Spring Touches

Thursday, March 2, 2017

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Morning Nevada Sky

Hi Friends… It’s no secret that this winter has been a long one, and it hasn’t officially left us yet!:(

With Spring and Daylight Savings around the corner, I have a touch of Spring fever. For me, Spring is a season for renewal. The temperatures are getting warmer, the days are getting a little longer, calving season begins, flowers and plants bloom, your energy is more abundant, and being outdoors is a must.

I have been wanting to bring inside some of the natural touches of the outdoors. Bringing the outdoors in during Spring is probably the easiest way to brighten up your home and redecorate. I’m learning how to dress up a room without redecorating, so to speak.

Right now things in my house need to remain on the simple side.

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Simple…Pink blooms in a vase on a stool.

Simple, inexpensive touches. Quiet in the decorating department with just a little something to welcome in a new season. I’m thinking of an easy to add anywhere centerpiece that makes a statement or makes me 🙂 

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It seems that Flowers are one of those things that make a room. 

They bring warmth and light and so much beauty anywhere you place them.

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You can put together a charming little bouquet for under $20 and make a huge statement in your room.

Nothing against the pre-made floral arrangements, but look for the flowers from your local grocery store. I’m a kind-of-a do it yourself look-what-I-made kinda girl. I like to make things my own so to speak. So most things that come into my house might get repurposed or redone.

A small bundle of flowers can range from $5.00 to $18.00. Grab one or two of the small bundles of flowers and arrange your own in an interesting container.

Today it’s just a tall pink vase holding those beautiful blooms.

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Happy March!!!

From,

Rustic and Refound

Published by Tammy Moore

I'm a dreamer. I love taking photos of things that inspire me. My horses, cows, flowers, and my rustic and refound décor. I like taking hikes, love junkin', and team roping and my new outdoor love is kayaking still waters.

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