DIY Easter Bouquet

Everyone has that one thing they turn to whenever they need a pick me up or a place to relax their mind. Mine just so happens to be crafting. I love basically anything to do with crafts whether it’s quilting, embroidery, painting, or arranging flowers to make some home décor. This weekend I stopped at our local Dollar Tree and found these beautiful flowers. I knew they would brighten up my kitchen  and I just had to have them. Luckily, I had enough flowers to make an arrangement for my friendly neighbor lady as well. So not only did it brighten my day, I was able to share my joy with someone else. Win, win!

To get started on the bouquet, I purchased 9 sets of various flowers, a tin vase, floral foam, and Easter egg decorations.

First, add the floral foam to your vase, or tin. Add your flowers one by one, arranging them accordingly to your liking.


One set of flowers happened to be butterflies, which really stand out in the bouquet.

Bouquets can be arranged several different ways. Once you have grown tired of your bouquet, add new flowers. Or you can just rearrange it again, and it will feel like a new bouquet again. My completed project brought a lot of joy and color to our home. Two bouquets cost me $12, so I only paid $6.00 a piece to make each. These are great to make and share. What better way to bring in Spring than sharing one of these with a loved one or neighbor? When I dropped this bouquet off to my neighbor, she told me that she had just gotten out of the hospital and this made her day. Little did she know that it made my day as well just to see the joy it brought to her. Share the love and spread the joy 🙂



15 thoughts on “DIY Easter Bouquet

  1. I love the colours! I’m totally going to try this. Being one to not care for decor or to decorate for specific occasions, except christmas (which I still up by the way), this is easy, fun, and bright for spring! Thanks for sharing!


  2. I need to make one or two of these to have around our house! These are so cute! I’ll have to get the material this weekend to make!


  3. this is super cute and festive. I love the colors and that you added eggs! I do not decorate for Easter but this is something I can do to add some festiveness to the table


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