I had five free minutes the other day, so you know what I did? Took a shower? No. Took a power nap? Nope. Ate something delicious? (No, I do that all the time when I’m nursing…poor Baby Bee is always covered in a light dusting of crumbs). For real. One morning I woke up and there was something dark in his bassinet and I freaked out until I realized it was a chocolate chip from the cookie I ate in the middle of the night when I got up with him. I guess it got stuck to him somehow.
Anywho, I made a quick spring craft that brightened up my day! Sometimes I just have to drop everything and do something creative, even if it is just a quick little project. I always feel refreshed when I take a few minutes to be a little bit artsy!
Plus, anytime I can get some fresh flowers in the house it’s a good thing!
You can make these fresh little vases as well, in just a few minutes.
So easy…just cut your mo into strips of the desired size, wrap around your jars, then wrap the twine around a few times and make a bow! I went with the bright green moss, but there are so many fun varieties of moss. You could use a brightly colored yarn or baker’s twine if you don’t want the natural look of the tan twine.
Then put your spring flowers in! I am loving tulips right now, but I also love lilacs and daffodils as well! Anything is going to look great with the fresh green moss.
What fun crafts have you been doing these days? What’s your favorite spring flower?
I love these! I’ve had it pinned for a while and I’ve seen tulips at the grocery store, so I think I’ll try it soon. Bring Spring inside! Thanks..
so cute, love it. keep up the creativity!
So pretty and so springy!! Love it!
These are so sweet. I love them. So “springy”.
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Love, love, love these! So springy and fun!
seriously LOVE!!! i might have to copy this if that’s ok :) did you get your moss at micheals? i think i saw some there and wondered what i could do with it…