Easter Parade Blog Hop

Spring is popping up everywhere these days and I couldn’t be happier! I always find this time of year so difficult to keep the house clean with all the muddy boots coming and going and the dry grass making it’s way in and ending up everywhere in the house.  However, those things make me excited because they mark the time to put away the cozy sheep skins and wool throws and freshen up the house with birds nests, eggs and greenery! I love how much my kiddos love the arrival of the Easter decor and the bunnies I put out through out the house. My daughter thinks that fairy’s came and dropped them off while she was sleeping. Either way it means that warmer weather, fresh blooms and lots of time with family and friends is just around the corner. I am so excited to have teamed up with an incredible group of women and bring you this Easter Blog hop. If you are just joining now or joining me from Kim and Lacey at Styled with Lace, welcome! Make sure to head on over to CC at CC and Mike when you are done here!  So grab a coffee, sit back and enjoy! 

I love adding touches of fresh flowers through out the house. I have a collection of antique blue mason jars on my dining room and I love changing the blooms each time so I never get bored. Chairs are Restoration Hardware

Boxwood and bunnies is the perfect combination for my Spring mantel. This year I kept things very fresh, trying to use fresh flowers and layers of simple decor. I love how the little details all work well together and give texture to the space. The ladder is Vintage North

To get the DIY on how I made my twine Easter Egg banner, head on over here. The chippy spindles in my Ikea jug are from an old chair I had in my garden! I love how they look.

Last year I made this pretty lil’robin’s nest and I still love it this year. For a tutorial on how to make your own birds nest click here

My favourite floral patterned pillows from MM Studios give the space the perfect pop of blue. I also have a gorgeous ‘Stay Awhile’ pillow from the lovely Kendra @SoVintageChic .

My large armoire is originally from Chintz and Co. I have a very detailed how to on getting the chalk paint colour and technique here

Fresh tulips always make the house feel like Spring! I hope you enjoying this lil’Easter tour and make sure to head on over to all the other lovely ladies on the tour! I have listed them below for your leisure xx

Summer Adams at Summer Adams Designs

Lisa at The Farmhouse on Boone 

Sheila at Maison de Cinq 

Jennifer at The Grace House 

Kim and Lacey at Styled with Lace

CC at CC and Mike

Kathleen at Lindsay Hill Interiors 

Amie at Meme Hill Studios 

Joan at 2 Ladies and a Chair 

 

10 thoughts on “Easter Parade Blog Hop

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  2. Deborah,

    I love all your Easter touches – you’ve used the perfect amount! I love your mantel – and of course, the bunnies and the little nests are sooo up my alley! Those blue eggs are gorgeous (I’m going to be hunting for eggs that color now)!

    Thanks for joining us, and happy Easter!

    Sheila
    xo

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  4. Oh Deborah! I love the greenery, your adorable entry way, and the pretty tulips! The blue jars though with flowers on your table though…..stunning! I’m such a sucker for those! Gorgeous as always, my friend! xoxoxo

  5. Deborah, So fun to do another hop with you! All of your Easter touches are so adorable, love the greens, bunnies and the blue eggs! Love how you incorporate it all into your farmhouse charm!

    xoxo,

    kim & lacey

  6. Oh Deborah, your home is beautiful! I love all your creative touches you have added for Easter. I especially love the pop of blue eggs in your made nest! Gorgeous! So nice doing the tour with you!

  7. Deborah, I loved your post! Your Easter touches were perfect! I love the bunnies, the little bird’s nest, the blue jars on your table, and of course the tulips. Your living room is one of my favorites! I always love seeing your mantle and those gorgeous corbels. Your robin’s egg blue touches are just lovely! Beautiful as always, friend!

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