How To Make Faux Spring Cherry Blossom Branches


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Who’s ready for spring? Y’all after this crazy winter, I’m so ready and can’t wait! Soon we will start to see buds popping on the trees and early daffodils peaking through the soil. I love bringing beautiful Spring flowers into my home as the season starts. They just liven up the home and make everything feel so cheerful after the long, drab Winter. In this post I’m sharing a simple blossom branch you can make for your own home.




One flowering tree that I absolutely love are cherry blossoms. Since we don’t have cherry trees in our area, I use faux stems. However, faux stems and branches can be really expensive. So, I decided to make my own using this simple DIY project.

Supplies needed:

*Cut branches from your yard {select the size and shape you desire}

*Vase or container to hold the branches

*Tissue paper in light pink & white-2-3 sheets for each color


*Pencil with an eraser

*Glue Gun



Step 1

Place your branches in the container and trim as needed.




Step 2

Cut your tissue paper into 1″- 2″ strips depending on how large you want your blossoms. Layer all the sheets and cut all at once.




Step 3


Then, cut the strips up into squares. They don’t have to be perfect or all the same size. Just roughly cut them into squares, they will look better as flowers if they are more uneven than uniform.




Step 4

Layer your squares starting with the pink then alternate with a white, another pink and end with the white.




Step 5

To make the blossom, take the eraser end of a pencil & place it in the center of your layered squares. Then wrap the tissue around the pencil and pinch at the bottom to hold.




Step 6


To attach your flower blossoms, place a dab of hot glue on the pinched end and place on the stem and hold until it adheres. Continue to add your flowers making sure you place them at various angles around your branches. Look for places where you might see some buds. My branches actually had some tiny buds on them already.




I hope you enjoyed this super easy and free craft to add some spring beauty in your own home. For another pretty spring look you can try this arrangement How To Create A Beautiful Fresh Spring Garden Arrangement

As always, let me know if you have any questions and feel free to pin for future use. I love hearing from my readers so come say hi and share with a friend. Don’t forget to subcribe to my weekly newsletter for the latest updates.

Happy Crafting!






March 11, 2021

  1. Harmony says:

    Love this idea! I promptly texted my best friend and said “let’s make these!”

    • says:

      Hi Harmony,

      Yay I love this how fun. Thanks for your feedback and for following. Can’t wait to hear how they turn out.
      Now let’s hope Spring hurries up!!


  2. sarah says:

    Love this idea? Where did you get the corbels on your mantel?? I have been looking for some just like those.

    • says:

      Hi Sarah,

      I found the corbels at the First Monday Trade Days in Canton Texas. Its a vintage place that sells a variety of wood items. Unfortunately they don’t have a website. I’m searching for a source for some similar because I have several people interested in them.
      Thanks so much for following along. xoxo

  3. Rebecca says:

    Hi! I’ve been staring at your mantel and corbels for about a year now. 😂 Do you know what type of wood that is used and where you bought it? Thank you!

    • says:

      Hi Rebecca,

      We bought the boards at Home Depot. They are a knotty pine wood boards. I found the corbels at a vintage flea market in Canton Texas. Hope that helps and thanks so much for following along, I appreciate it so much.


  4. Rachel says:

    What is the size of your mantel. How deep is it?

    Thank you

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    • says:

      That’s so kind of you to share my blog post as your inspiration, thank you. Your mantel looks great!

      Deborah xoxo

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    • says:


      Thanks so much for sharing my blog post as your inspiration, such a nice surprise and means a lot to me.

      xoxo Deborah

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    • says:

      Thanks so much for including me as your inspiration for this months challenge, made my day!

      xoxo Deborah

  8. […] inspiration photo comes from Deborah over at Hip and Humble Style.  She has a DIY for her Cherry Blossom stems you might want to check out, but for now, […]

    • says:

      Hi Cindy,

      I’m so honored to be included in this fun challenge post as the inspiration! This made my day so thank you!

      xoxo Deborah

    • says:

      Hi CIndy,

      Thanks so much for including me as your inspiration for this months challenge. Means a lot to me.

      xoxo Deborah

  9. […] Pinterest Challenge inspiration photo for this month is from Deborah of  Hip and Humble Style. Be sure to click over to Deborah’s posts to see her tutorial on making a cherry blossom […]

    • says:

      This is such a sweet surprise. Thanks so much for sharing my post I’m so glad it inspired you! Your mantel looks fantastic!

    • says:

      Thats so kind of you to share my post as your inspiration, thanks so much it means a lot to me.

      xoxo Deborah

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  11. […] inspiration for February’s Pinterest Challenge is this spring mantel with DIY Cherry Blossoms from Deborah of Hip and Humble […]

    • says:

      Aww thanks for the kind share, I really appreciate that and so glad you were inspired.

    • says:

      Aww this made my day! So glad you were inspired and thanks for selecting my post for your blog hop, I’m honored!
      xoxo Deborah

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  13. […] has a wonderful tutorial on how to make faux spring cherry blossom branches as part of her mantel […]

    • says:

      Thanks so much for sharing my blog post as your inspiration, made my day!
      xoxo Deborah

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  15. Kathy Earp says:

    I love the cherry blossom branches. I’d like to try it sometime.

    • says:

      Hi Kathy,

      Yay I hope you will they are so pretty and easy to make!

      Thanks for following along and happy SPring!

  16. What a pretty mantel you’ve created here, Deborah!! Thank you for letting us use your mantel-scape in our spring Pinterest Challenge this month. We appreciate it and hope you enjoy seeing our mantel interpretations.

    Happy spring to you,
    Barb 🙂

    • says:

      Hi Barbara,

      I’m so honored you were inspired and it was used for your Pinterest spring challenge, such a fun surprise!

      Thanks again!

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  18. Carey Stricklin says:

    Your mantel and decorations are beautiful! I read your response to another viewer that you bought the knotty pine boards for your mantel at Home Depot and the corbels at a vintage flea market. My question is, did you have to refinish them both to match each other or did you just leave them as is if they’re both made of pine?

    • says:

      Hi there,

      I actually stained the mantel boards with Dark walnut stain and then also used it on the corbels so they would match and flow a little better if that makes sense.
      Thanks for commenting I’m glad you are here .

      ~Deborah xoxo

  19. Toni says:

    Love your stone on the fireplace
    could you tell me where you purchased them ?

    Love you decor


    • says:


      The stone came with the house from the previous owners. It’s called Austin stone and that’s about all I know.

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