Sometimes creating simple projects for seasonal pieces is the way to go. This Hello Spring Floral Basket is a pretty addition to my spring decor and it only took minutes to put it together.
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While I love having fresh flowers, I often use faux blooms to create decor pieces that I want to keep on display for longer than fresh flowers would last.
How to Make a Hello Spring Floral Basket
Supplies Used for Hello Spring Floral Basket
- Thrift Store Find Basket
- Small Floral Branches
- 2 Large Flower Blooms
- Craft Wood Hello Spring Sign
- Chalk Paint
- Hot Glue
Just like with my inability to pass up a unique thrift store frame like I used for my Easy Easter Vignette, I find it hard to pass up baskets when they are in good condition. This simple basket caught my eye because of the handles. Fortunately, the big bow was simple tied on and not glued to the basket.
I gave the Hello Spring craft wood pick I found at Michaels a coat of Waverly Chalk Paint using Ballet Slipper Pink. I used floral wire cutters to remove the metal pick.
While the paint dried, I trimmed and arranged the flower stems in the basket, laying them in opposite directions. These were all flowers I had in my craft stash.
I bought the large blooms at Michaels to fill the center of the basket and to add a nice contrast to the smaller flowers. I trimmed the stems of the large flowers down to about three inches so that they could be nestled into the other flowers.
Once the hello spring sign was dry, it was hot glued to the basket.
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How simple was this? I love putting together inexpensive, simple seasonal decor that turns out to be a pretty decor piece.
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Hello Spring Floral Basket
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