DIY Spring Farmhouse Style Projects are the focus for our Friday’s Fun Read. We have 3 flexible DIY crafts with materials that you probably have around the house or can buy at the Grocery Store. And now some big craft stores have curb side pick-up, which is an option too. But remember to always hold on to those scraps of ribbon, wine corks or mason jars … you never know when they will come in handy! Enjoy your weekend with a DIY craft, Farmhouse Style!
DIY Spring Farmhouse Style
First, Mason Jar Ideas from Blog Site, yesterdayontuesday.com
Mason Jars are so versatile and with these ideas, the options seem endless.
Expert crafter or not, you can always fill a Mason Jar with flowers or cut herbs like parsley from the grocery store or greens from the backyard. Guaranteed to perk up your home, Farmhouse Style.
So, gain inspiration from these examples. Use what you have on hand to truly make it your own unique DIY.
DIY Farmhouse Style, Wine Corks
Second, what to do with wine corks? I use them to fill jars, candle holders. Or I give them to people who use them for woodworking projects like making trivets. And below in Our Kitchen Remodel on the island is a simple galvanized metal Farmhouse Style candle holder with a large 3 wick candle in the center that was given to me as a gift. Large candle holders are so versatile. Just fill up a portion around the candle being mindful of safety first.
Not crazy about wine corks? Make it your own! Add seasonal, special occasion or holiday decor. It doesn’t get easier than this!
DIY Hand-Stamped Herb Planters
Third, an all-time favorite DIY of ours. With Spring in the air, my mind drifts outside to gardening. So, preparing herb pots for spring will be fun. Most likely you have some old pots & paint hanging around. And some grocery stores carry herb plants. But if not, at least we have the pots ready! So it just comes down to the lettering. No worries there, use a sharpie for a handwritten label. As a side note, painted pots make a great gift too!
Lastly, these DIY projects inspire us to make it our own. Because that is what DIY is all about, using what you have on hand to create what you like. So be creative and use what you have at home for a unique one-of-a-kind DIY Farmhouse Style!
Thanks for stopping in today, we hope you’ve left inspired ~ Nancy
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