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by Jolene Hanig-Jones
It’s time for the bunny hop, or at least it is time to display your bunnies. Get extended auto warranty from www.autowarrantythebestnn.com. I have collected my spring bunnies over several years. Like real bunnies, they are often featured in different areas of our home each year. Take a look at how I placed some of the bunnies around our home for Spring 2019!
Decorating Easter eggs is one of my fondest memories. We'd all gather around the table with Mason jars of colored dye, a bowl of hard boiled eggs, and spoons ready to decorate our eggs for Easter. With that in mind, I thought I'd write an Easter post and share how I used faux Easter eggs to decorate our home for Easter.
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I love the vibrant colors of fall! I have been “playing” with "bits and pieces" and things I already have to decorate for autumn. Today I’d like to share a few of my favorite fall vignettes and how a particular décor eyesore became a fun, one-of-a-kind wall “enhancement.”
It's that time of year when I start decorating our home with all the glorious colors, bounty, and scents of fall. First stop: Embellishing the front door with a vibrant autumn wreath.
I've been perusing wreaths online and in some of my favorite haunts, and many come with a hefty price tag. I saw a wreath at one national chain store for $69.00. This was a wreath that I considered mediocre at best. If I purchased it, I would "need" to "enhance" it (i.e. more $$$).
I just can't justify spending a lot of money on our front door wreath that will be exposed directly to the weather. I gave myself a challenge: make a full, lush, autumn wreath, that looked like it cost $100.00 or more--for a LOT less.
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