For the last few years I’ve set a goal to do at least one pin from my Pinterest collection each season. I don’t always reach that goal, but am slowly trying out pins. Today I’m sharing my DIY Easter sock bunny. There are several posts online for a sock bunny. I used a Dollar Tree pair of white socks. I could not find an all-white pair of men’s socks and had to buy a women’s pair. It works fine but is a little smaller than those shared elsewhere.Read More
Sunday, April 17th is Easter. In celebrating the season this year, I’ve made an inspirational printable, Easter Blessings. Although I love bunnies and Easter eggs, I also know that the reason for the season is the resurrection of Jesus. Many of the symbols of the season are a celebration of new life. In the time before Easter which is known as Lent in some churches, I spend time reflecting on the miracle of life and all its blessings. I pray the Lord blesses you and keeps you in the palm of his hand.Read More
Welcome! Today I’m sharing my cozy living area all decked out for spring. When you open the front door, you are facing a rocker with my farmhouse coastal mirror above it. You may remember I added the shells and ribbons last summer. Mirrors help to reflect light and make a small space seem larger.
Today I’m sharing a spring peach & aqua centerpiece. I started with my favorite vintage tablecloth in pastel colors. They work beautifully in my coastal home anytime of year but especially in spring. I added a thrift store vase in pale aqua blue glass and filled it with peach tropical hibiscus blooms. Finally I added one of my bunnies bedside it.
March is such a busy month with St. Patrick’s Day, the first day of spring, and Lent as we prepare for Easter. April 12th is Easter day in a little over a month. I am all about spring colors right now. When I was exploring graphics, I found a very cute bunny with flowers on his head. I modified and formatted him in 2 sizes. He’s adorable, and I hope you like him. First print is sized 12″ x 12″.
Spring means soft pastels to me and lots of pink. Today’s table was inspired by beautiful porcelain candlestick holders, napkin rings, and spring floral plates. Last year I found these beautiful candlestick holders with hand-made porcelain flowers at my favorite thrift store. I immediately bought them and put them away for spring. Last month I found these matching napkin rings at the same store. I’m not sure where they were hidden when I bought the candlesticks, but they are perfect for my Easter table. Each napkin ring flower is different.
I’ve been enjoying my new wall art, Happy Easter, one of my printables. It’s so bright and cheerful. I put it in a vintage frame and placed it in the dining area. It reminded me of the spring paper plates from Dollar Tree, and I added one plate to each side of the print. I cut out a few butterflies and the center of the place design for the top of the frame.