15 Gorgeous Flower Crafts for Spring

Fill your home with the best thing about spring: flowers! Whether fresh or faux, these DIY flower ideas will bring the botanical beauty of a spring garden into your home all year. From seasonal floral wreaths and gifts (hello, May Day and Mother’s Day!) to decor and more, here are some of our favorite flower craft projects for spring.

1. Mini Bouquets

These mini bouquets make adorable gifts, and can easily be attached to a card or note.

Get the tutorial at Jessica Keala.

mini bouquet craft

2. May Day Seed Bombs

Celebrate May Day by handing out these fabric-wrapped favors to your neighbors! Their gardens will be growing pretty in no time.

Get the tutorial at Under a Tin Roof.

diy floral seed bomb

3. Free Botanical Printables

This DIY floral idea involves very little doing. Simply print Bless’er House’s beautiful botanical designs for free, frame, and voila! A flower-filled gallery wall fit for your farmhouse.

Get the tutorial at Bless’er House.

botanical printables

4. DIY Spring Wreath

The blooms on this embroidery hoop wreath look so real, no one will know they’re faux.

Get the tutorial at Delia Creates.

faux floral wreath craft

5. Flower Vase Craft

Add these vintage-inspired labels to Mason jars and milk bottles for an adorable apothecary jars effect.

Get the tutorial at Bless’er House.

diy vintage flower vases

6. Floral Napkin Rings

Flowers are a nice touch for any table setting. Since these floral napkin holders start as shower rings (yes, really!), it’s also an inexpensive idea.

Get the tutorial at Shades of Blue Interiors.

diy floral napkin ring

7. Make Your Own Vases

Floral foam and glass marbles aren’t the only ways to hold flowers aloft. Instead, a bunch of vintage milk bottles gives this arrangement—featured in Decorating with Flowers by Paula Pryke—its structure. Simply line up nine same-size vessels in three rows of three. Then wrap gardener’s twine around the grouping twice and tie the ends. Finish the blooming display by placing two to three stems in each container.

diy flower arrangement

8. Converted Colander Planter

Forget flower pots! Turn your favorite flowers into this easy DIY display.

Get the tutorial.

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9. Shipping Pallet Planter

Who says you have to plant flowers in a pot? Turn an old shipping pallet into a vertical garden with this creative DIY.

Get the tutorial.

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10. Floral Garland With Lights

How dreamy is this silk flower garland? Its tiny lights will give any bedroom a romantic glow.

Get the tutorial at The Craft Patch.

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11. Painted Daisy Mason Jars

Lovely daisies set off the mason jars’ cheerful blue in this simple spring craft.

Get the tutorial at Mason Jar Crafts Love.

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12. Paper Flower Garland

Dress up your mantel for the season with a pretty paper garland.

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.

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13. Zinnia Pine Cones

Flipped over and covered in colorful acrylic paint, pine cones resemble beautiful zinnias! Unlike the real thing though, these will last far beyond spring.

Get the tutorial from a Fanciful Twist

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14. Floral Favors

Fashioned with small, sweet flowers from the garden or even the supermarket, nosegays make perfect party favors (or boutonnieres at a country wedding). Tie them with homemade ribbons that are made with pinking shears from floral fabrics. To keep the flowers fresh, cut them the morning of your party. You might want to provide small vases or containers so guests can tote them home.

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15. Pressed Flower iPhone Case

Pressed and dried flowers make a beautiful (and inexpensive!) iPhone case.

Get the tutorial at The Etsy Blog.


Source: Country Living

Written by Duong Duong

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