4 DIY Spring Decorations Using Plants

Slowly but surely, winter is drawing to a close and everyone can start looking forward to longer days and higher temperatures. To get into the right mood for the warmer days to come, why not try your hand at making some spring decorations with fresh colors and bright flowers? There's no better way to snap out of winter hibernation than to make some spring decorations yourself! Whether it's fresh flowers in a test tube vase, a natural chandelier for plants, or an elegant flower tower, we have a beautiful DIY project in here for everyone!

1. Enchanted Forest Vase

You'll Need:

  • 2 round pieces of decorative wood
  • hot glue gun
  • 2 pieces of floral foam
  • test tube
  • moss
  • fresh flowers
  • water

Here's How:

1.1 Use a hot glue gun to glue the floral foam and a test tube onto 1 round piece of decorative wood. Glue the second piece of wood on top.

1.2 Apply a layer of hot glue in the space between the pieces of wood and cover it with moss, making sure to hide any gaps.

1.3 Fill the test tube with water and complete the vase's look with freshly cut flowers. Your beautiful, homemade spring vase will transform any room you display it in!

2. Mini Magnetic Flower Pots

You'll Need:

  • powder paste + water
  • ice cube tray
  • newspaper
  • paint
  • small magnets
  • hot glue gun
  • potting soil
  • small plants

Here's How:

2.1 Mix the powder paste with water according to the instructions on the packaging. Cut some newspaper into thin strips, coat them with paste, and use them to line the wells of an ice cube tray.

2.2 Let the paste dry, then remove the mini flower pots from the ice cube tray. Paint the mini flower pots with colorful designs.

2.3 Glue 1 magnet to each of the painted mini flower pots, filling them with potting soil, and plant a small plant inside each one. Stick your mini flower pots to the fridge and your kitchen will look equal parts adorable and magical!

3. Woodsy Chandelier For Indoor Plants

You'll Need:

  • glass jars
  • twine
  • potting soil
  • plants
  • LED tea lights
  • tree branch
  • eye bolt screw
  • metal chain

Here's How:

3.1 Wrap twine around the lip of each glass jar so that you can hang them up later.

3.2 Decorate the glass jars with paint, add fairy lights, or glue some eye-catching accents to them. Plant succulents or other small plants in the decorated jars.

3.3 Screw an eye bolt screw into the center of a large tree branch and attach a metal chain to it. Hang the branch from the ceiling and use some additional twine to hang the decorated glass jars off of the branch. This rustic take on a chandelier will add style to any room, plus it can be decorated differently for every season!

4. Fascinating Flower Tower

You'll Need:

  • PVC pipe + cap
  • hole saw
  • spray paint
  • potting soil
  • plants

Here's How:

4.1 Drill holes in the PVC pipe using a hole saw, then spray paint it your favorite color and let the paint dry. 

4.2 Drill 2 small holes in the PVC cap so that any excess water can drain out of the bottom of the plant tower.

4.3 Now it's time for the best part! Fill the pipe with potting soil and plant flowers in the holes you drilled. Whether you decide to put it next to your front door or out in the garden, one thing's for sure: this beautiful plant tower will brighten your mood!

Now that you know how to make these spring decorations yourself, you can give your home a fresh look. Revamp your decor, both indoors and out with these fun projects. Just in time for the change of season! 

Get the instructions for the Light Bulb DIY Projects, DIY Flower Pots, and these Flower Crafts featured in the bonus video.


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