A couple days ago I walked outside and immediately started having a ‘double D’ day.
No my friends, I didn’t suddenly become extra voluptuous! Double D words started popping into my head and right out of my mouth.
The first double D was-Darn Deer!
That’s right, the darn deer had come right up to my porch and nibbled off all the blooms on my newly planted pansies. They didn’t seem to like the Primroses quite as much.
Not only did they nibble, but they pulled the entire plant out and left it laying on the ground. Then came the second double D word. The ‘dirty devils’ had made a mess of the soil on the porch. I stuck the plants back in and they are starting to recover.
Lucky for me they didn’t bother the pots on my old green ironing board. It was a $5 find. The mama and baby bunnies were my mothers.
I had a bag of tulip and hyacinth bulbs in the garage that I didn’t get in the ground last Fall. I’ve stuck some in a couple pots. Anxious to see if they do much. They have grown quite a bit.
They also missed these pots in my cabinet. I love planting grass seed both indoors and out for a quick touch of Spring.
My dad’s old lunch pail is filled with plastic eggs. A crochet chicken sits on top. Wonder if any will hatch?
Some old finials, a gazing ball and a bird join my painted wooden eggs. I decorated the porch with just a touch of Easter. It will be easy to change it out to Spring afterwards.
Bird décor is perched on top.
Originally I planned on hanging eggs from the branches. Hasn’t happened yet.
I placed a wire container filled with seed balls, a bundle of lavender, and a watering can on my vintage podium.
This sweet little can holds water so it’s perfect for giving the plants a drink.
This 100+ year old door is off of my youngest daughter, Kylee’s home. When they left for Spain they replaced it with a more air tight one for the renters. We are storing it for them. Why not show it off for a while?
I made the pillows for my two turquoise chairs last year out of burlap and an old curtain.
The Spring umbrella was a Pinterest copy cat last year also.
Spring flowers, eggs, and moss are tucked in amongst the pleats.
We are suppose to get rain this week. I hope so because hubby just mowed the lawn and fertilized.
I hope Spring finds you soon!
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