Spring is coming quickly, and once the snow finally melts and the warm weather remains consistent I guarantee we’ll all feel a little better. While we can’t control the weather outside, it is super simple to create your own spring feeling decor around your house and you can start with this DIY spring centerpiece.
This DIY spring centerpiece is super easy, and also less than $4! Do-it-yourself projects are some of the best because they allow you to decorate in a variety of ways, but for a fraction of the price. This easy centerpiece would look great in your home or even for a spring wedding! Here is one of the easiest DIY’s you will ever try!
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Clear glass vase
White (or color of your choice) tulle
Fake or real flowers of preference
The clear glass vase was found at the Dollar Tree for only $1! Everything used in this DIY was purchased from the Dollar Tree, but there are other places to find these items. Keep in mind using $1 products will make it much less expensive, however those are up to your preference!
Use the glass vase and fill it with the glass beads in the color of your choice. I opted for clear because it went with the color scheme I was trying to accomplish. Place in the fake (or real) flowers of your choice. The example has a blend of pink/orange and white peony type flowers. This is entirely up to your creativity and what you choose to do. Choose colors that coordinate with the room you will be placing the flowers in.
For the finishing touch, use the tulle to tie a bow around the vase. This adds a classy and cute element to the vase because it is just a simple glass vase. Whether you choose to use real or fake flowers is completely up to you! However, fake flowers allow for the centerpiece to be reused in coming years. Real flowers, though, have a beautiful scent that will linger throughout your home.
There you have it! The easiest DIY spring centerpiece that is extremely festive, however will not break the bank. Best of luck and happy (almost) spring!