Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Shabby Spring Mantel

Sharing a little bit of Spring mantel inspiration today. No bursts of bright colors to be found on this mantel this season.

We choose to stick with the neutrals instead. Sometimes one just needs a little change.

We did a little recycling from our Easter decor to put together our shabby Spring mantel.

In our Easter decor we used the same bird cage and just added some candles this time round.

                              Love the sweet little birds chirping at each other.

A shabby silk flower adds a little touch of femininity to the cage.

Do you remember our burlap and lace Easter wreath? Just had to use it a little bit longer.

To change it up, we took off the tags that hug from it that said Easter, and replaced them with some card making flower stickers.

And last but not least, our shabby mantel birdhouses which we shared more in detail with you on this post.

These are nothing more than a few simple craft store items painted and glued together.

We really do enjoy changing out our fireplace mantel season to season. Thank you for stopping by!

Don’t be wise in your own eyes.
    Have respect for the Lord and avoid evil.

Proverbs 3:7

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  1. Wow the birdhouses look amazing and they really pull everything together! Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Love the neutrals and the whites! So pretty!

  3. This is so pretty! If you get a chance, please share this on my linky party:

  4. I love your shabby chic mantle. I love the natural colors you used as well. Very pretty!

  5. Oh my gosh! That wreath! I NEED that in my house! lol I LOVE the shabby-ness!

  6. So pretty and bright! I just love it!



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