I thought I would round up some spring inspired projects, including how to create a garden for free!
In early spring, you can usually find blooming primrose for about a dollar or so a piece. Here is a way to dress up those black plastic nursery pots, while also recycling old book pages.
You can create a statement piece for your wall using poster board weight cardboard.
This wreath was created from recycled corrugated cardboard and vintage book pages diverted from the landfill!
You would be amazed by all the things you can get for your yard and garden that are absolutely free.
You can find vintage silver plate at thrift stores for around fifty cents or a dollar. This tutorial shows you how to make pretty garden markers from old spoons!
You can create lots of these sweet little inspirational clay birds using air dry paper clay.
You don't need great sewing skills to turn a thrifted skirt into a fresh pretty apron for spring.
You don't need ANY sewing skills to make this pretty cuff!
A pair of wild floral pants inspired this lampshade make-over.
You don't need to spend lots of money at the craft store to create this pretty spring garland using vintage and recycled materials.
Take a look at things you already own, when looking for containers for spring flowers.
Learn to make a burnt edge spring peony.
Once again, a trip to the recycling bucket yields plenty of free eco-friendly craft supplies for wreath making.
If you're lucky enough to find one of these nifty flower looms (this one is vintage, but you can still find looms in craft stores and online), make lots of flowers to have on hand for wreaths and gifts. Glue a pin to the back to make a sweet little brooch.
Use leftover party supplies to make this pretty rosette bunting.
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