By Sarah Yang/RealSimple
April 4, 2018

We’re big fans of Chip and Joanna’s Hearth & Hand with Magnolia line at Target, so we’re always on high alert when new items drop. The Fixer Upper stars just added 150 new products to the line and you’ll find just about anything you need for spring, from decor updates to gardening essentials to gifts for mom. Take a look at some of our favorites below.


Floral Gardening Gloves

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Protect your hands when you’re out in the garden with these cheerful gloves. They’ll be easy to find because of their colorful style.

To buy: $8; target.com.


Square Milk Glass Vase

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This pretty and bright vase can hold the freshest blooms of the season—it’s the perfect complement to any tablescape. Choose from small, medium, and large sizes.

To buy: $6; target.com.


Metal Watering Can

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This simple watering can will help you keep your yard alive—it holds 1.32 gallons. The two black stripe details add a little bit of Chip and Joanna’s signature flair.

To buy: $15; target.com.


Wire Bloom Basket

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Store everything from towels and throw blankets to shoes and scarves in this versatile wire basket. It can be covered or uncovered, depending on how you use it.

To buy: $25; target.com.


Breakfast in Bed Set

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This is the perfect find for a Mother’s Day breakfast in bed. The set comes with a wooden tray, a banner that says “Love You,” a placemat, and a menu card. Mom will be impressed and you can use the tray for other breakfasts in the future.

To buy: $25; target.com.


Stoneware Pancake Batter Bowl

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The next time you have everyone over for pancake breakfast, whip out this mixing bowl to serve a big batch. Of course, you can use it for cake batter and cookie dough, too.

To buy: $18; target.com.


Galvanized Metal Garden Caddy

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Spring means you’ll probably be spending some quality time in your garden. Corral your tools with this metal caddy—it has different compartments to keep everything organized.

To buy: $35; target.com.

This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com.

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