Hey hey you lovely people! And happy Wednesday. Do you guys realize that the first official day of spring is only 12 days away? TWELVE DAYS. I don’t know about you, but this girl is so flippin’ excited to say farewell to winter. I’m beyond ready for all things bright and cheery–which is precisely why I’m sharing a fun vintage farmhouse spring mantel with you all today. I was actually in Michael’s recently, apparently I can’t go one solid week without stopping in there, and I found the most gorgeous bundle of faux roses and dahlias. It was a large bundle, I think it cost around twenty bucks, so I only bought one and separated it into several little sections for this look. I’m usually not a huge fan of roses, but these were a beautiful shade of soft pink, which is pretty much my obsession right now. Come see what I did with them!
I have a DIY post coming up soon for these terra-cotta pots with vintage labels. I cannot wait to share how I made these–you’ll probably be very surprised to see where I found those old labels.
I really love how this mantel came together with the old window chalkboard, terra-cotta pots, and pink flowers. It’s a simple look, but it definitely adds a lot of cheer and spring color to the living room. All of the terra-cotta pots are from Michael’s, I just dry brushed them with white paint. And of course the greenery and faux roses are from there as well. Oh and I also found those cute little chalkboard sign picks at Michael’s too. I basically give them all of my money on a weekly basis. It’s a problem.
Be sure to stay tuned for the tutorial on those fun terra-cotta pots with vintage labels. I’ll be sharing that post next week. Thanks a million for dropping by the blog today! Let me know what you think of my spring mantel and don’t hesitate if you have any questions.