Have you decorated for Spring yet? I decided on St. Patrick’s Day that the green decor was coming down and I was getting the Spring and Easter decor out. Once I had it all out, I thought I need a couple more small things to add to it, so I went and picked some up! Are these small potted Spring flowers not the cutest!?
Of course I headed to The Wood Connection to find these. I decided that I would try to find some paper to use from my very large stash, rather than picking up some more. All of the paper that I used is Echo Park, but it isn’t all from one line. 🙂
For this large flower, I painted the flower center and the outside of the flower yellow, then I painted everything else white.
Before the yellow paint dried on the flower center, I dipped it in glitter. Glitter makes everything more fun, doesn’t it? Also, I decided right at the end to dry brush some pink from the other flower, onto the edges of the yellow. I love what it adds.
For the pot, I couldn’t pass up putting paper on the beadboard, it is one my favorite things to do to add a little bit more pop of color. To finish the pot off after all the paper was on, I tied the ribbon on.
Isn’t the shape of the small flower, just so cute?! I love it! I decided to go pink for this cute flower, and I love polka dots, so you can’t go wrong with those. I mixed my own paint to get the perfect shade of pink for the flower edges, painted the center a turquoise color that I have, and then everything else was painted white on this one as well. I love the orange patterned paper that I found to use for the pot. I think it’s a fun one. Once I had this one all put together, I just finished it off by tying some green ribbon around the stem.
So what do you think? Does this make you wish you had some fun Potted Spring Flowers too? I think these are sure going to brighten my day, every time I see them!
Tia @ Events To Celebrate says
These are adorable! Found you on The Inspiration Gallery! 🙂
SO SO SO Cute! I have got to get my act together and head over to the Wood Connection! Sheesh!Darling idea!
Amy at Ameroonie Designs says
I am going to have to go get some of these! LOVE!!
Summer Rumsey says
Amy these are adorable! I think I have a wood set I bought from Wood Connections last year that I never finished – I need to get these out and put them together! So cute!
Emily @ The Benson Street says
So fun and springy!!! Loving it!
Emily @ http://www.thebensonstreet.com
Isabelle Thornton says
Super cute! I can’t wait for flowers in Utah! I would love if you link this to my Link party on Monday!
So cute and yes I’m ready for spring 🙂
It is so cheerful!… I loved it!!!
Leslie Germain says
Love this, Amy. I need to try it.
These are beautiful! The patterns and colors you selected are absolutely perfect for spring!
I’d be thrilled if you’d link up at this week’s Off the Hook!
Un fiore di Crilà says
These decoration are so cute!
Kristina Manscill says
So cute! These make me so happy!
So cute! I love the wood connection too! Thanks for sharing.
Julia Forshee says
These flowers are perfect for me. I tend to kill everything else because I forget to water them 🙂 Whoops! I know our readers would love this, too. We have a weekly link up party going on now (Thursdays), and we would love to see this post and/or any others you would like to share at allthingswithpurpose.com. Hope to see you soon!
Mandy Beyeler says
Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at http://www.SugarBeeCrafts.com – you were featured yesterday!
– – Mandy, Sugar Bee Crafts
Ruthie Knudsen says
Just stopping by to let you know you were featured at Super Saturday Show & Tell this week! Come grab a button http://www.whatscookingwithruthie.com AND party again with me 🙂
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These are adorable! I really love how colorful they are. Just might need to put these on my list. Thanks for sharing.
I’d love for you to check out our Pattern Party! Those with free patterns and templates to share are invited to link up!
Thanks so much for linking up at last week’s Off the Hook! Your adorable project has been featured this week.
Love these wood flowers Amy! Included them in my All Wood Spring Projects Roundup! http://www.ribbonsandglue.com/wood-projects-for-spring-easter-diy.html