As magical as Christmas decorations can be, its always refreshing to put them away and start over after New Years with a new decorating scheme.
A couple of days after Christmas My hubby surprised me with this vintage hutch. that he found at an Antique/Used Furniture Store. He wasn't sure I would like it, but I really love it. Most of these items were things I already had in the house. I just went around and pulled things from different rooms and even from the kitchen cabinets. The plates came from thrift stores and other items came from Dollar General and Dollar Tree.
I love the Morning Glory flowers painted on the back of one of the shelves.
A fruit theme slowly evolved as I worked and so I made this table runner using some fruity fabric.
My intent was to make his wreath work for year round, but I have a sneaky suspicion that it turned out very spring like! When March comes, I'll have a head start on my Spring decorating! I used Baby's Breath and green Hydrangea from Dollar Tree. The ribbon was in my ribbon stash in the sewing room.
I used the same grape vine wreath that I used for this Christmas themed one. I think the green and white flowers are a nice departure from the Christmas theme.
I am linking to Table Top Tuesday at a Stroll Through Life.
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