A simple farmhouse style spring DIY is the perfect way to decorate your home on a budget. Find out how I created cozy spring vibes using simple supplies.
Simple Cozy Spring DIY
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Simple Spring DIY
There is nothing better than a simple DIY to cozy up your home. Living in Upstate NY, our winters are always long so around this time I start looking for simple ways to bring in spring vibes while we wait for the weather to warm up.
Simple Spring DIY Supplies:
Flower pots (I used vintage clay pots, but THESE would also be perfect)
And of course a good cup of tea!
Rip a square piece of foil, fold it in half diagonally, and roll it into a strip.
Start wrapping the foil strip around the base of the candle.
Press the foil wrapped base into the clay pot. Be sure the bottom of the candle is touching the bottom of the pot and firmly press the aluminum foil around it to start securing it in its place.
Continue to make strips of foil and press it around the candle to hold it in place. Do this until you are about one centimeter from the top of the pot.
Add your moss around the foil to hide the foil. I think loose moss will work best but I happened to have sheet moss on hand so that is what I used. If you use sheet moss, simply cut out the middle and wrap it around the candle.
Simple Spring DIY
That’s it, it is that simple! These little candle pots are so simple to make and versatile in decor. I placed some in a vintage inspired sugar mold from Decor Steals and others individually on our mantle. Eventually I plan to make some more in different size pots as well.
I hope you enjoyed this simple cozy spring DIY. If you are looking for ways to make your home cozy but also fresh for spring, this may be the perfect solution! I love the coziness of the candles paired with the vintage clay pots. If you try this DIY be sure to tag me so I can share!
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