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Spring/Easter Wreath and The Bluebonnet Blog Hop

Happy Friday, y'all! Today I am joining my Texas blogging sisters in the Bluebonnet Blog Hop. Be sure to visit all the links for some Springtime inspiration!

Spring has sprung in Texas. The bluebonnets are starting to bloom and with the rain we've gotten this week, I'm sure they will be putting on quite the show shortly.

This Texas girl loves bluebonnet season! There is absolutely nothing like standing in a field of them and breathing in their unique scent!


To say I love Springtime in Texas is an understatement - it makes my heart happy to see everything bursting into bloom, leafing out, and the temperatures up in the 70's and low 80's. It makes me ready to celebrate!

With all the cute Easter stuff out there I have been inspired to create a Spring/Easter wreath.

I started off with a grapevine wreath I found at GW ages ago. It had some faded silk flowers on it I pulled off and ever since it has been waiting to be repurposed. It is really large so I knew I needed some kind of big elements to fill it up.

I was thrilled to find these carrots from At Home:

I tied and glued them on with my trusty glue gun:


Then I added these speckled eggs from World Market:

Next, I added a wooden rabbit I cut out using my scroll saw. I like that the lettering stamped onto the wood shows through my paint just a bit.


I added a bit of raffia and spanish moss and ta-da! Cute Easter/Spring Wreath for the front door!

Don't forget to visit all my Texas blogging friends!

How are you decorating for Easter?
Happy Spring! Hugs,
Cecilia


(This is not a sponsored post. I just like to shop in both of these stores).

Comments

  1. Cute idea! Thanks for sharing the details. Happy Hoppin today!

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  2. Cecilia, what a cute wreath. I'm very impressed that you cut out the bunny with the jigsaw. I love the bluebonnets too. Wonderful post!

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  3. Hi Cecilia, Love your adorable wreath. You are a kindred spirit cutting wood. I cut my own wood pieces too. Love the bluebonnets and looking forward to seeing them each year. Great inspiration!

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  4. Cecilia,
    What an adorable wreath! I too am a fan of wreaths, and I am always looking for creative inspiration!
    Happy Spring,
    Jemma

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  5. Very cute wreath. I love everything about it!

    I look forward to visiting your friends to see how they are celebrating spring.

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  6. Hi Cecilia,
    Your Bluebonnet photos are just beautiful,like you as a native Texan I love those bluebonnet's. Your wreath is awesome and you have inspired me to dress mine up just a bit before I put it on the door. You made it look simple! It is so much fun sharing the Bluebonnet Hop with you!
    Happy Spring!
    Miz Helen

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    1. Thank you Miz Helen! I look forward to the bluebonnets every year! The wreath was very easy to make! Happy Spring to you too!
      hugs,
      Cecilia

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  7. I cannot get over how cute your bunny is! You are truly talented. I adore those carrots and may need to "Hop" over to At Home today.

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  8. Your wreath is adorable! I love the bunny and totally admire your skills with a saw! I've never used one and can't imagine that I would ever have the chance but I'm always amazed to see others creations. Your photos are stunning! As a Native Texan I've always loved bluebonnets! I'm a new follower and look forward to getting to know you.

    xo
    Pat

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  9. It's so nice to meet you! Your wreath turned out so cute with the carrots and your own cut out bunny! I've never tried my hand at cutting wood with a saw, and I admire your skills. I'm your newest follower.

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  10. What a darling little Easter wreath! It's so fun to see what other enjoying making and displaying in their homes! Sweet inspiration...thank you for sharing today!

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  11. Your wreath is darling--love the carrots! I'm so thankful we made it to Canton before all of this rain! Hopping over to visit the others ~ happy weekend!

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  12. love the crafty wreath with the bunny hanging down. just looking at it makes Spring that much closer.

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  13. Cecilia,
    You make using a scroll saw sound easy. Somehow, I did NOT get the woodworking tool gene. I have a small scroll saw that just lies unused all the time. Whenever I use it, it jumps all over the wood. Aargh! Any bunny I made using a scroll saw would like it was scared to death because all the edges would be jagged. Your wreath is just great, no scared bunnies!

    Judith

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  14. Looks like you all are having fun with the bluebonnets and the arrival of spring!!! Great blog hop and cute wreath!

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  15. The blue bonnets are beautiful makes me wish I was from Texas. Your wreath is adorable. I'm checking out all the other posts in the hop. You've just introduced me to a bunch of new to me bloggers. sb

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    1. Thank you Sharon. They are something to see. A huge field of blue...a slice of sky splashed on the ground!

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  16. I'm trying to get caught up after a crazy couple weeks! The bluebonnets are so beautiful! I love the vibrant blue! I would love to see them in bloom someday. Your wreath is simply adorable! Love those carrots. Hope you had a great weekend and have a wonderful week ahead my friend!

    Hugs, Vicky

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  17. GORGEOUS, GORGEOUS, GORGEOUS Bluebonnets! I see you've gotten the hang of your camera? ;).

    XXX

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