If there is one thing I love about spring it is seeing all of the flowers pop up and bloom. Of course, most of the country won’t be seeing any real flowers in their yards for several weeks but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some spring indoors!
As you know, I love quick and easy crafts and this one is about as quick and easy as they come. It’s my 10-minute spring daffodils in a tea cup craft and it cost next to nothing.
All you need is a tea cup, some floral foam, Spanish moss and a small bunch of faux daffodils or another favorite flower.
I trimmed the floral foam to size (I used a sharp kitchen knife), snipped the individual daffodil stems and poked them in to the foam. Then I covered the foam with moss and that was it! So easy.
I already had the tea cup (from Anthropologie), the floral foam and the moss, so this project cost me about $1.
Simple, pretty and inexpensive projects make me happy!
P.S. Don’t forget to download the new bHome App and tell all your friends. It’s currently only available for iPhone and iPad but Android is on it’s way!
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