DIY Spring Nest Centerpiece

3 Materials
1 Hour

Faux flowers have come a long way! I used tulips and daffodils to create a gorgeous Spring nest centerpiece that is a beautiful way to welcome Spring! Make sure to visit my blog DIY Beautify to check out all my home decor ideas, crafts and tutorials!

I started with a round shallow basket and some twig garland. I snipped the wire that held the garland together, allowing it to open up. Then I simply wrapped it around the basket. It naturally wants to close on itself, so I didn't secure it at all. It makes a beautiful nest look.

Next, I cut a foam floral block in half and placed it securely in the basket.

I used scissors to snip 1-2" of the plastic stem from each flower, making sure to leave the wire in place.

This made it easy to secure the floral stems in the foam.

I added the flowers one by one, staggering the heights a little as well as the type of flower, to make it look attractive.

I kept adding these amazing, realistic faux flowers (about 45) until it looked full. To disguise the foam, I used Spanish moss and some reindeer moss and just covered up the green foam.

The result is a gorgeous centerpiece, made from faux flowers! Perfect for Spring decorating!

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  • Rosemary Rosemary on Mar 08, 2021

    I noticed your total price was $30 but you used 45 fake flowers. Where did you purchase your flowers that would make this so reasonable?

    Love the rustic and natural charm!


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