Well, Spring is just within days. I can already feel it coming on. With the spurts of rain and the temperature slowly rising, I created an Easy and Thrifty Spring Centerpiece with Fresh Flowers.
It is super easy, takes very little time and I love the shabby style.
We are so happy that you are joining us today!
This week we featured great gift ideas to help you spread the love to family and friends this upcoming Valentine’s Day!
Whether you use them as part of your table or as a gift, these Seven Peat Pot Crafts add personality to your seasons.
I have collected some of my very own 15 Creative Spring Crafts to share with you. There are so many more to choose from, right here on my own blog. I have compiled my own favorites right here, just for you.
It’s super simple and fun for a Spring party, tablescape or place card idea.
I found a sparse wreath at an “after Christmas” sale a few years ago. I have been using it on our front door every Christmas ever since. I liked it because it had various pine needles, pine cones and berries. (I just love the touch of berries).
It’s simple and easy. PLUS, you can use what you already have. No reason in spending money when you don’t have to, right?
With a few craft supplies, I am able to hide my wrapping supplies in “plain sight”.
I am always looking for my paper scissors and the tape. My ribbon is always tucked away in a grocery bag. So with just a little creativity, I now have my DIY Christmas Gift Wrapping Supplies Organization. AND, it’s pretty, too.
Sometimes you have someone that is SO hard to find a gift for. I have a couple of people like that in my own family. So if I can DIY a gift, all the better for both of us, right?
I also wanted to remind you…
I thought you might enjoy making one of your own, too. I have a full tutorial below. BUT, first…
I was lucky enough to do the wedding flowers for a good friend of mine. Her reception was a rustic style with barnwood, fresh flowers, burlap and mason jars. It was lovely. You can see a few of the pictures here.
With just a few simple components from your local craft store, you can create a lovely moss wreath.
I thought it would be fun to try and make my own.
I think you will want to make one for yourself.