Spring has sprung, and what better way to welcome the new season than with a beautiful and vibrant door basket? This easy DIY project is perfect for anyone who wants to add a touch of springtime cheer to their home. In this post, I’ll walk you through the steps of creating a simple yet stunning door basket filled with colorful tulips.
It’s that time of the month again where some of my blogging friends and I do a Pinterest Challenge, hosted by my friend Cindy from County Road 407. This month’s challenge was a spring door decor. I’ll be sharing a simple springtime door basket with tulips.
If you have made your way here from Laura at Everyday Edits I am so glad you’re here! Wasn’t her spring door decor so pretty? Definitely spring inspiring!
If you are new to my Cottage in the Mitten, my name is Kim, and I’m so glad you’re here!
“Flowers are like friends; they bring colour to your world.” – Unknown
Some of you may be asking what exactly is a Pinterest Challenge. Well, let me tell you. Each month, we are given an inspiration photo and we then create our own version of it. It’s such a creative and fun time sharing our masterpieces with friends!
This month’s inspiration comes from Karen at Sanctuary Home Decor.
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Springtime Door Basket – Supplies
The supplies for this particular door decor are minimal. Therefore, you may have some of these supplies in your home decor stash already.
- Moss or floral block
- Large zip lock baggie (if using moss)
- Faux flowers
- Real tulips
- Floral water tubes
- Window suction cups
Creating the Basket
For my interpretation I used faux and real flowers. Honestly, I have so many faux flowers that it seemed a waste not to use those. The tulips I cut from my own gardens. I did need to purchase the heather.
Most times, when I create a floral arrangement I use those green floral blocks. Because my basket was see through I didn’t want to use the green floral blocks. Therefore, I used some natural moss and put it inside a large zip lock bag. Using the clear zip lock bag provented the moss from sticking out through the holes of the basket.
First, I used the faux pathos and heather on either side of the basket. The nice thing about faux is that you can bend the branches to look the way you want. I then added the faux peonies and white hydrangeas.
Lastly, I ran out to my yard and cut some of my tulips. Since the squirrels and rabbits have loved eating my tulips this spring, I was happy to cut some down for my enjoyment! I placed each one in a water tube and added them to my basket.
You can easily make this kind of basket arrangement with branches and whatever florals you have growing in your yard and use it on the inside of your door or on the outside.
A Simple Springtime Door Basket with Tulips
I sure hope you enjoyed my simple springtime door basket with tulips. This was such a simple project and one that the flowers can be changed out throughout the seasons.
Next up, is my friend Cindy from County Road 407. You are going to love the beautiful Mother’s Day gift she has created!
Happy door decorating!