April 02, 2014

Snippets of Spring





There is nothing like Spring and being able to refresh the house with sweet flowers (even if they are silk) and pretty colors. 
I like to think about what the pioneer women might have had to bring into their cabins, shanties, soddies, or dugouts, to make thier home more beautiful and happy for their loved ones.
I know it would have been all the wonderful wild flowers growing around.  They would have filled pots, bowls, metal dishes, or whatever they had with them.  
Happy Spring Day!

12 comments:

Holly said...

Everything looks great!

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Steph, hope you are well, love the snippets of Spring wonderful, Blessings Francine.

Raggedy Creations said...

I love your little snippets of spring, so pretty and refreshing.

A Primitive Homestead said...

Fresh pretty snippets of spring. My Gram always gathered wild snippes God's beautiful weeds we called them. Come visit take a peek at my doll.

Cindi said...

STEPH!!!! Can I say I about cried when I saw your comments on my blog? I am so happy to have a little connection with you again. I love your spring mantle and I love your snippets of spring. I am so ready for spring although we are under a winter storm watch from tomorrow into Friday anywhere from 6-10 inches...YUCK!! Thanks for coming to visit me! I love you and you and your family are ALWAYS in my prayers! Hi to your cuties for me!
Be blessed,
Cindi

Christine said...

Your sweet spring snippets just make me sigh with contentment! So pretty and joyous and a great reminder that a fresh new season is beckoning!
Wishing you joy!
Christine

Trace4J said...

Happy Spring.
Love all your sweet spring things.
Woolie Ole Hugs to you

Primlish ♥ said...

I am SO ready for flowers and warm weather. Thanks for sharing your beautiful displays!

Earlene L. said...

Sweet!!!!!

Firecracker Kid said...

Hi Steph :) Great to hear from you. Isn't it funny when old crocks and buckets make our chins drop, LOL. Love all your old pieces! Love silk flowers too. I imagine the ladies of olden days hung the herbs in their homes too. Imagine the wonderful smells.
Hugs~Carol

BumbleBeeLane said...

Pretty lil vigenttes! Good to see a post from you..smile..Warm Blessings!~Amy

Linda said...

Just lovely!