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  Front Door Flowers!

Spring on the door.

Live flowers - pansies - front door decor

This was before…

Feathers, greenery and antlers as front door decor

this was before, before.

Winter door decor idea with flowers and a metal container

Can I say that I love that

metal container

on the door 🙂

Pansies in a metal container for door decor

Door decor with pansies

Beautiful pansies in a metal container

I lined it with plastic.

Welcome spring with beautiful pansies

I know it won’t last forever, but what does?

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    52 thoughts on “Front Door Flowers”

    1. It’s gorgeous! I wish I didn’t have our glass storm door along with our main door. I’d love to have something like this on ours!

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    2. Sometimes, only real flowers will do! This looks wonderfully fresh. Nursery time is on my list for tomorrow and I hope the weather holds. 🙂 March and 70º ? Amazing!
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    3. BEE-YOU-TEE-FULLL, Debbie !! Love the colors, and your metal container is the perfect backdrop !! Yes, all who see this will definitely be in the Spring mood now, for sure !!!

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    4. I bet the deer would eat those flowers right off my front door if I tried that! So pretty and pansies are an all time fav. You always have the best dressed front door!

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    5. Debbie I know I already commented on your beautiful flowers but wanted to say thanx for linking up to my porch Party! Hope you are enjoying those grand boys!

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    6. I love this! It’s beautiful. I buy fresh flowers for the house every couple of weeks. Of course they don’t last either, so why not use bedding plants on the door. I am going to try this for spring and summer..
      Thanks so much for the inspiration.

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    7. That’s a beautiful & versatile piece! It looks great with those gorgeous pansies!

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    8. You got me yearning for Spring. It is a warm day today and that adds to it!
      I love the pansies on the door, what a great idea to brighten things up.

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    9. Debbie this basket of pansies is perfect!!! What an absolutely sweet and welcoming front door!!! It may have been easy….but sometimes they are the best.

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      • P.S. I don’t know if you are a gardener….but if not…your pansies will look good longer if you pinch off the spent blossoms….it’s a daily 2 minute task. And it will prove why gardeners have green thumbs. (Or fingers – teehee!)

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    10. Ack! I LOVE it! So springy and sweet! I have a question for you, how do you keep the metal basket from banging against the door when people go in and out? I’ve tried hanging things like this on the door before but it always makes such a racket and bangs my door up when it is opened and shut…probably cause I have a million teens running through it slamming it. Any suggestions of something to hold the bottom part to the door?

      Heather

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    11. So bright and cheerful Debbie!! I am trying to decided what flowers I want to plant in the yard.. I need to hurry before they are all gone like last year. Have a fab day lady!:)

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    12. I think my front door is due for a makeover this spring. Don’t know if I will do fresh flowers (mine would make it much less than their life expectancy due to lack of green thumb) but I can find a good compromise.

      Last week I pinned the edible nests and not 10 seconds later they were heading out to others in all directions.

      ~Bliss~

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    13. So spring I love it! I have a storm door that I am not a fan of but it really helps keep the cold air out since our original door is still our front door. Hopefully I can put together a cute spring wreath for the door.

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