Spring Door Decor

Quick heads up to remind y’all about Rhoda’s Spring door decor link party today!

We haven’t had time to deck out any of our doors yet this year, but we did have fun with the ones in the photo above last year. (Links: Yarn wreath how-to and Seaside Sisters)

Did you blog about deckin’ out your door this Spring? If so, and you’d like to share it with folks lookin’ for Spring door decor inspiration, swing by Rhoda’s and link it up, Buttercup! And if you’re like me and haven’t gotten around to it yet- you’ll definitely want to head over there, too. There’s sure to be LOTS of lovely links to be inspired by!

Spring Paint Project
Kitchen

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Comments

  1. says

    Heading over there for some inspiration….maybe its time I took my Christmas wreath down….not kidding…..at least its green…does that count as a spring wreath?
    Love your blog

    • Layla says

      Hey, that’s ok! We’re about to decorate for Christmas here next month- LOL! (A work-related project) 😉

  2. Elaine says

    Good morning, Layla!
    I love visiting with you for all the great ideas, spirit, and love that you share! I admire your style, and love your decorating ideas, but I have to say that your non-decor posts have touched my heart the most….. keep on doing what you are doing, girl! :)

    • Layla says

      Thank you, Elaine! :-)
      I appreciate your encouraging comment and am so happy you like visiting us here at TLC!

  3. says

    No matter what, I get inspiration everyday from you & older posts remind me of those projects that I forgot about and still want to try! So yeah, keep it up! :)

  4. Debbie says

    Hi! Spring wreath? Probably the same one we use every year – but I have to wait a bit longer to keep birds from building nests in it. Yes, right on the front door. Yes, with two cats going in and out of the house. I borrowed the design from a friend in Texas. We use artificial wisteria on three quarters of a vine wreath, all secured with floral pins and hot glue. Maybe that’s why the birds like it so much – it was built to last! I love the new love seat on your front porch!

  5. Kat :) says

    Layla,
    I love coming to your blog! Inspiration galore!!! This is my favorite decorating idea site. I love it! I’m wanting to send pics for pick my presto, but I can’t decide which room to send….I’m working on 3 all at the same time. Stress! Don’t know if it’s multitasking or ADD…..hehe. :) Anyway, just wanted to encourage you and let you know your blog rocks!
    Sincerely,
    Kat

  6. says

    I just couldn’t believe the mean comment you received. I absolutely love your site and am constantly inspired to try new projects as a result of your inspiration. It always shocks me when someone is just so hateful and spiteful. Sounds like jealousy rearing its ugly head to me! Love that you showed such class by not telling her off and simply directing her to the many projects you’ve been working on. Pure class! Please keep up the great work. You inspire so many of us!

    • Amanda says

      I second this…This site is the best. Something about your style…whenever I visit I feel like I’m on vacation ..even if just for a few minutes. Keep up the great work and thanks for providing such wonderful content at no cost to your readers. We appreciate it!

  7. Janet - Louisville, Ky says

    I second, third and forth all the positive comments! You and Kevin give such fun and inspiring ideas and FOR FREE! I am getting ready to check out thespring door inspiration and probally go back thru all your old but feels like new posts. Love your blog!

  8. says

    I’d like to get crafty with a spring wreath, but this year I just went with a pre-made Easter door hanger that my mother-in-law no longer wanted. Next year will be my year! :)

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