Inspirational Spring Art Printables

Looking for easy ways to update your decor for spring? I’m so excited to share some beautiful inspirational spring art printables I made just for you! Try these gorgeous inspirational spring art printables for your home or office. Just print, frame and display! Printables are affordable ways to add colorful beauty to a room and they can be used in so so many ways! Let’s decorate for spring with printables!

What You Will Need:

• 8.5 x 11 inch photo frame

• 8.5 x 11 inch card stock or printer paper

• Spring art printable download (see below)

Notes:

• Depending on your frame you may need to trim the paper down a bit on the edges.

For the best results, print the Inspirational Spring Art printables on good card stock or printable watercolor paper.

FUN USES FOR THE SPRING ART PRINTABLES

Here are some other fun ways to use these printables…

• frame them

• print them on transfer paper and make a tote bag or pretty napkins

• transfer them onto a pillow cover or t-shirt

• use them to slip in the front of a binder

• make them into a poster

• Print them onto custom canvas

These inspirational spring art printables would make perfect gifts for a…

• teacher

• friend

• hostess

• someone recuperating from sickness

• someone who needs cheering up

• new mommy

• anyone you love

• yourself

DOWNLOAD SPRING ART PRINTABLE HERE
DOWNLOAD SPRING ART PRINTABLE HERE
DOWNLOAD SPRING ART PRINTABLE HERE

Top 10 Tulip Arrangements You’ll Love

Tulips are the classic symbol of spring! They are like adding sunshine and spring warmth to a room. Here are the top 10 tulip arrangements you’ll love to help celebrate the season. Tulips are beautiful just simply placed in a vase but these tulip arrangements are a bit more dramatic and are really easy to do. You can make these from grocery store bouquets and as spring approaches and tulip season begins there will be a large variety of colors to choose from.

Because of a tulip’s bendiness, you can actually place them sideways in a clear, glass fishbowl for this look.

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A tighter arrangement that single color, double, or multicolor tulips would all look great with.

Top 10 Tulip Arrangements You’ll Love

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Once you have your flowers arranged. Gather the tulip stems together, wrap with an elastic and trim the bottoms off evenly. Wrap a few of the tulip leaves to wrap the bunches together in a long vessel.

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A simple and elegant tulip arrangement using a tall vase.

Top 10 Tulip Arrangements You’ll Love

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DIY cabbage tulip flower arrangement that is colorful farm to table goodness.

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One cool thing about tulips is they are super pliable. Here is a dramatic tulip arrangement with the leaves removed and using only the stems to arrange in a circular pattern.

Top 10 Tulip Arrangements You’ll Love

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Adding tulip plants to a wire basket and then filling it in with some moss makes a striking arrangement.

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Green grass lines this circular vase with the tulip stems off to one side.

Top 10 Tulip Arrangements You’ll Love

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Easy tulip and asparagus centrepiece.

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Tulip and pussy willow centerpiece.

Tulip Tips:

1. Buy tulips that are not fully opened.

2.Cut 1/4 inch off the stems at a 45-degree angle before putting in water.

3.Check the water often as you’ll need to replenish it because they do drink a lot.

4.If tulips droop, cut off two more inches from the ends of the tulips, and drop two pennies in the vase.

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Inspirational Spring Art Printables

Looking for easy ways to update your decor for spring? I’m so excited to share some beautiful inspirational spring art printables I made just for you! CLICK HERE

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Give Me Summer- Summer Dreaming

Give me summer – summer dreaming, summer vibes, summer time aesthetic, summer quotes. Hello beautiful summer! Find beautiful summer inspiration here to help nurture your soul today.

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“I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June.” – L.M. Montgomery

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“Summer is a state of mind.” —Unknown

Give me summer – summer dreaming

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“Summer afternoon… to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” —Henry James

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“I love summertime more than anything else in the world. That is the only thing that gets me through the winter, knowing that summer is going to be there.” —Jack McBrayer

Give me summer – summer dreaming

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“Summer has a flavor like no other. Always fresh and simmered in sunshine.” – Oprah Winfrey

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“One must maintain a little bit of summer, even in the middle of winter.” – Henry David Thoreau

Summer Inspiration

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“I was made for sunny days.” —Unknown

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“Summertime is always the best of what might be.” —Charles Bowden

Summer Inspiration

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“I could never in a hundred summers get tired of this.”-Susan Branch

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“I love how summer wraps its arms around you like a warm blanket.” —Kellie Elmore

“When the sun is shining I can do anything; no mountain is too high, no trouble too difficult to overcome.” – Wilma Rudolph

Summer Inspiration

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“Spring being a tough act to follow, God created June.” – Al Bernstein

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“Some of the best memories are made in flip-flops.” – Kellie Elmore

Summer Inspiration

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“If it could be like this always — always summer, always alone, the fruit always ripe…” —Evelyn Waugh

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“In early June the world of leaf and blade and flowers explode, and every sunset is different.”- John Steinbeck

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“To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” —Audrey Hepburn

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“All in all, it was a never-to-be-forgotten summer… one of those summers which, in a fortunate combination of delightful weather, delightful friends, and delightful doing, come as near perfection as anything can come in this world.” – L.M. Montgomery

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“‘Cause a little bit of summer is what the whole year is all about.”- John Mayer

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“It was June, and the world smelled of roses. The sunshine was like powdered gold over the grassy hillside.” – Maud Hart Lovelace

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“Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability.” – Sam Keen

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Fall Kitchen Essentials

A well-stocked kitchen is certainly key to the comfort of home. As we gather indoors more in this autumn season, a stocked up pantry adds comfort and pleasure to the home. A homemade meal, a batch of cookies, a favorite hot drink, a quick loaf of bread —all these are quite easy to produce if the ingredients and equipment are right on hand. It all comes down to preparation. A bit of planning, a strategic shopping trip, a small dose of organization, and you have a home stocked and ready for a sudden blizzard, an unexpected guest, an impromptu celebration with those you love.

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For autumn, of all the seasons, is the one when the urge to get cozy and comfy, to invite others over, to gather the ones we love close near the fireside, is strongest.

If you’ve never stocked up on basic ingredients before or envisioned your own home as a place to gather resources, here’s a list to get you started.

You should, of course, adjust the list according to your preferences and needs. I have adapted this list from Sally Clarkson’s book The Lifegiving Home.

Dry Goods

• Flour (whole wheat, organic, unbleached white, bread)

• Sugar (white, light brown, dark brown, confectioner’s)

• Salt (regular iodized salt, kosher salt, sea salt)

• Cornmeal (white, yellow, self-rising)

• Cocoa (dark and semisweet)

• Baking powder and baking soda

• Cornstarch

• Dried herbs and spices (allspice, basil, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, cumin, garlic, ginger, nutmeg, oregano, sage, thyme)

• Herb and spice blends (chili powder, curry powder, and a favorite—herbes de Provence)

• Chocolate chips

• Nuts (almonds, pecans, walnuts, pistachios)

• Grains (barley, dried corn [oatmeal, quinoa, rice [brown and white], and wheat [for fresh grinding if you have a mill])

• Pastas and couscous

• Dried legumes (pinto beans, black beans, navy beans, split peas, lentils)

• Dried fruit (raisins, coconut, apricots, cherries, cranberries)

  • Popcorn

Canned, Dehydrated, and Bottled Goods

• Beans (white, garbanzo, navy, kidney)

• Vegetables (corn, peas, green beans)

• Fruit (peaches, mandarin oranges, pineapple, cherries, pears, applesauce)

• Apple chips

• Pie fillings (cherry, apple, pumpkin)

• Tomatoes (crushed, sauced, diced, whole, tomato paste)

• Jams and jellies

• Pickles and chutneys

• Ethnic foods (green chiles and jalapeños, enchilada sauce, salsa, soy sauce, coconut milk, spaghetti sauce, pizza sauce)

• Nut butters (almond, peanut)

• Oils (olive, peanut, coconut, avocado, grape seed)

• Condiments (mustards, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice—many of these will need to be refrigerated after opening)

Fresh and Refrigerated Goods

This supply will be constantly renewed, of course, but the following items are good to have on hand:

• Eggs

• Dairy (milk, cream, half-and-half, yogurt, sour cream, butter)

• Fresh vegetables, preferably local and in season (onions, peppers, tomatoes, avocados, and a variety of salad mixes)

• Fresh fruit, preferably local and in season (berries, apples, pears, oranges)

Soup and Bread Combos

• Potato soup and whole wheat herb and onion bread

• Chicken and vegetable noodle soup with rolls

• Navy bean and ham bone soup with cornbread

• Broccoli cheese soup with buttered whole wheat toast

• Vegetable beef soup with oatmeal muffins

• White chicken chili with green-chile-and-cheese cornbread

• Butternut squash and apple soup with cranberry-walnut rolls

Drinks

An assortment of teas(herbal, black, green, specialty)

An assortment of your favourite coffees

Apple cider

Hot chocolate mixes, mini-marshmallows

I hope these tips for a well stocked pantry for fall will add pleasure and comfort to the season for you and your loved ones. What kitchen essentials do you like to stock up for the fall?

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Fabulous Fall Home Accents

Whether you’re looking for indoor or outdoor fall home decor ideas, we’ve got some gorgeous fall wreaths, fall flower arrangements, fall mantel decor, fall porch, or fall pumpkin ideas to add autumn warmth and beauty to your home.

Fall Porch Decor

This beautiful fall flower/planter arrangement has a lemon cypress, along with an ornamental kale, a Vinca vine and a miniature white pumpkin.
Ornamental Pony Tail grass with white miniature pumpkins.
The pumpkins are from my daughter’s pumpkin patch.
This is a wreath I made from corn tassels. For instructions on how to make one for yourself, click here. This wreath will get lighter in color over time with sunshine on it.
This outdoor mat I purchased from a Hallmark card and gift shop. The centre of the mat comes out and you can switch it out for different themes, ie, winter, spring, or summer scenes, etc.
My petunias are still looking great so my decor is transitional from summer to fall:)
Fall table centrepiece filled with miniature pumpkins from my daughter’s pumpkin patch.

Fall Mantel Decor

For my fall mantel I used 3 real willow wood pieces that my husband made into candles for me, a combination of real(miniature white) pumpkins and faux(miniature orange) on top, along with faux foliage and wheat stalks. The leaf garland has miniature lights that add coziness in the evening. The pumpkins in the basket are from my daughter’s pumpkin patch. The painting was done by my mom.

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My Colorful Fall Mantel Decor

With shorter days, crisp mornings and the leaves starting to change color, there’s no doubt fall is almost upon us. And with that comes thoughts of fall decorating.

This year I’ve gone very colourful with my fall decor ideas. I wanted to add some rich colors to my family room, lots of orange and red. Decorating my mantle is one of my favourite things to do with each season. My daughter grew her first pumpkin patch and so I got to use some of the fruits of her labor from that. I wanted to incorporate lots of golden yellows, gorgeous spicy oranges, and natural elements.

My sister painted the painting and I love the vibrant colors in it, and how the pumpkins within the painting tie in so well with the real pumpkins on the mantel.

I used a combination of natural corn and wheat stalks with faux foliage, together with the rustic look from the burlap and I love how it all looks together. The burlap came from the Dollar store.

The candles add a warm cozy glow at night.

The faux cattails tie in well with the natural cornstalks.

The ‘Thankful’ sign I purchased at Michaels, and I love the rustic look it adds.

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