Monday, March 18, 2013

Simple Spring Centerpiece

Do you ever have projects that speak to you?



Projects that evoke beauty and rejuvenation. 
                             Projects that inspire us to start new.
Projects with the promise of renewal? 


Projects that remind you of a fresh start to life, the abundance of never ending beauty and the start of a new season......Springtime.


Simple..Easy..Natural

 So, whether you are inspired by all of the sentiments of Easter and Passover or by my simple birds nest that I made with a medium size grapevine wreath, floral moss and eggs from here, perhaps you will think about all of the ways in which you can renew. 

What inspires you to renew this spring?


PS- For some of my other favorite Spring Projects go here


Grateful for~
Life and all it's natural beauty





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25 comments:

  1. Looks so beautiful, Laura! ;) Hope you had a great girls weekend.

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  2. Simply beautiful....I love your sweet Spring Centerpiece!

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  3. Laura- What a GREAT idea! I am SO going to copy this- I will post it and give you a shout out when I do- LOVE it-simple and sweet- xo Diana

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  4. Love those simple and natural projects...so pretty Laura!!
    Have a great day!

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  5. So lovely Laura!! I adore the simplicity of it! Great photos too!! ~ Hugs, Jennifer

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  6. Sweet, simple, beautiful! Have a beautiful week!

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  7. This is so delicate and lovely! Thanks so much for sharing at the It's a Spring Thing linky party ~ I'm pinning this to our party board.

    Have a great week,

    Mary Beth

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  8. So pretty Laura - I love it!

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  9. Just some sunshine and few buds on the trees and I'm refreshed! Love the centerpiece -- simple and fresh.
    xo Heidi

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  10. Love the simple natural look of this for a centerpiece! Lovely!

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  11. Sunshine and warmer weather inspires me! Love your natural wreath centerpiece! Most times, simple is... simply the best!

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  12. Of all the seasons, spring definitely means renewal and rebirth. I'm gladly embracing it! I'm ready for fresh and new projects and working outside. Your birds nest is perfect!

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  13. Dreaming of warm weather and birds chirping as I stare outside at the snow!
    Kelly

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  14. What beautiful images - just love the simplicity...

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  15. Love this, Laura. So simple and yet to pretty. hugs, Laura

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  16. Nests are perfect for spring decor!! Love the one you made, Laura.
    Mary Alice

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  17. So pretty. I love using nests in my decor and today found a new birdcage for future use! XO, pinky

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  18. I LOVE this! I seem to be slightly obsessed with nests this spring. Beautiful centerpiece! k.

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  19. I love this sweet centerpiece. I'm totally using this idea for my kitchen table and I'm featuring it today on Sophisticated Yellow!

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  20. I love it! It is perfect. Proves you don't need to overdo something to make an impact. Gorgeous!

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  21. Love it, Laura! I'll recreate this as SOON as those eggs I ordered from ya' arrive. :)

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  22. Hi Laura! We loved your spring centerpiece, just wanted you to know we featured it today from the It's a Spring Thing Party! Thank you for sharing it with us.

    Heather

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  23. Hi Laura, I really loved the simplicity of this centerpiece. It is so beautiful that I featured it in a post I wrote and repinned it! I hope you will come check out the post
    http://www.colorsmixedtogether.com/2013/03/spring.html

    Happy Spring! Kim

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