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1. 3D Framed Botanicals

Bring a burst of spring color to your walls with these 3D framed botanicals from The Kipi Blog. Since they use fake flowers, there's no waiting for the first April blooms — just hang them up now and enjoy the radiant happiness.

2. Stone Planter

Here's a suggestion for the next semi-warm day: Get yourself a few stone slabs, head out to the garden, and put together this surprisingly easy (and durable!) planter from A Thousand Threads. When spring (FINALLY) rolls around, you'll be already prepared to get your green thumbs in motion.

3. Brushstroke Cushion Covers

The turn of the seasons is a great time to refresh your décor, and if you're thinking of swapping out your throw pillows, give these brushstroke cushion covers from Lana Red Studio a shot. She uses IKEA curtains and acrylic paint to create these modern, geometric, and colorful covers.

4. Nail Polish Marbled Vase

Blogger Place of My Taste upgraded a dollar store vase to look truly luxe using only... nail polish? After spray-painting the clear vase white, she dipped it in red and yellow polish to create this mesmerizing swirled effect.

5. Spring Goblet Arrangements

Once your first spring blooms start popping up in the garden, follow Valley and Co. Lifestyle's simple arrangement tips to create a gorgeous centerpiece focused around fresh, seasonal flowers — the perfect way to cheer up a tabletop after this long, miserable winter.

6. Pull-Down Botanical Wall Hanging

Have some spare, spring-like gift wrap? If not, go ahead and buy the botanical-style Emerald Peonies wrapping paper from Rifle Paper Co. that blogger Francois et Moi (previously on Beautiful.com) used in her easy pull-down wall hanging.

7. Hanging Vases

Here's a simpler solution if you'd like to display your first flowers, but don't have time to DIY a whole vase: Make these simple hanging vases from The Merrythought using only twine and miniature jars.

8. Spring Animal Ornaments

Ornaments aren't just for Christmastime! These cute little animal ornaments from Rebecca's DIY (in Swedish and English) are crafted from paper clay and water colors, then hung on a bottle cap lined with green felt.

9. Bird Magnets

Bring a cheery bit of spring to your refrigerator with these gorgeous bird magnets from Rust & Sunshine, created using the cut-outs found here. Simply print them on a thick, matte cardstock, laminate them, and add a magnet to the back.

10. Bird Seed Rings

Ready for the birds — or just have a donut pan that goes unused? Create these bird seed rings from Corner Blog and get ready to play host to dozens of multicolored, super-chipper visitors that will make sure you know it's spring.





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