I make no secret of the fact that I love a little seasonal decoration. Our walls are a pretty blank canvas, which gives me the opportunity at the turn of every season, to inject a little seasonal something into the decor... (you can find out how and why we do that here...)
... Spring has been a little late coming. By the start of this week, my winter decorations had had enough; the white stag was eyeing me suspiciously, the candlelit houses were looking a little forlorn and the lanterns have ceased to be lit. Somehow in the cold sunlight of early spring, the reminders of winter seem out of place, lonely and lost, and yesterday, I finally had the chance to transform it into a little spring wonderland.
A few chicks, some eggs, a little wooden cross and daffodils, daffodils and more daffodils... all helping little hearts and little minds to prepare for the most important season of our family calendar.
Easter is coming!
I love that you change your decor to reflect each season, it's brilliant. I am also envious of your fab Happy Easter bunting. You can't beat daffodils either for some spring brightness, I've picked some up this week and am just waiting for them to flower!ReplyDelete
Thank you Jess... Actually v.easy to do, and MUCH cheapervthan redecorating! I like to shape things up now and again! Daffodils are the best... Enjoy!Delete
I love your spring decorations - those daffodils are so pretty :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you Louise... For me, it's got to be daffodils in early spring!Delete
I love your Easter bunting - and the stripy straws are just gorgeous too - definitely a blast of spring to chase away the remains of winter :)ReplyDelete
Oh I love your spring / easter home decorations and I have had family visiting from America so haven't been focusing on getting things together for Easter for the kids and the house and really should be doing. You have just inspired me. Thank you so much for linking up to Share With Me. #sharewithmeReplyDelete