#1. Dollar Store Vases
My Pottery Barn inspired burlap-wrapped vases are a fun and inexpensive way to show off some spring blooms! Cluster them on a platter or tray to create a centerpiece for more impact!
#2. Egg Cups
Plant small flowers such as violas in plain white egg cups and gather them on a vintage silver tray. A little Spanish moss adds to the texture.
I added mine to my vintage French spring vignette since violas have an old-fashioned feel that reminds me of my grandmother.
#3. Chalkboard Flower Pots
You can create fun little personalized gifts or add a seasonal greeting to these chalkboard flower pots! You can’t get much easier or less expensive than this!
#4. Painted and Découpaged Box
You can create this vintage-look planter box with a few supplies and an old Clementine box! And…I have even provided the label! I filled mine with lavender…a very frenchy favorite of mine!
#5. Flower Pot Man
My little grands love this one…a little flower pot man for your garden! Just choose a small plant to serve as his hair. My little man gets different hair each year just for fun. I have included detailed instructions for assembling him here.
#6. Picnic Basket Planter
A $4.00 thrift store find was transformed into this shabby picnic basket planter with just a few steps. Mine is waiting to be filled with begonias and added to my patio for the fifth summer…still a favorite!
#7. Pretty Pitcher
I love adding daffodils to one of my blue and white chinoiserie pitchers for a touch of spring! You can get a closer look and see the rest of the vignette here.
I have several white tureens that I love to fill with flowers to add a spring-y feel to my home. For this simple spring centerpiece, I just popped in several small pots of hyacinths wrapped in burlap and…voilà! Easy peasy!
#9. Vintage Ironstone Teapot
I have a small collection of Red Cliff ironstone pieces and this teapot is one of my favorites! Just add tulips for an early spring centerpiece!
#10. French Wire Egg Basket
Who says you can’t use a wire basket as a planter? I just wrapped some hyacinths in burlap to add texture and popped them in! They add the perfect touch to this simple and rustic spring centerpiece! Then once they stop blooming, just transfer them to your garden!
Miss Kitty, however, says that spring has not arrived for her until the pot of fresh catnip appears on the patio. I am already on the lookout!
What about you? Are you starting to add some flowers to your home?
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