DIY Spring Nest Centerpiece with Tulips and Daffodils

A basket becomes a nest and is filled with gorgeous faux tulips and daffodils for a beautiful Spring centerpiece that is stunning on any tabletop! I'll show you how easy it is to make!

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Good morning and happy Wednesday! Yesterday I shared a Spring decorated console table with you, and today I'm going to show you how I made the nest centerpiece that's the showpiece of that spring vignette!

I'm joining a great group of bloggers today and we're all sharing something Spring-related to inspire you. Thank you to Cindy of Cloches and Lavender and Terrie of Decorate and More with Tip for hosting. 



Spring decor

If you're hopping over here from Decorate and More with Tip, welcome! Terri is sharing such a cute birdhouse wreath that is a fun way to welcome Spring!

Spring is just around the corner, I promise! Here in Texas, we are back to normal temperatures (60's and 70's) after our week of starring in Frozen!

I've been decorating for Spring and have so many new projects to share with you! Click here to see all my past Spring projects and crafts.

Today's nest centerpiece was inspired by this centerpiece I spotted on Martha Stewart Living. The inspiration piece was made using real tulips and daffodils but I made mine with faux flowers!

How to make a Spring nest centerpiece

I'll include the supplies list below the tutorial.

Remember the Valentine's heart shaped wreath I made just a few weeks ago? When I was unable to find a grapevine heart shaped wreath, I made my own using an inexpensive twig garland.

I had some of that grapevine twig garland leftover, and it was put to use to create the nest part of this Spring centerpiece.

 
I simply snipped the wire that was wrapped around it and holding it together and this allowed it to open up. Then I loosely wrapped the twig garland around a shallow basket.


It naturally wants to close in on itself, so I didn't need to secure it with anything. You just want to make sure there's enough to overlap a little bit.

Next, I sliced a floral foam rectangle in half with a serrated knife, and trimmed the corners so it would lay flat in my basket. You can see in the image below that I left the plastic on the foam; it's not necessary, but helps to keep things a little bit neater than way!


I have been buying these faux tulips from Amazon for years, and I love them! They look so real and come in a set of 30, wrapped in bundles of 10. I also highly recommend these faux daffodils! They are so life-like! You can find links to both in the supplies list below.

I snipped about an inch of the plastic stem from the ends of each flower with scissors, leaving the actual wire intact to make it super easy to poke the stems down into the foam.




I cut a few of the outer flower stems a little shorter to give some height variety and then I just stuck them all into the foam. I used about 45 total flowers for this centerpiece, which gives it nice fullness.


The final step was covering the top of the floral foam with a little Spanish moss and green moss.

I really love how it turned out! Because it's faux, it will last all Spring, no water needed 🌷


These bright, happy colors are the perfect way to dispel the last gloomy days of winter!

Supplies used:


I would love to know how you're decorating for Spring this year. If you haven't even thought about it yet, and are currently buried under snow, why not make this nest centerpiece and bring some happy Spring colors into your home!

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  1. Cindy, this is sooo cute. I pinned it so I can do one yet. I have been racking my brain on how to make a larger nest like this. Thank you so much for the inspiration.

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  2. The centerpiece is so pretty and has a calming and serene presence.

    Denise TX

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  3. This is by far the prettiest centerpiece that I've seen in a very long time! Pinning and definitely see me doing one of these in the future! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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    1. Thank you for that sweet compliment! I love that this centerpiece is so easy to do!

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  4. Very pretty! I've pinned it! It's great to join in on the hop with you.

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  5. Cindy,

    Love this centerpiece. I had this on my Pinterest board too and was going to make one for this spring but used something else for my Daffodils.

    You'll see it soon.

    Grapevine is the best and I love to use it.

    Cindy

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    1. Thanks so much! It's so fun to decorate for Spring!

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  6. This is so gorgeous Cindy! I love the way you mixed the daffodils and the tulips. It's such a pretty combination. Your nest basket is super cute. I have one made from twigs so I'm excited to try this idea for Spring. Thanks for the inspiration, CoCo

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  7. This is such a cute and creative idea! I never would have thought to turn a basket into a nest. You've inspired me to go through my basket pile!

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  8. Cindy this arrangement is so pretty. Never thought about using a wreath for a container. Great idea and love the inspiration I got from your tutorial. Love the combination of the two types of flowers. Beautiful arrangement. Happy Spring!

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  9. I'm so glad you shared this! I was admiring it yesterday when you shared your spring table decor. You've inspired me and now I want to make my own! 💐

    Pinned.

    Niky @ The House on Silverado
    PS. I'd love it if you'd share this at my link party, Sundays on Silverado, which is open now. 🌷

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  10. Cindy, I totally love that you just unclipped the wire surrounding the grapevine and this is what you got! The "nest" looks great and I love the idea of a basket in the center to support (and hide) all the stems!!! Beautiful project! :)

    Happy spring hugs,
    Barb :)

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    1. Thanks so much Barb, it was really easy! Happy Spring decorating!!

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  11. Oh I love how it turned out. Gimme all the tulips and daffodils...fresh or faux!

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    1. Thanks Amber, they're my favorite spring flowers too!

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  12. This is so cute and clever. Pinning!

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