Weekending | 15 Spring Projects to Welcome the Season

I know some parts of the US have gotten nasty weather lately and it doesn’t seem like it’s almost spring, but working on some spring projects is a great way to pass the time until it really feels like spring.

I’ve rounded up 15 ideas to get you started!

15 DIY Spring Projects and Free Printables | www.knickoftime.net

Last year I made this Flower Seed Packets Home Sign and it’s time to hang it up again.  I added coat hooks on the sides to hang small buckets, so it’s not just decor – it’s a working sign!

DIY Flower Seed PacketsSpring Sign | www.knickoftime.net

I just love wooden berry baskets, and they look so pretty as a spring table centerpiece.

Spring Projects you can DIY for your home

DIY Wood Berry Basket Tote by Denise on a Whim

A few weeks ago, I made these  DIY Apothecary Flower Bottles with free printables, so you can make some too!

DIY Vintage Style Apothecary Bottles for Spring Flowers \ www.knickoftime.net

If you have a few cabinet doors in your stash, you can turn them into this blooming beauty.

Spring projects you can DIY for your home

Repurposed Corner Cabinet Flowers Plant Stand by My Love 2 Create

Here’s how to give an Old Bucket a Flower Shop Makeover.

Bring the spring garden indoors by decorating with a mix of dried, fresh cut and faux flowers | www.knickoftime.net

I’d love to get my hands on an antique cash register, because using it as porch decor with plants looks amazing!

Creative Spring Projects with Vintage Finds | Antique Cash Register Plant Stand

Repurposed Antique Cash Register Plant Stand by Penny’s Vintage Home

This Bird Silhouette Sheet Music Candle Jar is an easy 5-minute project!

How to Make a Spring Candle Holder with Free Printable Antique Sheet Music | www.knickoftime.net

Filling a pair of Wellies with some forsythia branches and pussy willows is a super cute display for the front porch, and the painted ironing board welcome sign is awesome too!

spring front porch decor |

Spring Front Porch Decor by Forever Decorating

Relive your childhood days with this DIY Old-Fashioned Wooden Swing!

DIY farmhouse wooden swing - KnickofTime.net

Fresh flowers look so pretty in a mason jar against a backdrop of pretty painted wood.  What a fun DIY project!

DIY Salvaged Wood Mason Jar Wall Vase | http://www.beyondthepicket-fence.com/2016/05/mason-jar-wall-vase.html

Mason Jar Wall Vase by Beyond the Picket Fence

Here’s the tutorial to make a Pallet Wood Farmhouse Wall Crate.

 

Pull an empty jar out of your recycle bin and choose some garden theme miniatures, and you can make this adorable garden in a jar.  This would be a fun project to do with kids! - http://www.sadieseasongoods.com

Mini Garden in a Repurposed Jar by Sadie Seasongoods

Here’s how to give a cheap Thrift Store Tea Kettle a Chalkboard Makeover.

These tulip-filled berry baskets are so pretty and are a really easy centerpiece idea.

berry basket farmhouse spring centerpiece | http://refreshrestyle.com

Berry Basket Spring Centerpiece by Refresh Restyle

This vintage-inspired, plaid bunnies paper is a free printable that’s perfect to wrap small Easter gifts with.  So cute!

watercolor bunnies easter gift wrap free printable | https://www.tinselbox.com

Watercolor Bunnies Gift Wrap Printable at Tinselbox

These chocolate-dipped turtle Oreos don’t have a thing to do with spring … they just made me drool, so I had to include them! 🙂

turtle candy chocolate dipped oreos | http://premeditatedleftovers.com

Turtle Candy Chocolate Dipped Oreo Cookies at Premeditated Leftovers

I hope some of these spring projects inspired you to get your home ready for spring this weekend!

Are you working on any spring projects for your home?  Be sure and let me know in the comments below – I’d love more ideas!

Vaya con Dios,

 

 

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  1. Judi Delaney-Shirley says:

    Hello,

    I didn’t see any place else than this spot to contact you, but I mistakenly signed up twice for the email newletters, I was just afraid if I unsubscribe it would do both. Can you guide me to delete one.
    pintcovecollect@maine.rr.com Thank you, Judi Delaney-Shirley

    • Judi, if you receive a duplicate email, there should be an unsubscribe button at the bottom, so you could delete one of them. Let me know if that doesn’t work.

      Thanks!
      Angie

  2. Fun ideas! esp that drawer/shutter planter. And now I must have chocolate dipped oreos….

  3. Wow! Great post 🙂

  4. Great roundup! I love that corner cabinet so cute! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! Pinned! Have a great week!
    Kim

  5. Great selection, Angie. I’m partial to your flower bucket and the mason jar wall pocket. Thanks so much for linking your posts up with us at Vintage Charm 🙂

  6. I think I love them all! Thank you for sharing these amazing decor and giving me ideas.

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