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These ideas will breathe new life into your space.

  1. Edible Vases and Pitchers: Get creative with your vases! Fill a pitcher or a vase with edible greens like Swiss Chard, Spinach, and Kale. Alternatively, try washed carrots with their tops—arranged alongside Kolari in a vase. For an extra touch, place an antique silver platter underneath to catch the light. Let your imagination run wild!
  2. Boot Planters: Don’t toss those old boots! Turn them into charming vases or planters for spring flowers. Whether indoors or outdoors, they add a rustic touch. And guess what? You can also use clogs, high heels, or even sneakers as unconventional containers. Let your inner artist bloom!
  3. Easter Bird’s Nest: Easter and spring go hand in hand. Find or purchase a bird’s nest (craft stores have great options). Fill it with pastel-colored eggs—whether you make your own, opt for permanent ones, or even use candy eggs. Voilà! You’ve got a delightful centerpiece for your table.
  4. Pastel Ribbon Accents: Pastels scream spring! Take a simple glass vase and tie a pastel ribbon around it. Raffia works beautifully too. Pop in your favorite spring flowers, and you’ve got an elegant arrangement. It’s like a little celebration of the season.
  5. Daffodils and Tulips: Nothing says spring quite like daffodils and tulips. Grab a mason jar or glass and fill it with these cheerful blooms. Instantly, your space will shout, “Spring has sprung!” And hey, consider supporting a good cause by buying Daffodils during Daffodil Days—a fundraiser by the American Cancer Society.

Remember, decorating for spring is all about embracing freshness, color, and the joy of renewal. Happy decorating!


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