Hello, dear friends!
I love changing my front door decor according to the seasons. A welcoming bouquet of fresh or silk flowers on the door is a wonderful way to greet guests:
Sprucing up my front patio and making seasonal changes is so much fun:
Evergreens in urns flank the front door on either side:
Last week, I shared with you my burlap bag planter filled with green ferns that pairs beautifully with the potted geraniums in the metal plant stand:
A quiet place to sit and enjoy the beautiful days of summer:
I love the view of the dapple willow tree in my yard from this angle:
A view of the front door overlooking the white fence:
I painted the front door blue, and I love how well it complements the stone facade of the house:
The front patio at dusk:
I love sitting out here in the evenings with a glass of wine and watch the sunset:
The front door monogrammed hanging basket:
The moss covered letter in the basket center is a simple project. A wooden letter, some green moss, and a hot glue gun is all that is needed for this project:
Put some hot glue on the wooden letter surface and start attaching the moss to it. Work in small sections to prevent the glue from drying out.
I glued the moss covered letter to a scrap of burlap and attached it to the center of the basket:
Filled the basket with silk forsythia and yellow daisies for a splash of summer:
I trimmed the moss a little with scissors to smooth out the edges:
Attached a wire edged burlap bow to complete the look:
I really love how the monogrammed basket looks on my front door: perfect for summer:
My front patio as dusk gently descends in the valley:
A peek into my next post: My foyer as you enter from the front door:
Thanks for stopping by today! I enjoyed welcoming you to my front patio! I always look forward to your lovely comments and enjoy reading each and every one of them.
I would like to thank Kathy @ A Delightsome Life and Kathryn @ The Dedicated House for featuring my Frenchy Galvanized Bucket and Burlap Planter HERE and HERE
Stop by and say hello to both these lovely ladies for home decor inspiration, delicious new recipes or tour beautiful gardens if you get a chance. You can even join their fun weekly parties to share your own wonderful summer projects and recipes.
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