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On my mantle – March

My Mantle is looking a little pared back this month, completely by design. We’ve had Mother’s Day and two birthdays which has meant lots of new toys around the house. I love having a little space to curate and with Spring in the air I’m definitely channelling Spring indoors too.

Earlier this month I made a really easy DIY Pom pom tree. It was so simple but pretty and we’ve all enjoyed looking at it. It was looking a little squished in the glass jar so I moved it to my Orla Kiely vase and it has really spread out and looks at home.

DIY pom pom Spring tree in an Orla Kiely vaseYou can also see the Squirrel topped storage jar I bought In Tiger yesterday, filled with Easter treats. I love that shop and picked up some seed trays which I planted with my daughter. They’re currently sitting on the kitchen windowsill absorbing the beautiful sunshine. I can’t wait to see some little shoots poking through.

Spring decorated mantle with pom pom treeI also have our Lego birds on display as I finally finished making the last one this week. It’s a lovely Lego set featuring a  Hummingbird, Blue Jay and Robin. Our house is full of Lego (I wrote about using a Tuff Spot for Lego play over on my other blog today too!) but it’s rare we grown ups have any Lego to play with.

three Lego Ideas Birds on stands I love these delicate birds, magically perched on their stands.

Have you been decorating for Easter yet? I can definitely feel Spring in the air and can’t wait to do some more decorating soon.


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    March 24, 2015 at 8:52 pm

    I love that pom pom tree, looks nice and colorful x

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    Rahul @Champagne and Chutney
    March 24, 2015 at 9:35 pm

    I love how creative you are. The pom pom tree is a great idea but my favourite has to be the Lego birds – so delicately beautiful! Looking forward to what else you do for Easter. 😉

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