Hey friends! Thanks for stopping by today! I'm so happy you're here! I'd like to share with you all about our Spring tablescape and mantel. There are lots of EASY and AFFORDABLE diy projects and beautiful farmhouse goodness sprinkled throughout our Spring decor. I hope this post inspires you in some way to make your home beautiful for Spring, one project at a time!
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This bunny burlap banner is a Pottery-Barn inspired banner, and it was so easy to make! If you click on the link below, you'll find the link to this simple tutorial!
I love our mantel, because it's got lots of texture and natural elements, and I found these goodies at various thrift stores, antique stores and my local crafts stores. The doily banner was another easy banner to make...Just grab a pack of doilies at the dollar store or your local craft store, and then fold them in half, over some white twine. Tape it on the inside to hold it all together. Easy peasy!
This wooden crate was a freebie, and the antique basket was $1 this past weekend at an estate sale that I went to with my son. ;) I just inserted some faux succulents on the inside.
Our gallery wall was created by using items from both the thrift store and our local crafts stores. It also includes a variety of diy projects. You'll find a post on how I made it by searching "Gallery Wall" in the search box on my blog. ;)
In the pic below is our Spring tablescape! Those chargers are actually diy, and you'll be shocked at how I did it! So easy! You'll find out how to make them by clicking on the "Spring tablescape" link!
These moss runner AND white runner decor items are both DIY projects! In my "Spring Tablescape" post, I shared all about how to make them. They're also very, very easy to do!
These white plates are a thrift-store purchase. They were only 25 cents each! And the white napkins are actually feedsack dish towels! They're a staple in our house!
And the white-washed pot is another diy project! I wrote a whole blog post on it, too! You can find out how to make them by searching "whitewashed pots" on my blog, TheRusticBoxwood.com.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you gleaned some inspiration from our tablescape and mantel for Spring! How are you planning to decorate for Spring? I'd LOVE to hear all about it! Comment below, or stop by and say hey on my blog, TheRusticBoxwood.com, or on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest! Have a wonderful day, and happy Spring!