I wanted something that could transcend seasons, so I assembled a colorful display with some touches of Spring that can easily be switched out for seashells in a couple of months:
|My new subway art is stealing this show. It lists all the places my hubs and I have lived together (current address bleeped out). We didn't know each other when both lived in Fairfax, but it still counts;)|
|The long view shows off my new fireplace screen, too. I was tired of worrying about a boy faceplanting on that hot glass. Now he'll just faceplant into some sharp wrought iron.|
As for my touches of Spring, I have a sweet little nest in my cloche:
Split peas for St. Pattie's Day in my candle-holder:
|Supplies: styrofoam/plastic eggs, sheet moss, floral foam (all from Dollar Tree), embellishment such as my green ribbon, skewers (mine are painted champagne from a prior project), cute little pots and hot glue.|
...and just glueing them on. Its fun 'cause its like a puzzle. And maybe that's just me, but that's fun. Wild times, indeed.
A little ribbon, and there ya go! Vaguely egg-shaped moss topiaries for Spring!
Thanks for stopping by and checkin' me out today!