All Posts from ‘pink’

Spring tulips in sap spiles
One of my favourite Spring trends is flowers combined with vintage finds. There is something so beautiful about delicate blooms mixed with rusty old metal and I definitely have a soft spot for that look. I found these old sap spiles last year when my mom and I were on a trip to Quebec...

twigs and a wrought iron bird
With everyone cooped up inside and facing uncertain futures, we need something happy and bright to focus on for a little while to give ourselves a break. With Easter this week and warmer weather inching closer I think it’s time for a little Spring cheer… wouldn’t you agree? Since nothing is physically open where...

dried rosebuds inside a shadow box
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and I always find it fun and cheery to add a little red and pink decor to my home.  With the winter being so long here in Canada, any pop of colour and cheer at this time of year is always welcome! For this year’s project, I...

wooden love garland
This time last year I taught a class on how to make a rustic, wooden LOVE garland.  Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to share it with you at the time so I wanted to make sure you got it this year! It is the perfect bunting to hang for Valentine’s Day, a wedding...

Spring Lilacs in an vintage Ironstone tureen
It’s been some time since I did a simply Sunday post and today’s post is my Ode to Lilacs ♥ Spring was soo late in coming this year that we actually still have lilacs on the trees here!  I can’t ever remember a time when lilacs have still been around at the end of June!!...

vintage Ironstone on top of a pink painted dresser
During the month of March I was working on two different pieces that were being donated to charity.  I shared the first one with you here and I wanted to show you the second one today. This piece was recreated for the amazing contest that Habitat for Humanity is currently running to celebrate their...