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Friday, April 10, 2009

Spring Fluffing

Inspired by Laeriss at Heart in Provence, I decided to change the hall table vignette. I had an old birdcage similar to hers and I loved the way hers looked so I decided to try something like it. My euonymous bushes in the front needed trimming so I used the clippings from them instead of boxwood.
An angel to keep watch

I even had enough left over to make a wreath!

The sweet old bird is enjoying his new nest.

Blessings to you all!
Kathleen

12 comments:

Blue Muse said...

How beautiful and so singing the song of spring!
Have a wonderful weekend!
xo Isa

Bonjour Madame said...

This is such a pretty vignette. It's perfect for spring. Have a great weekend!

-Stephanie

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

It looks terrific!

Barb @ GritsandGlamour said...

Just beautiful! I love how you used clippings from your own yard.
Thanks for sharing!

janet said...

oh my gosh, this vignette is so pretty, thank you for sharing and wish you a great Easter weekend.
hugs
janet

Chrissy said...

Two of the most stunning posts ever my friend...just on a friend computer for a minute, ours died on us...hoping it can be fixed!! Just wanted to say happy easter to you and hope to be back up and running asap..all the best, Chrissy

bj said...

I love every single bit of it!!
Happy Easter...

Laura said...

Lovely!!

Anne Marie said...

Just wanted to come by and tell you thanks for following me at Na-Da Farm!
Have a Blessed Easter!!

And enjoy the weekend!!

Love,
Anne Marie

Bonnie said...

Hi Katheen,
Your post is beautiful as always! I love the old birdcage! Just hopping by to wish you and your family a lovely Easter! :)

Couldn't be... said...

This is such a pretty Easter post...
Hope you're having a great Easter weekend..:)

Molly said...

Oh how lovely. I love the bird cage. :)
Just wandering around blogland while the munchkins are sleeping. Great blog. It's nice to find other believers out there.
God Bless, Molly