I found this set of three cute watering cans last fall
and purchased them to use this spring.
Daffodils are so bright and cheerful.
I definitely wanted to incorporate them into my spring decor.
Although, I wasn't really sure how I wanted to do it.
Then it hit me.
Get out the little watering cans that you bought last year and
place a bulb of daffodils in each one.
Lucky me, I had to go grocery shopping today.
You are probably wondering what was so lucky about that.
Well - the lucky part was that the grocery store had individual daffodil bulbs for .98 cents!
After I had all of the groceries put away,
I replanted the daffodils into the watering cans and covered the dirt with moss that I had.
I decided to arrange them on a rustic wood tray.
(another thrift store purchase)
I added a piece of burlap to cover the ugly painting on the tray.
Lastly, a nest with an egg, that I already had, completed it.
Hopefully these daffodils will last a week or so
and then it will be just about time to create an Easter centerpiece.
You can take a peek at last years Easter centerpiece here.
It is a Martha Stewart copycat.
Have you brought any bright blooms into your home lately?
If so, what kind of flowers were they?
I hope these brighten your day and bring you some warmth.
'til next time,