Easy Ideas for Spring via Worthing Court blog
 
Here in North Carolina, the winter sky seems like an endless stream of gray, gray and more gray.  By the time that March arrives, I am literally chomping at the bit for the brighter and warmer days of Spring.
 
To appease myself, I put together a round-up of ten easy ways to add some pops of Spring around the house while I’m waiting for the warmer weather to get here.
 
I hope you enjoy!
This idea just had to be first on the list because nothing heralds the imminent arrival of Spring to me like a simple display of flowering forsythia branches.
 
Drape a bright and cheery piece of fabric over your headboard.
You’ll smile every time you make your bed.  Pinky promise!  😉
 
I bet you already have lots of elements around your home that you could pull together to create a lovely Spring vignette.
 
Create Springtime art by applying inexpensive letterpress (cardboard) coasters onto cardstock and placing in a readymade frame.
 
Surprise (and impress!) your family and friends with these adorable bunny fold napkins at your Springtime gathering.
 
A perfect pair – flowering branches inside a pair of gardening boots.
 
Aren’t these book page flowers adorable?  A few of these would be perfect tucked into a Spring vignette.
 
Springify a glass jar with colorful washi tape and a bouquet of cut flowers.
 
Wheat grass is easy to grow, easy to maintain and can be used in a variety of ways.  One of my favorites is in a long simple container down the middle of a table.  So simple and so easy!  
Nestle some eggs into the grass and you’re ready for Easter.
 
Frame a pretty piece of wrapping paper.
 
Do you have any easy ways that you add Spring to your home?
 
If you pin any of these ideas, please make sure to do it from the original source.

 

 
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