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To celebrate the start of the month of April, I thought it would be fun to find some spring inspired images to correspond to each letter in the month.  Happy April!

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A:  Adirondack chairs painted in pastel colors blend into any yard setting.  Grouping the chairs towards each other creates a natural space for guests to chat and sip cocktails.

1 A: Adirondack chairs painted in pastel colors blend into any yard setting. Grouping the chairs towards each other creates a natural space for guests to chat and sip cocktails.

P:  Pottery from Ben & Guy Wolff. (benwolffpottery.com and guywolff.com) Each piece is beautifully handmade.  We here at MSLO love their pots.

2 P: Pottery from Ben & Guy Wolff. (benwolffpottery.com and guywolff.com) Each piece is beautifully handmade. We here at MSLO love their pots.

R:  Ranunculus comes in a wide range of colors, perfect for a spring arrangement.

3 R: Ranunculus comes in a wide range of colors, perfect for a spring arrangement.

I:  Insect art by Pheromone artist Christopher Marley (formandpheromone.com) I love his colorful compositions.

4 I: Insect art by Pheromone artist Christopher Marley (formandpheromone.com) I love his colorful compositions.

L:  Linen is the perfect lightweight fabric for warm spring days.

5 L: Linen is the perfect lightweight fabric for warm spring days.

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Comments (2)

  • Very inspiring post. Love the images. Wish you a beautiful and inspiring April month. Looking forward to amazing posts.

  • Hopefully from your visual I'll be able to recognize ranunculus and be able to spell it the next time I see any. I think this would be cute on a calendar for anyone. April could show all of these pictures and we could say the words adirondack, pottery, ranunculus, insects, and linen and ask others if they know what month we're talking about. Btw, where's your 'share' button? And have fun being the Easter Bunny at Martha's house.

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