Although the weather in Colorado has felt a bit more like summer this week, the birds are chirping and trees are blooming. All sure signs of spring. I love this time of year! It’s like the world wakes up and does one big cat stretch. It’s peaceful and relaxing; a great time to think about renewal.

Spring is also full of feminine energy and pretty things. It makes me think of lace, neutral and pastel colors, flowers, and sitting in a park under a tree reading a good book. So, here are some of the visual spring inspirations I found on Pinterest this week.

Want to see more? Then check out my “Favorites of the Week” board on Pinterest and follow me. I try to always follow back. :)

It’s always so hard to narrow these down to the top 5. In the selection above, I love the way the colors blend together, especially the green and coral in that super cute outfit. I also love how the tea canisters were reused as vases. But the eggs at the end might be my favorite. When I was little, my mom used to hide my Easter basket and I would find it through clues on a treasure hunt. These eggs remind me of that and might be a fun twist on finding the clues and eggs all at the same time. (Now if I can just remember this idea when I have kids old enough to play along)

I’d love to know what your favorites are. Please leave a comment to let me know.

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6 comments on “pinterest finds: spring inspiration

  1. DevonRiesenberg on said:

    This post just made my morning :) I cannot believe the seriously adorable inspiration you found on Pinterest! I can't think of anything more whimsical and fun for an Easter egg hunt than those polka dot "message in an egg shell" eggs! I also adore those tea canisters as flower vases…I'm headed over to you Pinterrest boards now :)

  2. Kristin on said:

    I am sooooo ready for Spring now! I love the outfit. It's so feminine and ladylike.

    • Deanna on said:

      We skipped spring in CO and went straight to summer! Perfect word to describe that outfit – feminine and ladylike!

  3. recipeforabeautifullife on said:

    I also saw that fortune egg thingy on Pinterest. Such a fun idea. We used to make eggs like that when I was a kid. I just love Spring :)

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