Almost all remainders of winter have been eliminated around here...both inside and out. That includes our mantel.
I had some leftover dried parsley from last fall, so I added that in a jar for some greenery. The dried parsley holds its color fairly well.
I love this old yellow teapot that belonged to my great aunt. The color is very cheery and I love how it balances out the yellow from the forsythias on the other side.
The other side....
I had been dying to use this old metal toolbox my dad found somewhere and gave to me. I've thought about repainting it, but I like the old look to it. It's holding the forsythias. I made the letters last spring for some fun and texture.
I just stuck some jars down in there to hold the faux branches.
I love fresh flowers in my home and these were clipped from my garden. Love!
I'm loving the fresh, spring look that matches what's going on outside our windows. : )
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