Ahhh Spring, you can feel it in the air, finally. Before you know it the magnolias a cherry trees will be blooming. I can hardly wait! I love to bring flowers into my home as often as I can. But filling your home with fresh flowers can tend to get on the pricy side. With spring comes easier access to all kinds of flowers and blooms. Here are three of my favorite and beautiful ways to add flowers without breaking the bank.
First, grab a bunch of jars and arrange them together. You could use jelly jars or mason jars, wrap some twine around it and place just few stems each of assorted wild flowers for a casual arrangement.
Well January I’d like to say that you will be missed but I’d be lying. Who thought this cold gray month was a good idea anyway? So since it’s Friday and since it’s February and since we are inching our way closer to spring with each passing day I’ve decided to bring a little life into the house in the form of a $6 bunch of tulips.
It’s no secret that I love to pick up flowers at the grocery store while food shopping. They make me happy and if that isn’t reason enough to spend $6 then the shot in the arm of springtime in the living is definitely what the doctor ordered.
I love tulips because they’re just so bright and fresh. I usually opt for super bright colorful bunches of flowers but this time I chose to go with a solid white bouquet. I think the solid color feels elegant. It also give me that dash of white I’ve been craving until I muster up the energy to paint the living room.
It’s beginning to feel like spring inside, now if only the weather would cooperate.
We have the most beautiful ornamental grasses scattered throughout our yard. I love them. We chose to add them as we went along for the beautiful rustle they make in the warm summer breeze while also looking very striking in comparison to the snowy white backdrop of winter.
It wasn’t until a few days ago that I realized I should cut some and bring them indoors to add a touch of fall to a vase. They make such a beautiful display that I don’t know why I didn’t think of this sooner
So to sum up, go outside, cut some grass and put it in a vase. You’ll thank me!