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Make Your Spring Decor Dual Purpose!

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Let's be honest. While I love to have a beautiful seasonal centerpiece as much as the next person, they aren't the most practical on a day to day basis. So, I decided to create a Spring Centerpiece that also serves as Mantel Decor! Terracotta pots were white washed for an "aged" affect and then filled with Daffodils. These were then placed on glass pieces in a variety of shapes, sizes and heights. Because when we eat at our table we like to actually see each other, I decided to move them over to my mantel and they look just as lovely there! ~Vanessa
Time: 15 Minutes Cost: $10 Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.atthepicketfence.com/2013/03/spring-centerpiece-mantel-decor.html

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  • Laurie
    Laurie Jonesboro, AR

    Love those painted pots. Great idea.

  • Terri J
    Terri J Annapolis, MD

    LOVE two-for-one ideas, and yours ins wonderful - the painted pots and flowers, that can later be transplanted.

  • Carrie MakingLemonade
    Carrie MakingLemonade Blue Bell, PA

    You know, I always snag those glass candlesticks at thrift stores for about .25 each because I can't resist them. But I have NO idea what to do with them, until now. Thanks, this is a great idea!

  • Laura, Pet Scribbles
    Laura, Pet Scribbles Little Egg Harbor, NJ

    I love Spring decorations that can transcend the holidays too. Thanks for the fantastic idea! I had to come back and edit my comment after clicking over and reading your blog post. What a beautiful tribute to your Mom. I read it twice, loved what

  • Linda Holland
    Linda Holland Woodstock, GA

    I love Daffodils. Great idea!!

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