Spring Is In The Air -- Part 2. What?

Didn't know there was going to be a Part 2, did ya?  Actually, I didn't know it either until I just couldn't shake that "tweaking" bug that I caught a couple of days ago.  It's still not completely out of my system, but maybe if I eat some chocolate & take a nap, I'll feel better.  Hmmm?

The first part of Part 2 took place in my kitchen.  Apparently, all of a sudden, I have a green thumb.  At least I haven't yet killed this lovely poinsettia, but was getting tired of it being in this window.  I've moved things around a bit, but basically the window has been the same since the first of the year.

Time to make a clean sweep.

Just shoppin' the house & the deco closet was really all I did.  I moved the poinsettia out to the sunroom (there are now 3 out there), brought in one of my orchids that's starting to get blooming stems,  added the little framed painted glass (bought years ago at Michael's on sale), snagged the lantern from the patio & added a candle & shells, added one of my Pier 1 bird plates, & the silver pedestal dish with faux moss.

The only new items I purchased were the candle (Michael's w/40% off coupon), sea shells & the faux moss from the $Store.  This faux moss looks like a cross between chia pets & pet rocks.  Kind of weird little things, but they filled a need.

I still liked my large apothecary jar filled with the faux fruit, so I just moved it to the island & added the little raffia carrots like a tassel.  Am I clever or what?  lol!!! 

 I was kind of tired of my tiered metal basket that I was using for the real fruit, so I grabbed this little Smith & Hawkins wooden crate.  My son gave it to me several years ago filled with tulips for my b-day. Yes, those are all real & came from trees in our yard.

You might think I would have been "tweaked out" by now, but I wasn't finished yet.  The buffet needed just a few quick changes -- like adding a pic of our new little "grand" Avery.

Found a perfect spot for another one of my hurricane creations filled with little green foam beads ($Store) & a remote controlled, battery-operated candle (love these things).  I've had this little bunny (originally from Big Lots) for years.  He opens & there are several more in graduated sizes.  It's really cute to have them lined up, but too much of a temptation for the furry feline who resides here.  The baby bunny was missing for years under the china cabinet until I rearranged the dining room furniture a couple of months ago!  So I just posed the large bunny on a clear candle stick, and Abby & I can both 
live with that.

I decided to trade out a lamp that was residing here with this floral arrangement.  I didn't buy anything new for this, it was all in my decor closet just waiting to be lovely again.

I've been having fun adding just little bits of spring here and there.  Thank you for stopping by and I hope you will come again soon.

I'm happy to be linking to:
 Transformation Thursdays-The Shabby Chic Cottage
Fridays Unfolded-Stuff and Nonsense
Inspiration Friday-At The Picket Fence
A Few of my Favorite Things-Bargain Hunting With Laurie
Sassy Sites-FFA Friday
Seasonal Sundays-The Tablescaper
Metamorphosis Monday-BNOTP
Dittle Dattle-Amaze Me Monday
Tabletop Tuesday-A Stroll Thru Life
Saavy Southern Style-Wow Us Wednesday
Whassup Wednesday-Elements Interiors


  1. Wow, is that a greenhouse window? I have always wanted one. It looks fantastic :D

  2. Thanks for the nice comment on my blog! I enjoyed reading your "about me" section. I do look forward to that day I can craft whenever, but I will say I'm not ready for it. I love my little ones too much :) I'm sure you've earned your time to yourself! You have a great blog also. I love that you've stayed with your husband for so long, and love him so much!

  3. Hi there! Love those roosters but your right. It is time for spring. My house is full of rich, dark colors. Spring is always hard for me. I'm challenging myself this year to soften things up. We'll see how I do! So nice to meet you.

  4. Hey there! Your touches of Spring are just fantastic and I've been doing some "tweaking" at my house too. I love how you have shown that adding Spring-y accents doesn't mean they all have to be soft pastel colors but can still have such a fresh look. Thank you so much for linking this up to Inspiration Friday! :-)

  5. I need to do this....spring decor is so fun to come up with! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Cas, I love you spring redo. Everything is so pretty. I love the raffia carrots. So Neat. I wish I had some of the homegrown fruit. We know a few people here who have some citrus fruit. It is rare and the trees are often lost in winter. A good friend has kumquat and meyer's lemon. Yours look so tasty in that basket.
    Thanks for visiting. Did you sign up for my giveaway. If not come back and sign up. Hugs, Ginger

  7. Hi, I am your newest follower! I love your "tweaking"...here at my house, my husband calls it "fluttering"! I've looked at those weird little green moss things at $ Tree time and time again...like what you did with them...and the carrot tassels, very clever! Please, drop my and visit me and follow if you desire! Enjoyed my "tour" here.


  8. looks like a wonderful transformation...i'm so ready for spring too! thanks for linking up this week.


    stuff and nonsense

  9. All of your vignettes look so pretty. How wonderful to have a window in your kitchen that allows you to create vignettes. Love the way you put the carrots on the apothocary. Thank you so much for linking to Favorite Things. laurie

  10. I'm so behind on blogs! Everything looks great as usual! I want that apothecary jar. I haven't been able to find one for a decent price.

  11. Everything looks great! I can't believe the fruit came from your yard-that's so fun:@)

  12. Love all of your tweaking! That's part of wht makes a house a home.Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  13. I really am digging those carrots. And you are so lucky to have that greenhouse window.

  14. Fabulous tweaks! I need to tweak a few things around my home. Love that yellow plate in your kitchen. :)
    Thanks so much for linking up to my Catch a Glimpse party! Always nice to see a new face.


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