I think I having spring flower fever, giggle. Many of you are sharing your lovely spring blooms or decorating with flowers that make you have a spring in your step. This week’s theme is a welcome one ( especially for those who are still experiencing inclement weather). Enjoy this pretty Spring Flower Monday Motivation post. There are several more spring posts to discover, as well as other wonderful things. Please take a moment to click back to last week’s TFT party HERE when you are done and see if you missed anything. If you have somehow missed our party, I cordially invite you to join us every Thursday (through Saturday) for a blog writer and blog reader party like no other. Please click on the photo to go to the original blog to comment, pin, etc. I always want to make sure the original blogger gets the credit. I’d love it if you’d pin my collage though… wink, wink, nudge nudge.
Are you new to Monday Inspirations? No problem here’s the scoop. Monday inspirations has taken the place of Make It Monday. Still inspiring us in a zillion ways but with one very fun twist. I will select a theme, but when you share your posts you won’t know what theme I have selected. Aha, a little mystery! Then I will share some of your wonderful posts. I will still be featuring a few other selected posts at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop too. Remember to leave a comment and your link number when you party with us on Thursday’s. Just a reminder that all of the photos belong to their respective blogs unless otherwise indicated. Please pin from the source to assure bloggers are getting the credit they deserve. Each individual blog image is clickable. If you missed a Monday Inspiration or Make It Monday you can find them all HERE.
Simple Nature Decor knows how to create a unique display and shares how to make this inspired white plant pot chandelier.I love the purple petunias burst of color from the white planter pots, don’t you?
One Thousand Oaks shared her lovely spring entryway.Bottles filled with, leaves, twigs, branches as well as green topiaries welcome all who enter. The blue glass jars and bottles are wonderful ways to display seasonal flowers and the added twine around the neck of a bottle is an easy DIY to create a bit of upcycled home decor.
A Day of Small Things shared flowers from her garden displayed in a variety of vintage-inspired apothecary bottles. Her pretty little purple flowers look right at home peeking out from the tops of the bottles.
Pillar Box Blue painted some empty cans with bright spring colors and designs then added pretty spring blooms to create a wonderful welcome spring display. This is a clever and creative upcycle project. I think this is a great way to include children in gardening, art and upcycling too. Wouldn’t this be a fun family project?
Everyday Living shared a gorgeous table with a pretty hydrangea and roses centerpiece. I honestly don’t know a better way to bring spring indoors than fresh cut flowers from the garden. If you don’t have a garden or your flowers aren’t quite ready for cutting, silk faux flowers can look beautiful too.
Wishing you a day filled with spring flower Monday Inspiration and things that make you smile I’ll see you back here on Wednesday xo
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