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Sunday, May 22

Spring Tablescape

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Well, Valentine's Day,
St. Patty's Day, & Easter have past.

Here in the U.S. our next big holiday
isn't until the 4th of July.
Since it feels a little early to decorate for that,
I wanted to prettify {real word, BTW} my entry way 
with something that has a 
seasonal feeling.

This is what I came up with. 
The large hurricane is from Mom Lunt's potting shed.
{After washing off all the dust, it looked great!}
The smaller hurricane was $5 at the thrift store.
The cloche is also from D.I. 
{purchased separately, but the top & bottom look great together with a nest inside!}

I'm crazy about my battery operated candles
with timers!
{Costco sells them very inexpensively at Christmastime, but I use my year-round.}
They come on at dusk every night & they look 
SO PRETTY flickering away.

The hurricanes also contain moss & 
flowers/greenery purchased from Pottery Barn.

Next, I used my vinyl from Design Divas
to put a beautiful message on my mirror.

{When adhering the vinyl, it works best when I pull the wax paper back like this}

I've seen white vinyl on mirrors, but I've never seen brown & 
I really like it.

Happy "In-Between-Holidays"!

Linking up to these great parties . . . 

Flaunt-It Friday at Chic on a Shoestring

Frugalicious Friday at Finding Fabulous

Saturday Nite Special at Funky Junk Interiors

Just Something I Whipped Up at The Girl Creative

Tutorials & Tips Tuesday at The Stories of A to Z


  1. It looks Lovely, Michelle! My daughter always goes around saying 'Happy Un-Birthday!' from Alice in Wonderland...reminded me of that. I personally think electric candles on timers are the BEST INVENTION EVER!! I have no less than 10 :-) How did your first link party go?

  2. Very pretty & welcoming Michelle, Love it!!

  3. That saying on the mirror just adds the cherry on top! Love it all! And good reminder to be still! jules


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