All posts tagged: spring

Show How Much You Love Your Mother – Give Flowers!

With Mother’s Day around the corner, unless you are super organized, you are probably frantically searching the web for something that will show her how much you care for and love her. I  chose 23 flower bouquets  that are guaranteed to put a smile on her face.   Wild About U   Vibrance   Rejoice   Porcupine   Sweetheart   Bordeaux   No. 1 Mom   Pegasus   Mother’s Day Designer’s Choice   Mom is Colorful!   Mom is Bohemian!   Mom is Graceful!   Mom is Loving!   Mom is Cute!   Mom is Hip!   Mom is Whimsical!   Mom is Chic!   Mom is Sweet!   Mom’s Favorite Roses!   Mom is Chic!   Mother’s Day Designer’s Choice   Romantique   20% Off + Free Delivery on Mother’s Day Flowers at The Bouqs! Use Code: MDAY20 – Valid 4/1-5/9 15% Off + Free Delivery on Mother’s Day Flowers at The Bouqs! Use Code: MDAY15 – Valid 4/1-5/9

DIY – Spring Flower Arrangements

In spring,  nature is brought back to life, all the flowers and the colors are revitalized and there’s magic in the air! You can plan marvelous flower arrangements  using only four  types of flowers ( Hypericum, Tulips, Lily, Waxflower ). Just set your imagination free and design your own spring Floral arrangement.           Photo : Monica Melsness Flowers: www.randalls.com  Vase : Honeycomb Vase at http://www.westelm.com  “Thank you very much to Randall’s supermarket for donating the flowers.”  

Spring Natural Cleaning

These cleaning solutions are safer for kids, pets, and the environment, and they’ll leave your home sparkling and beautiful. Save yourself the time and expense of trying every “streak-free” window cleaner on the market. Instead, mix one part vinegar to two parts water in a spray bottle. Wipe off using black-and-white newspaper or a lint-free towel.      Treat tough stains with a baking soda–and–water paste. Keep your surfaces streak-free by polishing with olive oil. Baking soda is a great way to clean and deodorize carpets. Sprinkle some down before vacuuming. You can also try cornstarch, which soaks up oils on the carpet. Cleaning grout  isn’t a cakewalk, but using baking soda is a trusted way to keep grout stain-free. Make a paste of baking soda and water, and spread it on the area. Spray vinegar on the paste to create a foaming action, then scrub and rinse. Banish hard water  stains from the bathtub by placing a vinegar-soaked paper towel over the area. Let it stand for up to two hours, then scrub with a baking soda paste and …