Spring is in the air! Let’s reflect the change of seasons with a pretty farmhouse style Spring centerpiece that takes less than 15 minutes to make!
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Hello and welcome to this month’s Farmhouse Hens challenge. We are all sharing Spring centerpiece ideas. Hopefully these will inspire you to make a pretty centerpiece for your home.
One thing I love about this talented group of bloggers is everyone’s project is always so unique.
That’s great because if my project isn’t your cup of tea, you will definitely find a Spring centerpiece you like from one of the other bloggers.
I’m all about quick and easy home decorating ideas and you can’t get much easier than this farmhouse style Spring centerpiece. Let me show you how easy this came together.
How To Make A Farmhouse Spring Centerpiece
Spring Centerpieces Supplies
How to Make a Farmhouse Style Spring Centerpiece
Choose a long narrow vessel for your centerpiece. This olive bucket is one of my favorites and it definitely has the farmhouse look I love! Check out the gorgeous patina and the rusty copper handles:
Cut the floral foam to fit inside the olive bucket making sure it fits nice and snug. We don’t want any of our flowers falling out, especially if it is going to be used outside on a covered porch or patio.
Gather your floral stems and arrange them in the olive bucket. I chose to add the forsythia stems first arranging them around the outer edge first, then adding them in the center.
Add the purple stems as an accent color to the middle and around the base.
That’s it-you are done! This centerpiece can be placed on your dining room table, or used in a Vignette on a buffet. You can also use it outside if it is covered.
The great thing is, you can easily remove the Spring stems when the season is over and save them for next year. Olive buckets are so versatile and can be used for real flowers as well.
Check out this Spring centerpiece from last year using tulips here:
You can also see how I paired olive buckets in a Spring Tablescape here:
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