Spring flowers represent the end of dreary winter weather!
Even if it’s a bit early to be finding these blooms in your garden, many of them are readily available in grocery stores and garden centers making it easy for you to add spring cheer to your home right now.
Don’t hide your teacups in the cabinet. Pull them out and fill them with beautiful tulips! If you don’t already have any pretty teacups, check local thrift stores.
Wrap tin cans or containers from the dollar store with pretty wrapping paper and fill with spring flowers. Group them together for high impact!
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Make a lovely neutral display with white tulips displayed in a white fluted bowl with twigs, a bird’s nest and bits of reindeer moss added.
A wooden tray makes a great container for corralling mini clay pots filled with individual tulips and bits of deer moss. Add a few dyed eggs and this will carry you straight through to Easter.
Place mini clay pots filled with daffodils and bits of grass on a tiered cupcake stand. This is another idea where you can replace some of the flowers with dyed eggs to turn it into an Easter vignette.
Flowering branches qualify as spring flowers too!
Group several glass jars filled with crabapple blossoms together for a pretty vignette.
The simplicity of a single glass vase filled with faux cherry tree blossoms is beautiful and serene.
What better way to complete this roundup than with an urn filled with a stunning display of a variety of spring flowers, greenery and birdhouses!