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Yay, Spring! My favorite time of the year is approaching quickly, and I thought about creating this roundup of some great DIY spring decorations. I love that fresh spring feeling, with days being longer, sunnier, and warmer. Why not invite it to your home?
These awesome DIY spring decor ideas are easy to make and will definitely add to the wonderful spring atmosphere inside and out.
You’ll find here amazing centerpieces, wall art, reclaimed wood decor, as well as beautiful wreaths and mantel decorations. Not limited to Easter decor ideas, these are coming from fabulous creative bloggers, so make sure you check them out for more details on how to make them.
This spring decor project is made only with two pallet boards and can be used as a centerpiece or mantel decoration. The vase holder is pretty easy to build and can be used with any type of glass vase as well as bottles. Build one that you can use all year round throughout the seasons
This DIY Easter egg wreath is decorated with speckled quail eggs, lichen, and flower sprigs for the perfect spring door décor. Utilizing a willow base, this spring wreath only takes a few minutes to assemble and looks beautifully hung on a front door.
Don't have time to do Easter decor shopping? No problem! You can make this adorable Easter sign with just a few scraps of wood and some wooden Easter cutouts. It's quick and easy, and your friends and family will be impressed with your DIY skills.
If you love farmhouse style plus a little boho, this spring craft is perfect! This floral wall decor can be customized to the colors in your home and will look amazing in literally any room of the house!
What better way to welcome spring than with a colorful, creative wreath made of burlap? This beautiful DIY spring wreath is easier to make than you might think and is sure to add a touch of Springtime cheer to your home.
If you want a little rustic flair for your front door, porch, or even indoors, this rustic hoop wreath will be a perfect addition! You can choose the flowers you want to suit your taste - it's a beautiful precursor to spring!
I'm looking at these types of table decorations in awe. I love this pretty spring table idea, clay pots and wooden spoons as place cards. Saying that, I'd probably never go that far with a table arrangement.
Create your very own DIY project with these beautiful spring-blooming branches made with candle wax. With just a few supplies, you can have pretty home decor that will bring spring joy into any space in the house!
Create an eye-catching, non-traditional floral wreath that is both beautiful and functional with this easy DIY project. You will only need a few simple materials to make your own custom decoration from scratch!
You'll be ready for spring in no time with this easy tutorial that shows how to make a colorful woven wreath. It's perfect as an alternative decoration from winter into early spring and can even help decorate during those cold months when nothing else seems appealing!
The wooden centerpiece is a perfect way to show off your creativity and artistic Side! The design can easily be made with reclaimed/scrap wood, some glass bottles or jars, and fresh spring flowers - what do you think?
If you have some pallet wood/scrap wood left as well as some mason jars or even jam jars, then this project is perfect for you. Freshen up your home for spring with an easy farmhouse spring mason jar planter. The perfect way to add some spring color to your home!
These neutral DIY spring wooden blocks would be a cute addition to any spring decor. You can use them on a spring mantel or in a simple vignette. Being neutral in color, they would work with practically any color scheme. You could also change up the wording to say whatever you wanted so they could work for any time as well!
I hope you liked these DIY spring decorations and that this post got you inspired to do your own spring projects. These will definitely keep me busy creating new decorations for my home. Don’t forget to pin this post to your DIY Spring Decor board, thanks!
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Kasia is the owner of the Upcycle This DIY That. She's a DIY/upcycling enthusiast. If she's not painting, sanding, or drilling, she's writing about power tools or tips for various DIY and upcycling projects that make the creative process easier and more fun!
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