I rounded up some of my favorite Spring decor DIY projects. They are all simple and inexpensive. Also, great gift ideas for teachers and mother’s day.
Flower Shadow Box
This pretty shadow box makes a beautiful gift idea. You can arrange any combination of flowers and greenery to create a beautiful bouquet for display. The new trend in dried flowers would also be a beautiful option. You can get all the details in this post How To Create A Flower Shadow Box
Faux Fern Pot Arrangement
I have always loved to incorporate ferns into my decor in the springtime. I love their texture and how pretty they look with any decor trend. This one was super easy to make and the moss gives it a unique look with additional texture. I also made the pot and you won’t believe how easy it was. Here are all the details to create this pretty arrangement How To Make A Pretty Moss Fern Arrangement
This was such a fun project. I love succulents for summer time arrangements and this cute look is so unique. You can use real or faux succulents and the possibilities are endless in how you create it.. I have all the instructions in this post How To Create An Easy Summer Centerpiece With Succulents
Faux Artisan Pottery
The artisan pottery trend is still going strong for Spring. There are so many different techniques and possibilities. I actually created this from a cheap glass vase and I love how it turned out. You won’t believe just how easy it was to create. You can learn how to make one yourself in this post How To Turn An Old Pot Into Artisan Pottery Look
French Vintage Inspired Pots
I really enjoyed turning plain terra-cotta pots into these pretty French vintage inspired pots. You only need a few supplies and they don’t take much time. I also think they are great for gift giving. You could make a few and give them with a little planted herb or flower inside . I have the details and instructions here so check out for yourself how simple they are to make.
So which one is your favorite? They are all so simple you can try each one! I love that they are inexpensive too, so you can make one for yourself and give some as gifts.
I also have some fun outdoor ideas coming soon as well. I’m so ready for outdoor living and working in the yard I can’t wait. Be sure to subscribe to my newsletter so you won’t miss out on anything new around here.