12 Floral DIYs to Get You Excited About Spring
Let's cheer for March 20th! It's the first day of spring, and it's closer than you think. But if you can't wait, usher in the season a bit earlier with the help of bold floral colors, pillowy textures, and fresh greenery DIYs and crafts. After all, flowers are a girl's best friend.
Faux Flower Coat: Wear your heart — and your bouquet — on your sleeve. (via Studio DIY)
Crepe Paper Lemon Wreath: It may not be lemonade-on-the-porch weather yet, but this juicy wreath's cheery perfection reminds us it will be soon. (via The House That Lars Built)
3D Flower Art: Take your photo memories to the next level with a shadow box full of petals. (via Bespoke Bride)
Birdie Flowers: These funky stems are one of a kind, and they strike quite the pose in a vase. (via Handmade Charlotte)
DIY Felt Flower Print: Bring your decor to life with felted texture, depth, and a little glue. (via PMQ for two)
DIY Felt Succulent Box: Got a black thumb? This project is the year-round solution to your need for succulents you can't kill. (via Brit + Co)
Make Your Day Bouquets: Sometimes flowers "just because" is the nicest thing you can give your BFF (or anyone else, for that matter). (via Paper & Stitch)
Faux Living Coffee Table: Get the trendy look without all the upkeep. You'll just need to dust every now and then. (via A Beautiful Mess)
Spring Daffodil Wreath: Yellow is such a cheery color, so add it to your entryway with this joyful wreath. (via Design Improvised)
Wrapping Paper for Bouquets: After creating your arrangements, pick a paper that will actually complement them upon delivery. (via Club Crafted)
DIY Floral Hair Comb: Once the hat comes off, you need something to complete your #lewk. A hair clip is how you do just that. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Floral Temporary Tattoo Mugs: These flowers won't fade. Tea party, anyone? (via Sarah Hearts)
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Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.