3 Easy DIY Spring Wall Art Projects

Hello friends! Well, Valentine’s Day is officially over, so I am totally in Springtime mode now! Bring on the flowers and the lush green and the rain and the warmer weather!!! Please!! So to give us a bit of hope that Spring is actually on the way, despite the fact that it is currently snowing outside, I thought I’d share a few really neat Spring wall art DIY projects I found on Pinterest. As always, click the pictures to be taken to their sources for full instructions. Enjoy!

Burlap Spring Wall Art

This burlap wall art is adorable! The warm tones of the burlap really give off that springtime vibe.  And the bird silhouette is so cute, but this really can be whatever you want, as it’s a simple stencil.

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Some cute and simple art to bring that Spring warms into our homes!


Moss Wall Art

Nothing says Spring like a burst of fresh green! This adorable moss wall art project is made with real moss, although it’s dried so it doesn’t need to be watered. Authentic without the work!

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This little burst of green moss would look adorable sitting on a mantle or table!

Easter Egg Button Art

Of course, with Spring comes Easter, and this little Easter Egg wall art is adorable. It’s a great way to use up some craft supplies too! Instead of buttons, it could be made with sequins or beads or whatever other supplies you’d like to use up.

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These colours are lovely, but any pastel colours would work too. Use what you have 🙂

So that’s it for now! Are you excited for Spring to get here? I always get so excited when March starts nearing, even thought I know there’s still a good month or so of cold winter left. Thanks for stopping by, and till next time, keep creating!

-Ashley <3

5 DIY Crafts to Get You Prepared for Summer

Hi guys! Happy Monday! So today I wanted to share a little Pinterest round-up of some really great crafts to get prepared for summer.  Do these projects now and be ready for the best summer ever! I’m looking forward to this summer so much. It’s Xavier’s first summer, as he was born at the end of August last year. So I’m super excited to share the best things about summer with him. So without further blabbing on my part, here’s some great DIY crafts to get geared up for summer! As always, click on the pictures to be taken to the source!

Mini Scrapbook

This little book is so adorable! You can make all of the backgrounds and have the book bound with the binder rings beforehand, then as the summer goes just fill the book in with titles, pictures, and your thoughts on the moment. A quick and beautiful way to save those summer memories for the cold winter!

diy mini scrapbook ideas
Have this book ready and fill it in with your summer adventures!

Beachy Rope Mirror

This mirror is adorable, and all it takes is some rope and seashells to dress up an old mirror! Put it by an entryway to be reminded of the fresh summer breezes that are to come!

A simple and pretty addition to your home decor!
A simple and pretty addition to your home decor!

DIY Cork Coasters

Make some of these pretty hand-painted coasters for your patio set! They’re whimsical and warm, perfect for a cool summer night.

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These would look adorable outside on a patio!

Watermelon Stamped Welcome Mat

How cute is this?! Welcome summer with open arms with this simple craft. A few watermelons stamped onto a basic welcome mat elevate it to fresh summer looks.

easy welcome mat craft
Give your welcome mat a makeover!

Floating Candle Bug Repellent

Write this recipe down and save it for those summer evenings outside. They’re pretty and contain natural mosquito repellent to keep you and your guests bug free! All you need are some mason jars, floating candles,citronella essential oil,mint leaves, lemon and line slices, and some sprigs of rosemary. They smell amazing and keep those pests at bay!

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Keep this idea stashed away and make a few of these jars anytime you’re going to be sitting outside…which is basically every evening in the summertime. 🙂

So there you have it, guys! I hope these DIY ideas have gotten you pumped for summer. It’s not too far away, I can’t wait! Let’s make this the best summer ever! And til next time, keep creating!

-Ashley <3

3 Pretty After Easter Spring Decor Ideas!

Hi friends! Happy Easter Monday! I hope you had a great weekend and spent some precious time with your loved ones, regardless if you celebrate Easter or not! Now that the bunny-fest is over, how can we keep our homes looking fresh and Spring-like, without looking like we just didn’t take down our Easter decorations? I’ve got three great decor craft ideas from Pinterest that I hope will inspire you! So let’s get to it! As always, you can click the pictures to be taken to their sources. Enjoy!

Painted Egg Mini Planters

What better way to resuse your painted Easter eggs then to grow little plants in them! Take out the hard boiled egg, add some pot soil, and you’ve got an adorable mini planter.  There’s something so renewing about the image of a small flower or plant hatching out of an egg.

Easter egg upcycle diy planter
Since your Easter eggs are already painted, these mini planters look fancy without any extra work!

Framed Spring Chalkboard

An old framed painting from the thrift store, some gold spray paint, some chalkboard paint, and you have pretty chalkboard art for your mantle or wall! The best part is that it doesn’t have to stay spring-themed, you can wipe off the chalk and change it up throughout the seasons!

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I love the green pots that are sitting infront of it too! The whole arrangement is fresh and inviting!

Chalkboard Herb Planters

And finally, new growing plants are the epitome of what springtime is all about, and making a fresh start in your kitchen by growing your own herbs is an excellent way to welcome spring into your home.  These planters have been painted with chalkboard paint so you can write exactly what’s growing in them! And whenever you repot or change what you want to grow, the pot’s label can easily be changed as well. This is how you can use your leftover chalkboard paint from the previous idea, wink wink!

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I love the distressed look on these pots as well! Painting them with chalk paint then rubbing them lightly with sandpaper can make this look. It goes excellent with the chalkboard paint!

So there you go guys, three easy ways to add some spring decor to your home without making it look Eastery. So thanks so much for stopping by, and till next time, keep creating!

-Ashley <3

5 Beautiful DIY Spring Decor Crafts

Hi friends! Happy Monday! This past week has been a gorgeous hint at the upcoming spring weather, and I’m so excited for the warmer sunnier weather to get here! So here’s a little Pinspiration to add some springtime cheer to our homes! Because surviving the dull winter is an accomplishment and the new spring growth and warmer weather is definitely something worth celebrating, so here we go! As usual, you can click on the pictures to be take to their source for full instructions.  Have fun!

DIY Faux Dandelions

These are so adorable! And so simple! And anthropologie hack that’s super easy and fun to make! I need some of these in my house!

Anthropologie hack dandelion blooms
These are made from q-tips and styrofoam balls!

Spring Pom-Pom Bunting

Because spring is something worth celebrating! This little banner is so adorable! It would be great as a birthday party or baby shower decoration too! Then just hang it up in your house afterwards!

DIY bunting banner shabby chic
Beautiful fresh colours for springtime!

Scrappy Sparrow Decoration

This little bird is so adorable! A perfect little elegant spring touch to any home 🙂

So cute yet simple!
So cute yet simple!

Hydrangea Easter Eggs

What a classy way to add some floral touches to your Easter decor! These eggs are covered in silk hydrangeas, so they can be reused every year!

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Such an elegant way to display decorated eggs!

Crocus in a Cup

And finally, what better way to welcome spring than to grow some springtime blooms in your home? I adore crocuses, they’re my favourite spring flower! Especially when they randomly pop up in my front lawn, hello spring! Nice to see you emerging! These crocuses growing in tea cups is the CUTEST.THING.EVER. I might have to make a little trip to my local thrift store this week to find some mismatched tea cups!

corcus in a cup diy spring decor
So so cute! How bright and fresh will these look on your kitchen table?!

So there you have it, guys! Some super adorable and simple springtime DIY decor! What are you decorating your home with this season? Thanks for stopping by, and till next time, keep creating!

-Ashley <3