Let me show you how easy it is to Create A Pretty Farmhouse Spring Vignette With Tulips.
The Creative Makers are back sharing spring ideas. While another Nor’easter is on it’s way today, I continue to remain in denial of the outside and just look at the pretty tulips gracing my dining room and living room!
Tulips are such a classic spring flower. I found the prettiest yellow ones at the grocery store the other day. I knew they would be perfect to bring some sunshine indoors.
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Isn’t that quote perfect for this time of year? I love using my letter board to express my current mood and this quote is spot on for many of us experiencing this extended winter weather.
My sister moved to Florida three years ago from RI and does not miss these winters at all. As much as I complain about it though, I really do enjoy having a change in seasons.
Before I get to the spring vignette I have some great news.
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Create A Pretty Farmhouse Spring Vignette With Tulips
I really enjoy decorating for each season, but it can get expensive. One of my favorite things to do is “shop my home”, which basically means I constantly move things around from room to room.
For example, this Letter Board is normally in my craft room, but I borrowed it for this Farmhouse Spring Vignette.
It’s an inexpensive way to update a room without spending a penny!
When I am putting together a vignette, I gather several items that are similar in style. For example, the weathered corbel and the planter are perfect for the farmhouse style I was going for.
Of course, nothing says Farmhouse more than galvanized metal. This Galvanized Metal Olive Bucket was just the right size to hold the tulips.
To give added dimension and interest, I placed a Tobacco Basket behind the tulips. A few book page Easter eggs in a thrift store urn, along with succulents and this spring vignette is just about complete.
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The saying, Dig, Plant, Water, Grow goes perfectly next to the tulips. I plan to plant this tulip outside after Easter and hopefully it will return next year!
Decorating With Dough Bowls
One item that I love to use in vignettes is a dough bowl. I have found several at vintage markets, but this distressed white one is my favorite:
I wanted the beauty of the dough bowl to show, so I simply added moss balls to the bowl. It is a 5 minute decor idea that really works!
At Christmas I remove the moss balls and add vintage pink ornaments shown here:
Bring In Candles
Another great way to bring spring indoors is with candles. I have partnered with Vellabox before and admit to being a bit of a candle snob.
These candles have quickly become my favorite for several reasons. First of all, they are non-toxic, lead free, and from the best companies in the country.
These clean burning candles (no black soot here) are all natural and made by American Artisans. Love that.
And with scents like Eucalyptus Mint and Garden Rain, it will smell like spring despite the snow on the ground for some of us!
Also, the clean, sleek design will go with any style. They fit right in with this Farmhouse Vignette:
I hope you enjoyed this farmhouse spring vignette with tulips and will visit the talented Creative Makers below to see what they are sharing.
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