Spring has sprung! Or mostly anyway, as where I am there aren’t leaves on the trees yet, but I can spot cherry blossom and daffodils from my window. I realise that a lot of people are homebound and the news can seem quite scary right now. However this spring can still be a great time for shaking things up in our routines, refreshing our interiors and heading outdoors for some fresh air. So here are some ideas to do just that!
I’ve listed some ideas of how to refresh your home from spring. Take these as inspiration for repurposing things you already own or for doing some guilt-free online window shopping! Some of the prints can be downloaded and printed at home too.
1 – Wooden toy eggs
2 – 3D wall butterflies
3 – Paris print
4 – London wisteria print
5 – Mount Fuji watercolour print
6 – Bath shelf
7 – Blush long pillow
8 – Hmong pillow
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1 – Garden bird poster
2 – Speckled wooden eggs
3 – Whiteboard calendar
4 – Tulip print
5 – Landscape painting
6 – Bloom where you are planted print
7 – Vintage lantern
8 – 3D wall butterflies
These items are all from Etsy, land of everything handmade, vintage or unique. I have very recently created my own Etsy store, that you can find here. Please favourite it to be notified when I add new items!
Check out my shop on Etsy, featuring a self-care workbook, uplifting T-shirts, mugs & prints, and more!
Spring bucket list
I’m very much guilty of taking opportunities to introvert and spend as long as possible on my computer. However those aren’t the moments I want to remember in a year’s time! I also would like to make Baby J’s childhood a bit more exciting than just doing the same things over and over again indoors. Anyhoo, I’ve put together a bucket list of things I could* do this spring!
* I got the idea of a “could do” list from a Simple Things magazine I bought recently. I really appreciate the idea of the tasks being optional. That way it doesn’t feel like another endless to-do list.
To download your own bucket list printable to fill in, click here!
Grab your printable spring bucket list here, to make your spring as joyful and memorable as can be!
Feel free to share what’s on your spring bucket list by commenting below or tagging me on social media (@jlgoodenough on Instagram & Twitter). 💐💖😊
😊 Find joy in the everyday;
✨ Reach our goals;
🌱 Make the world a better place!