Spring is my favorite time of year. There’s nothing more soothing than open up the windows and enjoying the fresh spring breeze. I have been enjoying sprucing up my home for spring, and adding fresh flowers is the perfect way to bring spring indoors.
One of the things that makes me really happy in the spring and summer, is fresh, brightly colored flowers. As the days are getting warmer, I try to bring some spring indoors, either cutting flowers from our garden, or buying fresh flowers at the grocery store or farmers market.
I had my kids help out by picking a bunch of lemons from our tree out back. They helped wash them and dry them and place them in the jar.
Of course fresh, spring themed treats are always good to have on hand! I’ve been on a bit of a baking kick too – I tried out two new recipes over the weekend; I posted them earlier this week (Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Cookies with Coconut MnMs and Semi-Homemade Orange Buttercream Cupcakes). I’ll have more delicious (and super easy) recipes in the coming weeks.
Just a few simple touches add a beautiful taste of spring.
So the moral of the post? Simple is beautiful. As long as it makes you smile, that’s all that matters!
This post is part of the It’s a Spring Thing! blog hop, that will be happening every day through March 17!
Tomorrow you’ll want to make sure to visit At the Picket Fence, where Heather will be sharing an delicious spring treat.
Shannon from Fox Hollow Cottage, Debbie from Debbiedoo’s, Heather from Setting for Four, Angelina from JoJo & Eloise, Vanessa from At the Picket Fence, Maryann from Domestically Speaking, KariAnne from Thistlewood Farms, Courtney from French Country Cottage, and Jennifer from Jennifer Rizzo. Be sure to follow along! On March 18 we’ll all be hosting one HUGE It’s a Spring Thing! Linky Party where you can link up your spring and Easter posts.
Hi! I’m Kristin, the creative mind behind Yellow Bliss Road where you will be inspired by tons of easy to follow recipes, lots of free printables, and a little sprinkling of life thrown in for good measure.