A DIY spring centerpiece is the perfect way to add a cheerful pop of color to your home this season!

I have pedestal candle holders sprinkled all throughout my house, so figured why not give one a little spring makeover. You can find the pedestal style candle holders pretty much anywhere. I’ve seen them at Michaels, Amazon, Hobby Lobby, thrift stores, and Walmart. They are typically inexpensive and very easy to find.

You will be so surprised at how simple this spring arrangement is to create!

Artificial Floral Arrangement Perfect for Spring

This DIY Spring Centerpiece is full of pretty greenery, wildflowers, and tulips. For this project, you will need floral foam. You can purchase half floral foam balls, but we only had the whole foam balls on hand, so we just cut one in half and it worked perfectly.

Be sure to glue your floral foam to the top of the candle holder before you start and give it time to dry and set. The foam needs to be securely attached to the candle holder before you begin placing your flowers on it. We chose to use pinks and purples in this arrangement, but you can use any color combination you like. *Some links in this post may lead to websites where we are an affiliate. Click [HERE] for our disclosure statement.*

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I think this spring arrangement turned out so pretty, and it was so much fun to create. This can be made with any combinations of flowers you choose, but I really think the tulips are fun for spring! You can even add faux eggs, carrots, or bunny ears to give it a cute Easter vibe if you want to. Let us know if you give this DIY spring floral project a try and go here for another cute DIY spring table arrangement idea!


Pink and purple spring table arrangement

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