Feathering the Nest: Some Sneak Peeks

With the gradual emergence of springtime outside, we’ve begun to develop the “nesting” projects inside. Armed with inspirations from Pinterest, we have a handful of projects in the works! (The green paint color isn’t quite as deep in real life, as it seems on the screen; it’s “Aged Gold 080-3.”)

As we seek to create a simple haven of rest in our home for our family and guests, we’ve been puttering away in various rooms. (And a bit overwhelmed by the disastrous look right now, where everything is piled in the middle of our living space, so that walls can be painted!)

The first coat of paint

We found out that a local hardware store was discontinuing their Mythic Paint line, so we picked up gallons of our favorite colors in this no-VOC paint at an incredible discount.

Our resident 4-year-old floral designer has created many daffodil bouquets (following last month’s crocus arrangements) to fill our home, gathered from the surrounding hillsides. I’m amazed at how fragrant they are!

I finally took down the last of our Valentine’s decor, and created a new mossy wreath for our front door. I used the directions from Jo-Ann’s, but I was originally inspired by this moss wreath tutorial.

I found a couple sewing patterns at the thrift store, and had fun starting some new projects alongside my friend and contributing writer, Emily, during our recent visit. (Emily finished her skirt from Sew Liberated– mine’s still not done; you can see hers here.)

Do you have some simple spring nesting projects in the works?

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  • […] Wreaths are for all seasons. With a simple frame from a craft store you can pin, tuck and turn just about any flower, greenery, seed, or food into a beautiful decoration for your home that will preserve the last bits of any season for just a bit longer on your front door. I loved making this acorn version last fall, and Michele made a mossy version. […]

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