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Devon in spring

Devon in spring A week or so ago we had a pleasure of visiting Devon again. This time in spring! This is one of the benefits of having family somewhere far and dreamy (many negative aspects as well unfortunately). Like everywhere else in spring outdoors are filled with many bright coloured flowers like daffodils and bluebells, however here I found primroses as well (strangely it reminds me of Teletubbies scenery... hmm). Devon in spring: full of primroses Devon in spring Although we stayed in Honiton we have been lucky to explore further in Devon. We took a tramway to Seaton through dreamy marshes...Devon in spring: on the way to Seaton by Tramway Devon in spring: Seaton Devon in spring ...and explored the seaside :).Devon in spring: Seaton Devon in spring: Seaton Devon in spring: Seaton Devon in spring: Seaton We also had a chance to visit Escot Park that happen to have this lovely cafe.Devon in spring: cafe at the Escot park Devon in spring Devon in spring: Escot Park Devon in spring: Escot Park Devon in springHope you all had a lovely Easter break too ;-)

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Temporary Easter wall decorations

Temporary Easter wall decorationsTemporary Easter wall decorations Last weekend we hosted Lukas dedication in our house which was stressful to begin with but we all enjoyed it at the end. I decorated walls with bird/leaves "garland" which has been inspired by this one. I really liked the outcome and I thought this could be suitable for Easter as well! Except the fresh leaves have already dried up :-(. But if you hosting Easter at your place, I think this is a fab idea ;-). Just make sure you decorate it the day before or on the day, because it last around 3 days depending on the leaves you are using. I think what would look even more amazing is using branches with about to pop leaf buds, which should last even longer!Temporary Easter wall decorationsBecause majority of our walls in the house are not decorated the way we want yet, I used stapler to attach the leaves. In your case you probably would not want to damage your walls, so I suggest using a tape? Or attach all the leaves on the string and tie the ends of that string on something that sticks out (such as nails perhaps?). Let me know if you come up with something else ;-). Temporary Easter wall decorations Temporary Easter wall decorations Temporary Easter wall decorations Once the leaves are up it is super easy to tie the hanging birds on them. I made the birds almost the same way as these!Temporary Easter wall decorations Temporary Easter wall decorations Temporary Easter wall decorationsHappy Easter everyone!

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La la la… spring is coming!!!

La la la... spring is coming! Vicki's early artworkThis is how I feel these days when the days are getting longer and brighter with occasional glimpse of sunshine(btw, this is Vicki's early artwork and I am so lucky to have it!). Maybe it's a little early to think about spring, but I am sooooo excited and can't wait until blooming season will begin! For now I get easily pleased with anything flowers related such as these roses from Joni...La la la... spring is coming! Roses from JoniOr these flowers made of wire (it was Joni's idea to make them). We made them last weekend and here are the step by step instructions for this lovely project. They are now decorating our windowsill :-). La la la... spring is coming! painted wire flowers DIYI must warn you though, this project can be messy! So have nail varnish and some cotton buds ready to use!  La la la... spring is coming! painted wire flowers DIYLa la la... spring is coming! painted wire flowers DIYLa la la... spring is coming! painted wire flowers DIYI hope this post brought some sunshine into your day ;-)

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