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It’;s SPRING and I’;ve got a Spring Time Free Printable from Printable Contributor Marlynn from Urban Bliss!

Spring means it’;s all about bringing some color into your lives, right? ?This free printable makes it easy to add quick decoration and you can combine it with the colorful DIY Doily Paper Flowers from yesterday.

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Marlynn sent along a photo of how she’;s added it to her decor. Sure makes it easy to add a little vignette with a seasonal message. ? She also has a coordinating Spring Banner.??You can grab the download from her site!

I printed out the Spring in My Step printable featured in the photo above, thinking I’;d make a smaller version of this easel idea for table place-setters for Spring Time dinners or Easter. Well…;…;..you know how we like glitterbed pillow covers, right? ?Well…;…;I guess you really CAN have too much glitter. I should have created a barrier when applying, but what’;s done is done.

Shortly after seeing Marlynn at a luncheon in downtown Portland, I stopped by a friends house to pick up a box of white tiles she no longer wanted. Can you imagine not wanting white tiles? ?Sheeesh.

I came home in all my excitement, grabbed a tile, grabbed some mod podge, printed off one of the spring printables in a smaller scale and got to work.

Then I thought they’;d also make adorable tags.

So I printed it off even smaller…;…;and made a cute tag for a cute bag.

Wouldn’;t these be a cute gift? ?Add a cookie, a gift card or anything inside.

Print off your own and see where your imagination takes you.

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