We have large glass windows at work so every single day I hang out indoors just staring out at the gorgeous spring weather! All of that means that when I do have a little bit of free time I enjoy working on gorgeous projects that are dedicated to spring!
Now I’m not talking about bunnies and dyed eggs… at least not exclusively! I love the pastel colors and subtle representations of new beginnings.
Y’all must love spring projects as well because this weeks Welcome Home Wednesday party was full of awesome Spring projects for your home!
Like these adorable cabinet doors turned into weekly menu chalkboards! I mean how cute would these be in a kitchen… just waiting to be filled out with a daily menu. Plus I love the color! 😉
The best part of this kitchen tablescape? It’s both gorgeous and functional! I love that they mixed in kitchen supplies like cream as well as bits of spring and nature. I mean aren’t the wood slice coasters are amazing.
Now here’s a little teaser for you… a corner of an amazing Easter mantle display. Of course this corner is my favorite because of the amazing mercury glass candle sticks (I’m loving copper but mercury glass is still my favorite!) She even uses a super cute banner to welcome spring!
Working at Sherwin Williams I sell concrete stain/paint almost every day… but most of our customers cover the floor from corner to corner. How much do you love the idea of stenciling your concrete floors? With summer right around the corner people are busy working on car ports, decks, sidewalks, rec rooms, driveways… all types of spaces with concrete floors! Maybe a little bit of creativity is in order?
Now this is near and dear to my heart… I mean just look at that little face ! Do you think that sweet little ball of fluff is Cottonball or Wrigley?! Of course I made my very own DIY scratching post this week so I am loving this fun little project.
Now if you’re going to do an egg project take a page out of this book… literally look at all of those curly book pages! I love the mixture of elements in this cute little project… what a sweet little Easter project!
Which one is your favorite?