Hello friends. I hope your week is going great so far. I have a super cute spring idea for you today which I’m excited to share with you.
This sweet Spring bulbs Kokedama arrangement is so fun to put together and I think it’s perfect for Spring.
I made these before but I wanted to make it a little more springy by using seasonal bulbs.
Here is the video of the process in case you want to make your own.
I love how the moss looks in this old wooden bowl.
I took these photos last week and I wish I had taken some today so you can see how pretty the hyacinths look blooming.
I also used a little Maidenhair fern as well and I love it….
To water these all you have to do is remove them from the bowl and place them in a bowl full of water for 15 minutes. The moss will absorb the water, let it drain and place back in the arrangement.
Please don’t forget to check out the rest of the beautiful vignettes below. Thank you to my dear friend Krista for putting this post together.
Simple Pink Spring Mantel Decor (with free printables) at The Happy Housie
How to Style Kitchen Shelves for Spring at Cassie Bustamante
Propagating Pothos as Simple Spring Mantel Decor at Grace in My Space
Spring Mantel Decor Trends at Hallstrom Home
Spring Bulb Centrepieces at Craftberry Bush
Early Spring Mantel at Finding Silver Pennies
How to Decorate Your Mantel for Spring at Modern Glam
Simple Spring Flower Mantel at Tatertots and Jello
A Traditional Spring Table Vignette at Sincerely, Marie Designs
Farmhouse Style Decor Idea for Spring at She Gave it a Go
Minimalist Spring Mantel Decor at Cherished Bliss
Neutral Spring Mantel at Two Twenty One
Serene Living Room and Mantel at House by Hoff
Seasonal Simplicity Spring Mantel at Willow Street Interiors
Butterfly Spring Mantel at Life is a Party
Spring Vignettes & a Hyacinth Printable at Deeply Southern Home
Free Spring Coffee Bar Printable at My Sweet Savannah
How to Decorate for Spring for Free at This is Our Bliss
Easy Spring Decorating in the Living Room at Maison de Cinq
Spring Mantel with Large Floral Art at Place of My Taste