Who is ready to spring into Spring? I started getting ready for Spring this week by refreshing my Garden Hose Wreath with some silk flowers to give it a bit more color.
I also spent some time creating some fun products for sale over on Zazzle. (Affliate links! If you buy anything I could receive a small commission at no cost to you)
Here are some of the highlights for Spring.
You can view all of the products here.
And now let’s get to the party.
Happiness is Homemade
Spring has sprung in my neck of the woods and this week’s party will focus on all things wreaths! Because I don’t know about you, but one of the things I look forward to the most each Spring is tidying up my front porch and adorning from home’s front with a new, warm-weather wreath! So be sure to check out this week’s DIY wreath selections to get your creative thoughts flowing and constructions hands ready for all your upcoming seasonal projects ahead!
On with this week’s features!
On with this week’s features!
This week’s first feature is this adorable Boxwood Easter Wreath from the Michele of the Scrap Shoppe Blog. Perfect for Easter and could easily be made with Easter accessories and decor pieces you have lying around your home!
My second feature is this post on 9 Sensational, Affordable Spring Wreaths your sure to love from Cynthia from Home Beautifully!
Cynthia also featured this great DIY Wreath with Coffee Filters that you’ve got to check out this season as well! She includes an instructional video too! Something that would have been oh-so-handy when I made these wreaths for my ETSY shop many years ago!
Last but not least, I loved this Fairy Garden on Your Door Wreath by Angie of The Country Chic Cottage. The perfect wreath for all those made in the 80’s babies, like myself, who grew up watching David the Gnome on tv!
Angie also shared this awesome Easter Bunny from Bandannas. An easy-to-make, awesomely affordable baby shower or Easter brunch gift idea for this season!I hope you enjoy this week’s features! Now to meet your HIH hosts!
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Now, let’s get started now with this week’s party. While you are here, we’d love it if you would visit the blogs of our lovely co-hosts!
The rules? They are really simple! Make sure you visit a few other blogs and make some new friends along the way. Feel free to link up your favorite recipes, crafts or your latest DIY project. We want you to share it all! As always, please make sure to follow your hosts and co-hosts! Link up your posts, make some friends, and earn the chance to be featured at Happiness Is Homemade Link Party! We will feature the favorite posts each week!
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