Brighten up your space with a little colour or make something entirely new! Head to your local floral shop or simply use any fake flowers you have around the house. Here are 10 floral and botanical DIYs to try this spring.
1 – Embroidery Floral Hoop Art
It’s amazing how many different projects can be made with an embroidery hoop, but this one by Olga Prinku is especially suited for the springtime. Using tulle and dried flowers, create a dainty embroidery that can be displayed in any room in the home.
2 – Floral Hair Comb
Add a splash of pizzaz to your next formal event hairstyle with this easy floral hair comb.
3 – No Sew Felt Flowers
Want flowers that never wilt or die? Make them out of felt! There are a ton of variations that you can make using this easy DIY by Mommy Moment.
4 – Pressed Flower Frame
This incredibly simple pressed flower DIY creates some much needed spring decor for your home, in a perfectly vintage and cute style. Learn how over at Pop Shop America.
5 – Floral Curtain
Add a touch of fun into your home with this whimsical, sheer floral curtain by Design Love Fest. Choose flower colours that match your home and voila – you’re officially in the springtime mode!
6 – Floating Flower Words
Looking for create photoshoot ideas? This floating flower text DIY by Paper & Stitch will make all of your springtime and summertime wishes come true.
7 – Floral Bunny Ears
Easter is right around the corner! Bookmark this Floral Bunny Ear tutorial by Lavin Label as an Easter day craft.
8 – Resin Flower Jewelry
Resin is easier to work with than you might think. Start your journey into the world of resin with this jewelry DIY by Sustain My Craft Habit that uses real flowers from the garden.
9 – Botanical Soap
If you’re lucky enough to live in a warm climate and already have a garden going, this botanical soap DIY uses what you have in your background to bring a little nature to your bath or shower.
10 – Giant Flower Pinwheel
This one is great for kids (and big kids at heart) who want to decorate the yard or simply make fun props for a photoshoot. The main materials needed include paper, a dowel and a drill.
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