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Today I’m sharing our newly created Spring mantel featuring a boxwood and forsythia display. I love how the yellow and green pair together but especially love how inexpensive this entire mantel was! Cheap! ha
This entire project cost under $10. I bought the faux boxwood and forsythia and luckily, I had a great coupon for Michael’s.
I wrapped the faux boxwood around a wire wreath and then just cut pieces of faux forsythia and placed them inside the boxwood. The wreath is sitting on top of a round mirror .
I covered some canvas wall art that had dump trucks on it with fabric that I had left over from another project. I layered old photo frames on top to give a fun look. The lights are from Homegoods that my mom bought me last summer.
Can you believe there are dump trucks under the fabric ? I am so glad I never tossed them!
Using boxwood and forsythia are two spring elements that look great together and give that wonderful feel of spring. Spring mantels don’t have to be on a fireplace. Our fireplace is in need of some serious design attention so creating a mantel or vignette on any flat surface is also a great way to decorate for the season. Happy Spring!
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