Hanging Flower Bottles

Iris Nacole has been more than happy to welcome spring to her home state of Texas. She was inspired by all the beautiful blooms popping up to create a way to display flowers either inside or out! Iris found some little hanging bottles with corks at Hobby Lobby that were perfect. She simply removed the […Read More]

Paper Flower Branches

Oh how I love flowers, especially in the spring! Unfortunately, keeping fresh flowers in the house can get pricey. That’s why I love this project from Sarah Hearts for making faux floral branches using sticks from your yard and tissue paper. You only need scissors and a hot glue gun too, which makes for one […Read More]

Mini Wheelbarrow Centerpiece

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]

Dollar Store Floral Spring Wreath

Ananda from A Piece of Rainbow walks you through the steps to make this floral wreath that’s bursting with colors! She says, “See this $344.00 peony flower wreath? Isn’t it perfect for spring, Mother’s Day, or just any happy occasion? For those of you who love to craft and make a creative mess, you could […Read More]

Spring Flower Wreath

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]

Simple Moss Monogram for $6

Once March hits, I get excited about the promise of spring and have even started adding a few touches to my décor. Kristin from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia shares how she ushered in spring with a moss monogram for her front door. Kristin says this project only took her about 20 minutes and was […Read More]

Decoupage Bunny from a Soda Bottle

Gail from Purple Hues and Me discovered the cutest decoupage bunnies from Grandin Road and knew they would be the inspiration for her next craft project! The only problem Gail faced was finding a large enough paper mache bunny to decoupage. When her search came up dry, Gail made her own using household items, including […Read More]

Burlap and Drop Cloth Bunny Table Runner

Over at Silhouette School, Melissa shares how to make a burlap bunny table runner inspired by Pier 1. She says it is so simple her six-year-old helped make almost the whole thing! Melissa completed the project by ironing interfacing onto the back of a piece of drop cloth and then cutting out the bunny with […Read More]

Simple Moss Letters for Spring

While there’s certainly still a chill in the air,  it’s not too early to start thinking about eggs, moss, and all things spring!  Jennifer from Dear Lillie shares how to make moss letters like those sold by Pottery Barn. All you have to do is pick out letters from the craft store and then use […Read More]