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Add a hint of spring to any tablescape with this DIY creation! To get this look, simply display a bird’s nest on a pretty pedestal and adorn with succulents, flowers, moss and greenery. Top it off with a feathered friend for a whimsical finishing touch.

Add a hint of spring to any tablescape with this DIY creation! To get this look, simply display a bird’s nest on a pretty pedestal and adorn with succulents, flowers, moss and greenery. Top it off with a feathered friend for a whimsical finishing touch.

We made this tropical topiary by wrapping sheet moss (secured with floral pins) around a cone-shaped foam base. Then we covered it with a selection of lush succulents and delicate roses.:

We made this tropical DIY topiary by wrapping sheet moss (secured with floral pins) around a cone-shaped foam base. Then we covered it with a selection of lush succulents and delicate roses.

Floral arranging is made easy with this DIY!

Whether you’re using flowers fresh from your garden or flowers you know will stay “alive” forever, you can create a gorgeous centerpiece fit for the backyard garden you’ve always dreamed Arrangement

A white fluted bowl filled with spring flowers, twigs, a bird nest and bits of reindeer moss makes a lovely neutral centerpiece.

Using Spring Flowers To Create Vignettes And Centerpieces

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Add faux flowers to a birdcage for a bright burst of spring indoors! :) Could add some color to it, instead of my neutrals!

Hobby lobby....frames within a frame bulletin/display command center accented in blue chevron.

frames within a frame bulletin/display command center accented in blue chevron.

For this nostalgic nook, add flowers, a front porch and house numbers from the miniatures section of our Craft Department. The green-and-white color combo says, “Home Tweet Home!” don’t you think?

For this nostalgic nook, add flowers, a front porch and house numbers from the miniatures section of our Craft Department. The green-and-white color combo says, “Home Tweet Home!” don’t you think?

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