Spring Decor Giveaway

I love when the seasons change.

Okay, with an ice storm and 30 degree weather still here in Mid-Michigan I’m not sure spring actually got the memo that this past Sunday was its official first day. However, I am gonna think positive and offer a spring decor giveaway anyway!

Here is a peek into a little of our spring decor. (If you click on any of the images, they will enlarge.)


Our fireplace mantle. Most of the decor came from last year’s clearance section of TJ Maxx. :-)

Our dining room table complete with the cross our neighbor Ryan made when he was 5. He is now a 25 year-old father & a soldier in the US army. (If you’ve heard me tell the story of the little boy and his hand-me-down Schwinn bike, that was Ryan!)

The starting of my herb garden—basil & parsley—perched on my kitchen sink, along with a 75% off scarlet mini-rose leftover from Valentines Day. It will go perfect in our fairy garden of miniature plants.

I’ll spare you the picture of the pastel plastic chicken the boys have on the basement coffee table in their man cave. When you press his head, he lays a jelly bean!!

Now, to inspire one of you to get your spring on, here is this weekend’s giveaway. It includes:

~Some Bath & Body Works thick hand cream in my signature spring scent~ Butterfly Flower. (Yes, I have a scent for each season just like I usually only burn candles that smell like the current season too! I’m weird like that.)

~Speaking of candles, it also includes two wax melting tarts from Yankee candle in the scent ‘splash of spring’.

~ A bag of Choxie dark & milk chocolate caramels

~ A $10 Target card for you to purchase a new spring decor item for your home.

~A personalized copy of my hospitality book A Life That Says Welcome: Simple Ways to Open Your Heart & Home to Others. Lot of decorating ideas in there and some spring cleaning & de-junking methods too!

One winner will be selected from those who leave a comment on this post. So, tell us–how do you like to decorate for spring? Or if time is tight, simply say, “I’m in!” Winner will be chosen randomly.

Well, I’m headed out-of-state to my son’s baseball games.

I’ll be the one on the sideline, sipping a hot latte, yelling for the team & trying not to freeze!

Sweet Blessings,


  1. I love spring, for 23 yrs. we lived in the amish country, with the rolling hills plowed for planting. Seeing daffodils open there little faces and tulips too. We have moved this year and now i have to find the beauty of spring here and i know i will..there is such a freshness about spring and a new beginning. I thank God for all His blessings and for the seasons of beauty that we can appricate so much. Thanks for your blog. Everything i read it makes me think about things differently. Have a great day Donna

  2. Hello,
    Spring is a bittersweet time of year for me. My beautiful little girl Melony was born on April 20. Just two years later and two weeks after her birthday, she ate 1/2 of an Easter egg she found and died within 15 hours. She would be 37 this year, and oh how I still miss her…
    Easter is also a reminder of how our sweet Lord Jesus gave his life for us, and rose again, so we can be with him and those we love again in heaven. God bless you all as we enter into the beautiful Spring time once again :)

  3. I like to decorate for spring with plastic colored eggs, baskets and it’s the one time I like to treat myself to some fresh flowers in vases. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  4. My spring decorating consists of spring cleaning :). I do have a spring wreath I still need to put out on the porch. The spring storms have begun again so I need to wrap up.

    Happy Spring,

  5. It is Autumn here but still quite hot most of the time. We don’t buy our chocolate eggs too early or they’ll melt (even though they have been in the shops since late January!)
    I decorate our Easter table with a glass bowl full of chocolate eggs and find the scrunched up foil from them in the weirdest places for a month afterwards!

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