Tuesday, March 1, 2011


I am joining Susan for Metamorphasis Monday at http://www.betweennapsontheporch/
It's March and to me it's time to lighten up and get the spring stuff out. Here in the South it has been in the seventies and eighties for the last two weeks, so my winter decor was feeling way heavy. Of course I have to use my beloved blue and white, and doesn't the yellow forsythia just look perfect with it? I am thinking I need to change out the urns for something in a lighter color.
This was the before- my after Christmas winter mantel. Very warm and cozy looking for a cold Januuary and part of February.
A clse up shot of my bird and nests. Don't you just love bird nests-so cute.
I am joining Marty for Tabletop Tuesday at http://www.astrollthrulife/


Donnie said...

Blue Willow is one of my favorites and love how you displayed it.

Lynn at Cottage and Creek said...

Your mantel looks great. I love blue and white as well ... timeless and always so cheerful. We still have snow here in Buffalo, but I'm counting the days till spring. Thanks for sharing your springtime pretties.

Emily said...

Love your spring decor. The little bird is darling! The feather wreath is so cute! Love it!

Anonymous said...

Lovely! I'm your newest follower.

Donna said...

I haven't been on the puter much lately. I just love your blue vases with the forsythia! You inspired me. :)

SavannahGranny said...

I love the blue and yellow. The mantel looks great and the vases are to die for. So light and colorful. Thanks you giving a look. Hugs, Ginger

Dorothy said...

Good Morning! Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog! You have a lovely blog, too. Come back and visit anytime.

Magpies and Magnolias said...

Although my home is decorated in a lot of red, yellow, and green, I find myself being drawn more and more to all shades of blue, and particularly blue and yellow. And I so much love the forsythia. I think that your mantel looks great. You are inspiring me to get mine done, too.

Of course, as soon as I make it look all spring like, we will probably be plunged back into freezing temperatures!

xinex said...

Very pretty! Thanks for the info about the plant, Vicky, and no, I have not heard from Katherine. I hope surgery went well....Christine