Spring is here! Time for new beginnings, spring cleaning, and bright, mood-boosting colours.
Use that burst of energy to freshen up your space with a new craft, bring a little bit of spring indoors, or tackle an organization project with gusto. Whatever your crafting cup of tea, these 20 bold DIYs are calling your name.
Rope Rainbow Wall Hanging
Great news: those adorable rainbow wall hangings you’ve been seeing everywhere can be made at home. Make for a kiddo’s room, reading nook, playroom, or a nursery for a satisfying project that’ll keep the smiles coming.
Spring Floral Wreath
Modern hoop wreaths that you may have used in winter or fall are a great decor item to adapt for spring. Be inspired by this wall hanging made with soft, chunky yarn and fresh flowers.
Faux Living Art
Bring a little bit of life indoors by making this super simple DIY faux living wall art, created by poking faux greenery through a green-painted canvas.
Giant Pegboard Wall
Make all your organizational dreams come true with a giant DIY pegboard for a home office. It would also be a great idea for a kitchen, garage, or craft room!
Macramé Plant Hanger
Hey plant mamas: even if you’re not a natural at macramé, this project is an easy way to give your plants a home, while giving your space a calming, boho vibe.
Mop Wall Hanging
You don’t need any weaving or macramé skills for this creative and budget-friendly wall hanging with a secret weapon: a mop! Layer on felt balls, pom poms, and tassels to create a look that is all yours.
Double Layered Drawer Organization
Messy kitchen drawers can be an everyday annoyance, but this DIY double-layered drawer organization project eliminates that problem, and looks good doing it. Time to start your spring cleaning and organizing!
DIY Book Bin
Here’s another bright, brilliant project to help you get organized this spring. Keep your kiddos’ book collection or your record collection organized and on display with a cute DIY book bin.
Colourful Spring Pom-Pom Garland
You can use all your leftover yarn skeins from various projects for this whimsical spring garland, perfect for stash-busting and spring decorating.
DIY Magnetic Whiteboard Calendar
Does anyone else think it’s easier to stick with spring resolutions than New Year’s resolutions? If you’re in the mood to start fresh and stay organized, add this magnetic whiteboard calendar to your home’s command center or office. Who wouldn’t be inspired to be organized by those cute colours?
Farmhouse Kitchen Island Ikea Hack
A kitchen island Ikea hack means more storage and more counter space. Make the colour a bright turquoise and you’ll always feel like smiling when you’re in the kitchen.
Pink Faux Terrazzo Countertops
Don’t put up with a countertop you don’t love. Fake it till you make it with paint, vinyl chips, and epoxy! This blush pink shade is a unique play on classic terrazzo.
2 Minute Dye Tassel Baskets
This tutorial uses an easy tie dye kit to make dip dye tassels! Add them to store-bought rope baskets for a cute and practical project you can do while catching up on Netflix.
Peel and Stick Backsplash Tile
This gorgeous before-and-after will inspire you to achieve the kitchen of your dreams. It’s amazing what a little (or a lot) peel and stick tile will do, even if you’re a renter – or on a limited budget.
Beautiful handmade cherry blossoms (made with tissue paper) have so many uses in your spring decor – use as a centrepiece, on a mantel, or incorporate them into another DIY, like a spring wreath or basket.
Removable Wallpaper Makeover
Does the new season have you wanting to update your space? Do a mini room makeover over a weekend, using removable wallpaper to transform a small room, or to create an accent wall.
Painted Hardcover Books
If you love books as decor, why not jump on the painted books trend? Use chalk paint to give new life to books rescued from a thrift store or garage sale.
Pink Front Door
A fresh coat of paint can make your home feel warm and welcoming – spring is also the perfect time to freshen up your front door with a bright and bold statement colour.
DIY Greenhouse Clipboard Art
Upcycle a supply of old or thrifted clipboards into photo worthy art! This DIY uses vintage nature prints, but you could also find similar prints online, or search for public domain botanical illustrations.
Natural Beet Dip Dye Dishcloths
Who couldn’t use some cute new dishcloths? Plus, learning to use natural beet dye opens the door for so many more creative uses – dip dye clothing, napkins, dishtowels, pillowcases – the list goes on.
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