Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Ready for Spring

"For the winter is past and the rain is over. 
The flowers are springing up and the time of singing birds has come..." 
Song of Solomon 2:11-12

I know my family and friends in Maine and Virginia are ready for the snow to disappear.  Have faith, spring is right around the corner.  Now is a great time to plan your spring door decor!  To give my winter weary friends a little inspiration, I put together a few cute ideas for your front door!

We grow hydrangeas in our yard.  I think hydrangeas are heavenly!
You can pick up a bundle of tulips at your local craft store and whip up this happy wreath in no time!
This Southern Living radish wreath is one of my all time favorites.  
What about this cute idea? 
We have double doors off our front and back porches.  This is quite a lovely design from "Housepitality Designs" and would look wonderful at Still Woods.
Pinterest abounds with terrific ideas like this happy display!
Or this one...
"Whole family strong" created this adorable, whimsical wreath.  Now where is that extra hose I saw while cleaning out the garage?
Hope this inspired you to think about your spring door decor.  Wishing everyone warmer days ahead and blessings from Still Woods Farmhouse!
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10 comments:

  1. I love hydrangeas too! I was so happy that we were able to plant five hydrangea bushes (are they bushes or plants?) at our new home. We have never had the perfect spot before. I have no idea if they will bloom this first year, but I am excited nonetheless! These our great ideas for spring!! I feel the need to go make a wreath!!

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    1. I find that hydrangeas bloom fairly easily the first year. I love to pick the blooms and place a few in a wide mouth vase. So pretty! My mother-in-law has some of the most beautiful hydrangea bushes and she does little to them. They are about four feet tall. Hope yours do well at your new home!

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  2. I love the radish wreath, and the garden host wreath is cute too. Thanks for the inspiration! :)

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    1. You are welcome, Dee. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Great ideas! I have a wreath board on Pinterest and love to save these inspiring ideas.

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    1. Thanks Stacey. I saw so many terrific ideas on Pinterest. What did we do before it! Please come back soon!

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  4. Those are all wonderful wreath inspirations. Thank you for sharing at THT!

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    1. Thanks Pamela! I was in desperate need of inspiration!

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  5. LOVE the radish wreath AND the watering bucket !!!
    I'm ready for Spring and I'm in Atlanta!!
    So many thoughts and prayers for those north of us!!

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    1. Hi Suzan! It's been a rough winter for you too, hasn't it? I am beginning to see tress budding and even a couple of azaleas in bloom, so I know we are close! Thanks for stopping by and Happy Almost Spring!

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