I just love this fresh and fun spring centerpiece made by Jaime from That’s My Letter. She gathered up some wood scraps to create the rustic wheelbarrow and then filled it with homegrown wheat grass and marshmallow Peeps, which are just too stinkin’ cute! Jaime suggests also using the wheelbarrow to display plastic eggs, bread, […Read More]
Katie at Creatively Living decided to break out of the winter blues by trading out her winter wreath for one with pretty spring blossoms. Katie simply decorated a grapevine wreath with moss, blooming branches, and a little nest and eggs to replicate the look of a pricey wreath from Pottery Barn. Many of her materials […Read More]
Jen from Tatertots and Jello featured this spring butterfly wreath made by her dear little sis, Ashley. To make the wreath, Ashley simply covered a grapevine wreath with moss and then attached the butterflies with wire. She tied a large ribbon at the top and then hung it on her door to spread spring cheer. […Read More]
When you think of spring, likely fresh flowers quickly come to mind. I love filling my home with the colorful blooms, but it can be quite the expense if you don’t have your own cutting garden. Katie of The Casual Craftlete offers a fun alternative to fresh flowers that will keep its vibrant color for […Read More]
Gail from Purple Hues and Me came across a really cute outdoor pillow loaded with colorful flowers. At $49, it may have been out of Gail’s budget but that didn’t mean she couldn’t recreate it and get a similar look for less. Gail says, “I wanted to make a no-sew whimsical flower pillow anyone could do just by using fabric, ribbon, and glue. The end result is truly stunning, and the flowers are quite easy to make after some practice.”
Tamara from Provident Home Design has decorated her daughter’s room with all things whimsical and girly. In fact, Tamara says she feels like she is “lying in a lovely, little flower garden” whenever she snuggles with her daughter at night. The newest addition to this girly oasis is a butterfly canvas that Tamara made for less than $5 in about two hours. While this is darling for a little girl’s room, it’s also a great way to add a touch of spring to your home décor.
What’s better than a project that’s pretty? A project that’s both pretty and practical! Morena of Morena’s Corner team created these easel place cards for Easter, but their functionality doesn’t stop there. As Morena points out, they could also be used as food labels or even photo frames. She says, “I think this would make great reception pieces that could double as favors, don’t you?”