With fun spring centerpieces you must add fun spring décor! In addition to Wazzupolitan’s last post on sweet spring centerpieces, these ideas will help bring the spring in… even if the spring weather hasn’t arrived yet. These decorations can apply to spring parties, get-togethers, or everyday enjoyment!
Bring the spring inside with some Easter Lilies. These beautiful, fragrant flowers are the symbol of the Easter season, and they always fill your home with the joy of spring. Tulips also bring in the spring air. These bring bright colors and happiness to your home.
Get rid of the dull winter colors and fill your home with light colors like baby yellow, orange, pink, and green. Spring pastels symbolize playfulness, light, creativity, warmth, peacefulness, harmony, and much more. They fill your mind with the hope for the summer and long days in the sun.
What better excuse to buy new things for the kitchen? Go out and get a new tablecloth to freshen up your dining area. Maybe some spring colored napkins to go with!
Currently, at every store around, spring fever has taken over! It is not hard to find cheap plates and cups full of spring. In the Pullman area, Walmart has cheap spring dining sets at a few dollars a piece. Plastic is what it’s all about in the springtime!
Spring décor is everywhere! Help bring in the sunshine by spreading your spring colors and flowers. Before we know it, spring will pass on to summer, and sunshine will fill the air! Until then, enjoy your pastels, lilies and tulips!
April means watermelon and springtime! Enjoy the month with a Watermelon Martini.
--1 cup watermelon juice
--1/2 cup (4 oz) Vodka
--1/4 cup simple syrup (sugar)
-- juice of 1 lime
--3 tablespoons salt (optional)
--3 tablespoons sugar (optional)
--Watermelon slices, for garnish (optional)
Pour watermelon juice, vodka, simple syrup and lime juice in a cocktail shaker. Shake well. Strain into martini glass.
Mix together salt and sugar, wet rim of glass and dip the top of the glass into the mixture.
Garnish with watermelon slices. Enjoy!
This recipe was found at www.about.com. Check out our drink of the week recipes as well.