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7 Crafts You Can DIY to Welcome Spring Into Your Home

4/10/2017 8:49 PM Comments Posted By Floralyn Teodoro
Say goodbye to the gloomy winter weather. Welcome spring by adding life and bursts of color into your home with these easy-to-do DIY home décor crafts.

Attract positive vibes into your home this spring season by crafting your own spring home décor. There’s no need to break the bank to make your home extra beautiful for the new season. With that, here are seven crafts you can DIY to welcome spring into your home:

#1 Garden Hose Spring Wreath

If you want a unique twist to the usual spring wreaths today, be inspired by Create Craft Love’s DIY version of a spring wreath.

You can even find the materials you need already available in your home. Search your home for a garden hose, gardening gloves, artificial flowers, ribbons, and plastic or silk toy butterflies.

Who would have thought that a garden hose can work as cute and clever spring wreath, right? You better start making yours too.

Tutorial by Jill Fritz of Create Craft Love

#2 Dip Dye Succulent Pots

Spring is known for colorful plants and flowers. However, you can make your plants look more spring-ready by giving their pots a classy makeover.

With I Spy DIY’s dip dye succulent pots project, you can transform your old, boring ceramic pots into new, vibrant looking ones. You just need tie dyes, water, a bowl (for paint dipping), and creativity.

These dip-dye ombre ceramic pots can also make as great gifts.

Tutorial by Jenni of I Spy DIY

#3 Pastel Dipped Milk Bottle Vases

Got a lot of empty milk bottles at home?

Before you send them to the recycling center, try repurposing them into cute, pastel-dipped flower vases for your home.

This pretty and festive milk bottle project from Say Yes isn’t only fit for the spring and summer season; it’s also perfect for events like weddings, bridal parties, baby showers, birthdays, and other more.

Tutorial by Liz Stanley of Say Yes

#4 Painted Decoupage Planter

When decorating your home for spring, don’t miss out decorating your curb as well. Why? First impressions matter. If your curb appeal makes a great first impression, guests, etc. will assume that your home also looks great on the inside as well.

Petticoat Junktion’s DIY planter can’t only add curb appeal to your home; it also displays your home address creatively.

Get inspired by this easy-to-do project and try making yours too.

Tutorial by Kathy Owen of Petticoat Junktion

#5 Easter Egg Place Card Holders

Home decors don’t always have to be mere decorations. Some can also be functional as well as beautiful.

Sugar & Cloth’s non-traditional décor isn’t only perfect for spring and Easter. These place card holders can’t solely be used for Easter dinners; they fit other events too.

For this project, you’ll need oven bake clays, blade, your chosen place cards, a baking sheet, and an oven.

Tutorial by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

#6 Plastic Spoon Spring Vase

With creativity, you can turn an unused can into a unique vase perfect for your perennial blooms this spring.

After making your version of All You’s pretty vase, be amazed at how a plain can can turn into a classy and elegant décor.

To make your DIY pretty spring vase, you’ll need an unused large can, plastic spoons, blue and white acrylic paint, paint primer, paint brush, glue sticks and hot glue gun, etc.

Tutorial by All You

#7 Wood and Leather Hat Rack

Spring is the best season to enjoy the outdoors making it also a season for wearing hats.

For a home décor that is also functional, try making your leather hat rack inspired by A Pair & A Spare’s DIY. It’s totally easy to do, chic, classy, and usable.

This minimalist craft only needs four to five dowels and a leather cord to make. Though simple, it exudes both form and function.

Tutorial by Geneva Venderzeil of A Pair & A Spare

Wake up from your winter hibernation and get productive. Welcome spring by doing some home décor crafts to make your home spring-ready! Happy crafting!

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