So I’ve been out of town 10 of the last 14 days playing with my kids – here in Oregon and Utah. As a result, I’ve got a bit of a blogger’s block. I am feeling somewhat uninspired.
I put up a post on my Facebook Page yesterday asking for a little inspiration – what kind of recipes would you like to see on the blog? If you are not on Facebook or you missed that post go ahead and leave a comment here on the blog letting me know.
In the meantime I thought I’d share a little Easter decorating today.
I like using things I have out all year long and just adding something to them to go with the season or holiday. For Easter, I just add eggs (and a few flowers)
I have this container out all year long. For Easter it gets filled with eggs, at Christmas it is filled with ornaments and in the Fall with acorns and leaves and sometimes it just sits empty….
This little arrangement sits on my family room coffee table. The rest of the year it has a seasonal candle in it but for Easter I just add eggs!
My little Easter themed kitchen table decor. The daffodils are from my garden. Another thing I like to add to my existing decor for a spring/Easter touch are bird’s nests.
Just adding an egg filled bird’s nest to a pile of books adds a springtime touch.
I painted these wooden bunnies years ago!
I filled the white pitcher that sits on the mantel all year long with some more daffodils from the garden.
I switch out what goes inside this fun container (not sure what to call it) with the season too. During non holiday times I have an old antique book with the cover and spine missing in it.
I keep a little holiday themed vignette in the corner of my kitchen. I just switch out the plate and add a holiday themed bowl or something. Most of the time the bowl is filled with candy but not sure where it all went….
Here’s my front entryway.
Hope you enjoyed this little holiday decor tour of my house. Do you have a fun way you like to add seasonal/holiday touches to your house? Please share.
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