DIY,  home decor,  seasonal,  seasonal decor

Spring Mantel

Happy Friday, friends!! Isn’t this such an exciting time of the year…Spring!!! It’s finally here! The birds are chirping, the flowers are starting to show their lovely faces after a long winters nap, the sun is shining, and life is good! I love spring!!

Not only do I love spring, but I love decorating my mantel for each season, which is why I am so excited to show y’all my spring mantel decor. I’m keeping it very natural and simple this year. I started out with a few terra-cotta pots that I covered with moss.I simply covered each pot with Elmer’s glueSpread the glue out evenly on the pot, using a small craft brush, and then roll the pot in moss.Super simple, but quite messy.Add spring flowers, some pussy willow branches , and a little spanish moss, and you’ve got yourself some lovely spring vibes! The bird nest that I made, with my little boys, a couple weeks ago, is also hanging out on the mantel.

And, y’all know me, no display is complete without vintage books!I moved the gold mirror that was here, and replaced it with this wicker darling, at least for now. In my opinion, wicker has such spring/summer feel. I love wicker year round, but especially in these warmer months.

I am seriously so excited that spring has arrived!! I can’t wait to get outside, and start working in my flower gardens.

Now, let head over to Tara’s blog, to check out her spring mantel! I can’t wait to see it!! Just click HERE to check it out too.

Thank you so much for visiting LeCultivateur!!! I so appreciate YOU taking the time to read my blog and leave such sweet comments!! Y’all are the best, and make blogging so much fun!!

Hope you have a wonderful weekend, full of sunshine and happiness!!!

~Emily

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