Holiday Decor

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I loved these Valentine Envelopes I embroidered for the boys last year (tutorial here), and they looked even better against my Shiplap wall. This year for Valentine’s Day, I focused on adding pops of red, white, and greenery. February is a busy month for us and so I wanted to keep it minimal. I was dying to get some flowers out and start ushering Spring. Pretty sure I did a happy dance when the groundhog said Spring was coming early.

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My Mom and Dad have an antique dough bowl that’s been in my family for over 100 years. I borrowed it over the holidays and for Spring have some fresh cuttings from the magnolia trees in our yard and some pretty silk flowers. Since we’ve moved in, I’ve been gathering more and more greenery and flowers for our home. Even though I like a clean look for our décor, I still like it to feel warm and cozy and flowers always make it feel so much more inviting.

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I took my boxwood wreath down after Christmas and moved it above the sink. I love the way it pops against the backsplash (I’ll be sharing a tutorial for how I redid the backsplash soon!). Sawyer got me these flowers the other day at the store. Brandon took the boys to the store one night and they came home with flowers. I thought it was sweet that he was letting the boys take credit for buying me flowers, but it turns out that is really was Sawyer’s idea. He quite possibly is the sweetest three-year-old ever. I picked up the mini milk jug in the One Spot Shop last month. I bought two since they were so cute, I absolutely love them and love the way it looks on my counters (aka hopefully it distracts your eye away from our orange laminate counters haha, they are definitely on our to-do home list).

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Next week I’ll be sharing my Spring/Easter décor!!!

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