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13 of the Best Spring Crafts for Your Home

Bring in the new spring season with 13 of the best spring crafts for your home. No ugly crafts here – all of these were made to look beautiful!


Can you believe spring is already here? It feels like we were just cranking up the heat yesterday! It might not feel like spring yet where you are, but whether it feels like it or not, we are happy to ring in spring here! These spring crafts are the perfect way to bring in the new spring season! Here are the best spring crafts for your home.

Bring in the new spring season with 13 of the best spring crafts for your home. No ugly crafts here - all of these were made to look beautiful!

13 of the Best Spring Crafts for Your Home

floral boho spring hoop wreath hanging on white closet door

1. Floral Boho Spring Hoop Wreath

Make your own Floral Boho Spring Hoop Wreath from an embroidery hoop, faux flowers and some pretty pastel ribbons.

Ombre Blush Pastel Painted Mason Jar Vases on wood counters

2. Ombre Painted Mason Jar Vases

A super easy farmhouse style craft for Spring, these Ombre Blush Pastel Painted Mason Jar Vases add a pretty little feminine touch to any space.

realistic faux floral arrangement

3. DIY Faux Floral Arrangement

Fresh flowers can add up week after week, but no one wants ugly faux flowers either. The compromise? This DIY Faux Floral Arrangement with realistic looking blooms!

DIY Moss Topiary

4. DIY Moss Topiary Balls

Love the look of moss topiary balls, but can’t find them or don’t like the price? Here’s how to make DIY Moss Topiary Balls of your own! Tutorial by one of our favorites, Kristi.

faux flowers in faux water

5. DIY Faux Floral Arrangement in Water

Just by swapping out a few décor pieces or adding this DIY faux floral arrangement with fake water you can completely transform your home for the fresh, new season.

Mason Jar Wall Planter

6. Mason Jar Wall Planter

An adorable farmhouse DIY project for spring or anytime, learn how to Make your own Mason Jar Wall Planter. Also from one of our favorites, Kristi.

7. Rose Glitter Bird Pillow

Make your own DIY folded rose and glitter bird pillow from some canvas drop cloth and a little imagination.

clay pots and wooden spoons as place cards

8. Clay Pots and Wooden Spoons Place Cards

A pretty spring table idea, clay pots and wooden spoons as place cards from the book Natural Accents by my blog friend, Stacey Risenmay.

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9. How to Make Apron

Make an apron from a tea towel in this craft hack. Choose any pretty tea towel and mix and match ribbons for endless takes on this easy craft.

cotton and foam rag balls

10. Rag Balls

Changing up decor colors is easy with these DIY rag balls. Toss them in a basket, tuck them into a shelf or add a few to a bowl on the table.

diy topiary trees

11. DIY Topiary Trees

Love the look of topiary trees, but don’t want to pay the high price tag? Here’s a way to make DIY topiary trees from Dollar Store supplies!

12. Paper Flower Wreath

Want an easy craft to add a little Spring to your space? Try our Simple Paper Flower Wreath made with floral wire and paper flowers.

tissue paper tassel garland

13. Tissue Paper Garland

Make this easy pink and grey tissue paper tassel garland with your kids for Valentine’s Day decorating or at any time of year!

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