Welcome to the 218th Metamorphosis Monday!
Last month I shared how my friend, Marie decorated her beautiful Victorian home for Valentine’s Day. The Valentine’s Day decorations served a dual purpose since they were also in honor of the 4th annual “Hearts for Heroes” reception Marie hosted in her home in honor of the armed forces and our local military personnel.
Marie has her spring/Easter decorations up now and Mother Nature is helping by doing her part.
Here’s a fun way to decorate those bare trees until the leaves begin to appear. Marie decorated two trees in her front yard with colorful eggs.
The pansies were in full bloom…so pretty!
Marie lined her brick walkway with cute Easter egg lights. Wish I had a nighttime pic to share. I bet it’s wonderful in the evening. While we were out shopping later that afternoon, we ran into several folks who told Marie how much they enjoy seeing her decorations when they drive by her home.
The porch railing was decorated for Easter/Springtime, too.
Come a bit closer and check it out.
Lit egg garland and wreaths adorned the porch railing and each of the columns. This must be so pretty lit up at night!
The front porch was all decked out for Easter, too.
Egg wreaths adorned the columns on either side of the front door.
Marie’s fabulous red door was surrounded with egg garland.
I know Marie’s grandchildren must absolutely love it all!
An egg wreath for the front door…
Are you decorating for spring or Easter this year? If you’re looking for a bit of inspiration for your springtime or Easter decorating, click on the category, The Holiday Home at the top of BNOTP. Then click on “Easter” to find crafts, recipes, decorating ideas and table setting ideas for Easter. Happy Springtime!
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