktion.com, shannon@bohemianjunktion.com
3. Anne Payetta, http://www.whitelacecottage.com/ (whitelacecottage@hotmail.com)
4. Jessica cramer http://designerssweetspot.com, designermom4@gmail.com

Dec 4 (Thursday)
1.Susan Moncrieff, www.momcrieff.com, suemoncrieff2@gmail.com
2.
3.Karen Heath, http://www.somewhatquirkydesign.com/ klheath11@gmail.com
4.Maggie Bryant, http://normandylife.blogspot.fr/

Dec 5 (Friday)
1.Jillian www.iamahomemaker.com, iamahomemaker@comcast.net
2. Meegan Fast, http://meeganmakes.com, whatmeeganmakes@gmail.com
3.Sara Hoffman http://www.majhofftakesawife.com
4. Janet Coon http://shabbyfufu.blogspot.com/ (shabbyfufu@yahoo.com)

Skip Weekend

Dec 8 (Monday)
1. Brandy Dunaway, www.bddesignblog.com, bddesignblog@gmail.com
2. Patti Estep, www.gardenmatter.com, patti@gardenmatter.com
3. Julie Schock, www.lilacsandlonghorns.com, julschock@yahoo.com
4. Jody Klein, http://southernseazons.blogspot.com, southernseazons@gmail.com

Dec 9 (Tuesday)
1. Lory Bernstein, http://designthusiasm.com, Lory@Designthusiasm.com
2. Jeannie Clemens, http://forwhatitsworth-jeannie.blogspot.com/ gene.nie2@yahoo.com
3. Christy Little, http://www.oursouthernhomesc.com/, oursouthernhomesc@gmail.com
4. Amy Buchanan, http://www.attagirlsays.com, amy@attagirlsays.com

Dec 10 (Wednesday)
1.Kirby Carespodi,www.kirbycarespodi.com (Kirb Appeal)- kcarespodi@gmail.com
2. Kristi Haight, http://www.chatfieldcourt.com/, chatfieldcourt@gmail.com
3. Vanessa Lundblad, www.DIY180.com, vanessa@diy180.com and/or vanlun98@gmail.com
4. Jenny Harris, holidays-at-the-harris-home.blogspot.com, holidaysattheharrishome@gmail.com

Dec 11 (Thursday)
1.Lynn Wheeler www.thevintagenestblog.com (dragonfly2782atverizon.net)
2. Sarah Cook, http://www.littleredbrickhouse.com, (littleredbrickhouse@gmail.com)
3. Cindy Price, http://www.dwellings-theheartofyourhome.com, (theheartofyourhome@gmail.com)
4. Jess Rey, http://www.domicile37.com (jessreyreilly@gmail.com)

Dec 12 (Friday)
1.Melanie Hays (http://sweetmelanie.blogspot.com/) sweetmelaniecreations@yahoo.com
2. Michelle Lepak, http://www.dandelionpatina.com, dandelionpatina@charter.net
3. Elizabeth Fountain, www.realinspiredblog.com , realinspiredblog@gmail.com
4. Lara Neves, http://www.overstuffedlife.com (lara@overstuffedlife.com)

End of Tour…

Rustic Compass Star Snowflake Ornament

handmade Christmas Ornament Blog Hop
Well, do I dare say Happy Holidays? Christmas is just around the corner and I am participating in a fabulous Blog Hop today! 30+ handmade ornaments to inspire you! I can’t wait for you to hop around and see all the wonderful creations! But, first a little bit about my rustic compass star snowflake ornament.

rustic compass star Christmas ornament

 

We all remember learning about the compass star in school, right? Well, my oldest daughter had been studying pretty hard for her test on the compass star a few weeks back. She was pretty proud of herself for receiving 100% on her test. She earned it! So, I thought I would create a special memory this Christmas in honor of her excellent study habits. A momento of her accomplishment.

 

Let’s get started on the tutorial:

compass star snowflake ornament

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

glue gun

E6000

bakers twine

coin medallions

tooth picks

fishing line or clear thread

compass star snowflake ornament

 

To start, add a small dab of glue at the top. Simply wrap the bakers twine around the tooth pick. Once you have wrapped 3/4 of the way down the toothpick, stop and add another dab of glue to the bottom to secure the end. Make enough wrapped sticks to fill the coin of the compass star.

compass star ornament

Next, align your sticks accordingly on the compass coin. You will need to attach these with E6000. Hot glue will not stick to the coins. Let dry for a few hours. Attach fishing line or clear thread to hang.

Compass Star Snowflake Ornament

Pretty simple hey? I love simple. This ornament took me less than 10 minutes to make (drying time aside). It was pretty fun to wrap the bakers twine around the toothpicks and see the fun pattern it created-making ordinary toothpicks pretty extraordinary with a rustic feel!

I would love to hear what special items you create for the holidays! Please let me know in the comments below and then head off to the next blog hop stop!

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Modern Rustic Fall Tour

Fall 2014 Home Tour blog hop

Hey there!

Are you up for a Fall Tour?

Fall is my favorite time of the year. The rustling of leaves beneath your feet.

The smell of the woods. The crisp air waking up your face in the morning.

Campfires and giggles.

A time to start nesting, preparing for winter’s arrival.

I am so thrilled to be participating in this home tour blog hop hosted by my friend, Michele from Shelstring Blog.

Be sure to visit her beautiful home.

modern rustic fall tour by dandelion patina

Welcome to the Lepak pad….

comforts of home fall front porch by dandelion patina

The front porch is decorated with all the comforts of home-rocking chairs, cozy throws, and pops of sunshine.

rustic hay bale lounger by dandelion patina

A comfortable and cozy hay bale lounger to enjoy the crisp Fall air and listen to the birds sing.

natural elements in TV room

A cozy sitting room off the foyer was decorated with elements from nature. The old trunk lends a warm, rustic feel.

natural elements for Fall

Gourds, pumpkins, and spools fill this interesting glass pumpkin.

rustic fall living room mantel by dandelion patina

When entering our living room our large faux fireplace decorated with rustic Fall elements greets us with hues of the season.

rustic fall mantel by dandelion patina

Distressed and repurposed pieces are displayed against the modern white mantel.

simply fall console table

A chunky console table displays architectural salvage pieces and pumpkins on spools.

coconutty sweater acorns by dandelion patina

Sweet sweater acorns are placed on a silver platter accent table.

Fall tablescape by dandelion patina

And our Fall table is ready for guests.

fall tablescape by dandelion patina

yellow mums and pumpkins

Thank you so much for taking time to visit. I loved having you here.

Be sure to follow DP on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Still looking for more Fall Tour inspiration?

Hop over to….

The Blue Eyed Dove.

A Delightsome Life.

The Painted Chandelier.

Have a wonderful weekend.

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