WFMW – Spring Decorating

Every year I am always full of good intentions to make a spring decoration for the house. Finally this year I found some cute eggs, bunnies and chicks, all for about 50 pence each. While out for a walk I collected a few branches and twigs. All it too was to purchase a bunch of daffodils and….voila!!!

I even made a digi-scrap page to record the momentous occasion!

(credits – paper from Soft and Shabby, ribbon from Little Seeds Being Me – both by Gina Marie Huff at Weeds & Wildflowers, index card by Sue Cummings at Oscraps, stamp frame by Meredith Fenwick

I plan to vary the flowers, perhaps buying some tulips next.

For more Works For Me Wednesday, visit Shannon.

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What spring decorating go you do?

Over at There is no place like home, there is a spring decorating Mr Linky. So for lots more inspiration head over there.

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Only 5 DAYS until my St Patrick’s Day giveaway – check back for a few hints of what the prize will be, and be sure to be here on Monday 17th March.

Until then, take care.

Comments

  1. says

    Hi there- I love the spring decorating. I’m waiting for my daffodils out back to bloom. A vase of daffodils is about as crafty as I get.

    Thanks for stopping by my page… I had no idea it (corned beef and cabbage) was an American-Irish thing. What, no Green Beer either? ;) I just learned that what I grew up thinking of as corned beef is considered new england boiled dinner. ahhh… the variations of food.

  2. AfriDigiDiva says

    Don’t do alot for Spring other than preparing the garden. The less I do outside, the less I’m asked to do inside.

  3. says

    oh..thank you for finding me ….ohhh…wonderful your photographs and you make such wonderful things with your photos….will visit again…
    Barbara xoxo

  4. says

    Jan Mary,

    That is gorgeous! Could you come to my house and decorate? Just don’t come on St. Patrick’s Day when I completely hack up any good Irish womans recipe for soda bread!

    I am Irish too, but I became weary of eating a rock every time one of our dear relatives would drop by with a farl, so I changed the recipe a bit and I wouldn’t want to offend you or your countrymen!

    Be Blessed!
    Hallie

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