Spring’s arrival follows terrific anticipation on my part. I really can’t remember a year that I didn’t rush the season! This spring I made the chandy a focal point (even more) of the dining room. I will show you How to Decorate Your Chandelier with Flowers.
In my early years, I’d resurrect the short-sleeved shirts and culottes on the first 65 degree day of the year. My sweet great-grandmother, Nellie, would say, “Now, you know we’ve still got Blackberry, Dogwood, and and Locust Winter coming.” I have harvested green beans, tomatoes and plucked a few ears of corn in my day, but I offer no claims to being anything close to an informed farmer! I do, however, surmise a good agriculturalist could verify the validity of Nellie Gray’s weather forecasting.
Fast forward a few decades, and at the first hint of spring, you’ll find me lugging treasured tubs of spring decor up from the basement. I’m always thrilled to see the birds and birdhouses, bird nests,moss balls, bunnies, Easter eggs, and various other pastel pretties! At first, I honestly believed I was doing this for the children. Thomas the Great, Jr. and Annalisa the Beautiful have long since lost interest in all spring decor, Easter or otherwise. But, I seem to have elevated my game, evidenced by exhibit one: the dining room chandelier. This maybe the decorating apex of all spring decor ever. Here is How to Decorate a Chandelier with Flowers:
I’d say she’s ready for spring cotillion, wouldn’t you! Yes, maybe she has a flair for the dramatic, but I believe she pulls it off with surprising elegance; and the real shocker is how easy it is to achieve this look! Floral tape and wire cutters and you’re fully equipped for this assignment.