Hello dear friends!
Hope you all are having a wonderful week so far. Things were a little crazy over the weekend since we were painting and moving some furniture pieces around the house so we can continue removing the popcorn ceiling in the remaining areas.
Popcorn ceilings are the worst! Ugh!
The good news is that we have a good process now that makes it easy for anyone to tackle this themselves and I cannot wait to share the tips and tricks we have for that, so stay tuned!
In addition, I have my Look for Less Challenge invitation for February up and my co-host for this month is Kat with According to Kat. If you plan on participating make sure to check out the rules in this previous post. This month’s Look for Less projects are due on February the 19th.
Now for today! I thought I would bring you some inspiration in time for Spring with these Farmhouse Inspired Spring Decor DIY’s. I love seeing what other creative bloggers come up with and some of these ideas are just darling!
So here we go…
This first DIY is from Kati over at Houseful of Handmade. Aren’t these precious!? And guess what, they aren’t real metal. They are faux metal wall planters and she shares exactly how to make them on her blog. Check out how easy these are to make.
The second Spring Decor Inspiration piece is from Melissa over at Create and Find. I LOVE this idea! These stripes are perfect and that sweet burlap is the perfect touch. You won’t believe how easy this was to make and how much it looks liker her inspiration piece.
The third inspiration piece is from my dear friend Michelle over at Our Crafty Mom. If you don’t like to spend too much time on an arrangement, this is the piece for you. It took her less than 15 minutes to make and it’s full of farmhouse touch. Sometimes the prettiest things can be so simple.
Now, if you wish to give your hands a little more action and want to take on something a little harder, then try your hand at these DIY plant hangers. Lisa from Farmhouse on Boone is both a blogger/youtuber and she’s been one of my all time favorites! She makes these look so easy too!
And it’s so easy to learn since she offers a blog post and video as well.
Looking for a simple table setting that looks elegant yet farmhouse chic? Then you will love this beautiful table setting from Roxanne over at The Honeycomb Home. Ferns, terra-cotta pots and a neutral palette. It’s so calm yet so Spring! I need to try this in my home.
Of course, there is no Spring decor without a wreath and I have two versions to share!
The first is a simple Eucalyptus wreath made from real greenery from the grocery store no less. It really doesn’t take much to add some greenery to your space! This too came from Roxanne over at The Honeycomb Home.
The second wreath is from Carmen over at Living Letter Home. The colors in the wreath are perfect! Not too soft and not too strong and I love the large scale of this and the addition of the “hello”. Plus, she coordinates this wreath with more Spring decor and everything comes together beautifully.
The following piece is one from yours truly. I made these sweet floral mason jar sconces with fairy lights and they were easier than you would think. I love how the softness of the flowers meet the rustic hook and wood board to create a perfect sconce for any farmhouse wall. Definitely one of my favorite DIY’s.
The next Spring decor inspiration is from Marianne at the Songbird Blog. These terra-cotta planters with a little bit of pastel colors, paired with the perfect flowers in pink and blue are darling! Another simple DIY with such a powerful impact that showcases exactly what Spring is about.
Of course, if terra-cotta pots aren’t your thing, then try something a little more unexpected.
Maria from Simple Decor Nature Blog uses rusty old diary containers and I couldn’t be more in love with these. It’s the perfect combination of old along with youthful blooming flowers. She shares several versions as well on her post!
Lastly, here is another DIY piece from me. If you aren’t into flowers (and that’s totally okay) but would still like ideas for “out of the box” thinking then perhaps you might want to try using something like split peas as a vase filler.
I hope you enjoyed this sweet little round up! I cannot wait for Spring weather now, can you?
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I will see you in the next one. Until then… adios!