Another wonderful blog hop featuring Simply Home! A blog hop where a few ladies and myself share some inspiration for your month. With this week being stationary I made sure while doing my last bit of grocery shopping to pick up some fresh tulips to spark some joy at home. Flowers are always a go to for me when I need a little pick me up and need a little change to the home. Spring, I love buying some tulips since there is nothing quite more “spring” like some tulips. I love their floppy little stems and the variety of colors. This year and opted for something a little “rosey” in color and I knew I had the perfect “tulip” bowl for them that I had picked up a few weeks ago from Christmas Tree Shops.
Taking the time to cut back your stems, fill up a vase, and perfectly arrange your tulips is a great way to de-stress and find simple pleasures at home. It’s something I share a lot about in my Home Healing group, and this week…I needed just that. Take it a step further and photograph your process.
I’m not flower arranging expert, but I plan to pick up some tips from my neighbor and friend Dana. If you think you want to further your flower arranging skills, she just released a flower arranging course that you can check out here.
This month my lovely friends are sharing our inspiring homes with flowers. See their links below!
Thistlewood Farms: How to Decorate with Flowers for Spring
Tidbits: Look Inside these 7 Books on Growing Flower Gardens
Maison de Cinq: Decorating with Flowers on a Budget
Seeking Lavender Lane: Tulips for Spring
Shades of Blue: A Spring Floral Arrangement
So Much Better with Age: How Flowers Bring Joy & Calm
Don’t forget to also add some healing in your home with your candle of the month subscription! I just released a new candle subscription line called “fleur & flame” for all those french lovin’ ladies that are obsessed with a good candle like myself. ORDER YOURS TODAY for April’s candle!
KariAnne Wood says
Love your tips! Tulips are one of my favorites!
happy day friend!
Thanks KariAnne, they are a favorite here too!
Tulips are always a good idea 😉
Right, I feel like I need to start every spring with some!
Gosh, your living room is soooo dreamy, Deb! I love those tulips and that vase! It makes the whole room feel like spring is here.
Thank you so much Jamie!
Michele M. says
Don’t forget to put an old REAL copper penny at the bottom of your vessel to keep them purky! Also before bed put the vase of them in the fridge and get them out in the morning. They will last so much longer.
Tulips – a big time favorite, esp white ones. I used to grow them but now can’t because of the deer over-population – they love to eat them! Switched to daffodils which they hate. : – )
I love the way maker song!!we sing it often
Tulips are my very favorite!
Thx for all the joy you bring