DIY Roundup: 5 Spring Decorating Ideas

Looking for a few easy do-it-yourself projects to do this weekend? Check out these spring-inspired decorations you can make yourself using only a few items. The best part about these floral decorations is they can last forever you if you want them to!

Paper Cherry Blossom Display

DIY Paper Cherry Blossom Display

This beautiful diy project from Martha Stewart keeps those blooming cherry blossoms around a little longer. Made from real branches and paper flowers, these blooms will last as long as you want them to.







DIY Green Blooms

DIY Green Blooms

Inspired by an Anthropologie store display, these DIY blooms from Homemade Ginger are really easy to make and bring a little color to the room. All you need for this project are some fake flower stems, styrofoam balls, Q-tips, and food coloring. These were made with green coloring, but you could use any color you like.






Baby Jar Decor

DIY Spring Decor with Baby Jars

If you want just a small touch of spring sprinkled throughout your home, try this DIY project idea from Dagmar’s Momsense. Clean out baby food jars and decorate any way you like for a little splash of spring. This one is displaying moss, twigs, and a fake butterfly with music notes wrapped around the jar.






Butterfly Wall Decor

DIY Butterfly Wall Pins

Give your walls flight with these cute butterfly wall pins from The Ivy Cottage. These are really easy to make, just cut out paper butterflies in different sizes and colors and pin them to the wall with corsage pins.




DIY Spring Topiaries

DIY Spring Topiaries

You don’t have to water this topiary, but you will need some hot glue! To make this English ivy topiary you’ll need hot glue, a pot, a stick for the trunk, a willow ball, fake English ivy, and some moss. You can read a step-by-step tutorial on how to make it on Kate’s Place.






Looking for more spring decor ideas? Check out our DIY roundup of spring centerpieces!