It’s another season so it is time for DIY Lifestyle to welcome that season with some DIY Spring decor!
Decorating for a new season is a great way to start off. It’s fun, exciting, and it is a great activity to do either by yourself or with friends. So, without further ado it’s time to start your cars and head off to Michaels because it’s crafting time!
DIY Hanging Flower Chandelier
DIY Spring Floral Sign
DIY Bonjour Stenciled Doormat
DIY Holographic Vase
Get the tutorial at The Craft Patch
Spring Boot Door Decoration
- Install a metal grommet on the back of each rain boot. Loop a piece of burlap ribbon through grommets. Place a 3-inch-wide cylindrical vase in both boot heels; stabilize with tissue paper if needed. Fill vase with water and seasonal blooms. (We used a mix of hydrangeas and daisies.) Tie ends of ribbon together and hang on a nail.
Tools you’ll need: Grommet kit ($13, amazon.com)
Mason Jar Soap Dispenser
Step 1: First, measure and mark the center of the jar’s lid.
Step 2: Using a 1/2″ high-speed steel drill bit (about $10; local hardware store), drill a hole to fit the width of a soap dispenser pump. We used pumps from old lotion bottles.
Step 3: Fill the jar with liquid soap, screw the lid back on, and insert the pump. You may need to trim the bottom of the pump to fit your jar.
Dinnerware Bird Feeder
- Take a beloved hardcover off the shelf and put it on your shoulder by transforming it into a smart-looking purse. All you’ll need, in addition to the book itself, is half a yard of fabric, a purse handle kit, some ribbon, a button—and a free afternoon.
Tools you’ll need: Bamboo Handle Purse Making Kit ($10, amazon.com)
- 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.
- Use a foam brush to apply adhesive to the outside of a mason jar in small, irregular patches. When the sticky substance turns clear—in about 30 minutes—press on sheets of gold leaf. Then, rub away excess flecks with a paper towel for a lovely weathered patina.
Tools you’ll need: Gold leaf sheets ($9 for 25-pack, amazon.com)
I found these DIY Spring home decor ideas on country living