Flowering Branches DIY

2 Materials
$2
20 Minutes
Easy

Does your home need a touch of Spring right about now??


Here’s a super-quick, super-easy way to add a fresh, Springtime vibe to your decor


And it’s really inexpensive too!

Remember the twigs and branches I used to decorate for Winter?


Well, you can transform them into flowering branches in just a few minutes:


(see how to shop your home and decorate with what you have HERE)

GET SOME INEXPENSIVE FLOWERS


I got these at the Dollar Store. They were 99 cents a stem.

REMOVE BLOSSOMS FROM STEMS


Pull the blossoms off of the stems and then remove the green plastic from the bottoms.

GLUE BLOSSOMS TO BRANCHES


Hot glue the blossoms to the branches. Be sure to place them so they look natural. Face them in different directions and put the buds toward the ends of the branches. (For the buds, you’ll need to glue the petals together at the bottom or they won’t stay closed.)


I found it worked better to squirt a small amount of hot glue onto a paper plate and dip the bottom of the blossom into it rather than to try to put the glue directly onto the flower.


So that’s all there is to it!

Just put your flowering branches into a container


And …


Chase away the Winter blues!


Extra points for you if you actually have real budding or blooming branches in your yard —


Cut some of those flowering branches and bring them inside!


In case you missed it, read HERE about another great way to bring Spring into your home

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  • Lynne Lynne on Mar 05, 2021

    really pretty! i might try with some of the branches that fell from my tree, and thanks for the idea.

  • Donna Donna on May 19, 2021

    Are you seriously great at everything you touch? This looks amazing!

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