Spring Crafts to Decorate Your Apartment
Are you excited about the start of spring next month? The Azure Villas Blog is here to help you get excited about the season. Decorate your Pembroke Pines, FL apartment with fun and festive crafts! Get crafting with some of these easy ideas.
Bunny Chair Covers from Spoonful
This is a fun craft for people of all ages to make and enjoy. Make the backs of your dining room chairs look like adorable bunny rabbits. You will need felt, fabric glue or a needle and thread, pins, and repositionable glue. Perfect for Spring!
Egg Button Craft from A Cultivated Nest
For this craft you will need an 8x10-inch frame, a piece of 8.5x11-inch white cardstock paper, hot glue, an old toothbrush, a printable egg template pattern, and buttons in pink, teal, and purple (or other spring colors) in a variety of sizes.
Colorful Easter Chick Place Holders from Crafts by Amanda
These adorable place holders will help everyone know exactly where they are expected to sit for dinner this month. You will need plastic spoons, small terracotta pots, fine grit sandpaper, cardstock, white ribbon, white tissue paper, a hot glue gun, white craft glue, floral foam, a pencil with a new eraser, and craft paint in several different colors.
DIY Egg Shell Planter from Le Robin’s Nest
Reuse empty egg cartons and empty eggshells to create an adorable planter that can also double as a seasonal table centerpiece. Fill the empty eggshells with soil and small flowers and succulents and arrange them throughout the carton. The final product is like a beautiful miniature garden you can care for long after the first Sunday of the month.
Spring or Summer Yarn Wreath Tutorial from Just Misty
Use pastel-colored yarn and artificial flowers to create a wreath that is perfect to hang on the front door of your apartment for all to see this spring! Make this wreath using a styrofoam wreath form, silk spring flowers, pastel-colored yarns, and scotch tape. You can even keep this lovely wreath on display during summertime as well.
What is your favorite craft to make and display this time of year? Let us know in the comments.