7 Thrifty and Colorful DIYs for Spring

Does your Spring decor need a boost? Add color and welcome Spring to your home with these 7 thrifty and colorful DIYs that are easy to make and thrifty on the wallet!
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Does it feel like Spring yet?

Whether you're still shoveling snow, or already enjoying beach time, these 7 thrifty Spring projects are a great way to welcome Spring inside your home!

7 budget-friendly Spring DIYs for the home

Faux forced potted tulips

I love all the Spring flowers, but they're not easy to find here in Texas. That's why I love this Spring DIY. It's an easy way to mimic the look of forced tulip bulbs to ensure I can have tulips whenever I want! Click here for the video tutorial.


DIY Spring nest centerpiece with tulips and daffodils

More tulips and daffodils! This time I've planted them in a large nest with grapevine and moss. So easy and inexpensive to do with these lifelike tulips and daffodils from Amazon! See how to make this large nest centerpiece here.


Blue and white floral decoupaged chargers

My love of blue and white runs deep! I've been collecting vintage transferware dishes in blue and white for years, and my dining table is most often decorated in these colors. Click here to see more of my blue and white Spring table. I took a couple of bamboo chargers (see similar here) and decoupaged them in a pretty blue and white floral and they complement my Spring table so well! Click here for the tutorial. 


How to make a thrifty Spring wreath (two ways)

Making your own wreath doesn't have to be difficult and it's a great way to save money and still get the look you love! I've broken down the steps to make a Spring wreath with beautiful florals and given tips for getting the best deals on faux flowers. Click here for the wreath tutorial.


Air dry clay mushrooms with polka dots

Are mushrooms a sign of Spring? I really don't know, I just know they're darn cute, lol! I used some leftover air dry clay from another project to craft these cuties for a simple, last-minute  St. Patrick's day vignette. The mushrooms' glossy, polka dotted tops are my absolute favorite! Click here for the video tutorial where I share tips on getting the mushrooms to stand upright.



DIY wreath with painted terracotta pots and lavender

This wreath looks like it came straight out of the French countryside! Painting and aging the terracotta pots is the trick to creating this look, and I share exactly how to do it here. You could always leave the terra cotta pots if you prefer a natural look. I'm sharing a unique tip for adding flowers, succulents and moss without any hot glue! Click here for the video tutorial.


DIY blue spray painted berry wreath

Maybe the easiest DIY you'll ever do! I found a thrift store berry wreath and spray painted it! Simple. inexpensive. beautiful! You could do this with any color spray paint to make it work with your decor!


I would love to hear if you try any of these budget friendly Spring DIYs for your own home! Let me know in the comments section below 🌷🍄

Happy Spring-ifying your home!

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  1. I was looking online yesterday for faux muscari...grape hyacinths...and they are few and far between and really, really expensive. I think I might be able to spray paint some berries the proper hue of blue, as you've done, and come up with something that will give the impression of grape hyacinths without the cost. Thanks for the inspiration!

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