Up until last week I had the urn, here in the Entry, filled with Faux Paperwhites; they are my favorite "go-to" flower year round. Paperwhites fit any season with their delicate orchid like blooms, but I was ready for something a little different so I decided to go with a natural Springtime woodsy look using faux blooming branches, sticks and pussy willows.
Not much of a change, but a little more "natural" look with branches. I have several fruit trees here in the yard, and a new Redbud, but since my allergies go berzerk this time of year, I thought it best to keep things free of possible runny-nose, itchy eyes, sneezing and wheeze causing pollen... so faux it is.
It's always hard making the faux florals look natural around the base of their container, so lately I've been using this woven twig "ribbon" and some moss to give it a more natural organic look and feel.
I think I've found this woven twiggy fencing at HL in the past,
and I grab some each time I see it available.
I did get out this last week to find some pretty pastel ribbon, but just haven't gotten around to putting it up. I better get busy as Easter is this next Sunday. note to self... better get on that.
I've had this heavy iron urn for years and it's really easy to change out the florals with the Seasons. Sometimes more than once a season. Here are a few pics of Entry vignettes from Springs past. Some are pretty colorful, and "wild". Most of these pics were from our old home, where I had the ability to change up color schemes a little more easily than I do here at this house. All of them are made with faux stems and branches.
Last year, late Spring.
Different urn, same Paperwhites!
I have some vintage Easter Inspiration coming a little later this week,
Hope you're off to a good Easter Week.
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