Bring the Outside In – Host a Garden Party

8 Months ago by

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When I think about a garden party, I am immediately overcome with a variety of senses. I can practically smell the fragrance of spring blooms. I hear the sounds of birds chirping and a faint buzz of bees floating lazily above the full flowers. Lace accents cover the table, allowing the sunshine to filter through the delicate details. I feel the warmth of the sun and almost forget the frigid temperatures of winter. However, I soon come back to reality when look out the window, see the clouds, and hear the cold wind howling. Even though spring party weather is still in the not-so-distant future, I love the idea of bringing the elements of a beautiful garden party inside the home and creating my own a slice of springtime. Give these projects a try to host your own garden party…

Garden Party Block 1

 

Welcome your guests with a cheerful, framed chalkboard sign. Upcycle a set of glass bottles and create this charming recycled bottle holder project. Place more blooms on display inside a chalk paint “whitewashed” clay pot.

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Decorate your bicycle, or anything your heart desires, with colorful pom-poms. Mix yarn colors to create a unique look!

Garden Party Block 2

Sweet treats are a must at any garden party. Treat your guests to a plate of beautiful and delicious rosette cupcakes! Use silver leaf to transform a plain candle into a shimmering accent. A bouquet of pom-pom blooms adds a touch of whimsy to the decor! Give the decor a personal touch and create a this spring floral wood letter covered in green succulents.

I can practically feel the warmth of spring already! Don’t let the lingering temperatures of winter keep you from welcoming spring! Bring the a touch of blooming beauty inside your own home and create a garden party to remember.

- Meredith


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  • Shelia Marks

    For some reason the white painted coke bottles and the cut circular wood that the chalk painted clay set on interested me more. These are very lovely spring ideas though.