Roundup: 10 Easy DIYable Spring Centerpieces

By: Diy maven Apr 05, 2013

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There's still snow on the ground where I live, so I'm doing all I can to bring a breath of spring indoors. These easy spring centerpieces do just that. They're pretty enough for parties and simple enough to make any day special.

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These first ideas pair flowers with fruit. Doing so is more economical as they make the flowers go a long way, and, of course, the fruit is edible.

All we need is a big terracotta saucer for this one.

Surprising and super cute, these oranges as vases are it.

If you have a hurricane on hand, this one is even simpler, and there's no flower 'waste' afterward.

Next we're going to take a look at projects that utilize serve ware we might have on hand.

Have a compote? Then this idea from Martha is not only lovely, it will give height to a tablescape.

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No compote? No worries. These inverted wineglasses do double duty as floral displays and candle holders. 

I'd buy eggcups just to copy this idea from Martha Stewart. Soooo sweet.

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Creative re-use dominates our discussion next. Ordinary terracotta pots are give a coat of white paint and ordained with real grass in this easy project.

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So pretty and delicate, this project uses multiple, identical vases, but glass juice or tea bottles would work too! (Who doesn't love 'shopping' in their recycling bin?)

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Tin cans have never looked cuter than they do here: 

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Not sure if you'd want to actually use USED take out containers for this one--or maybe you would. Anyway, take out containers, like the ones pictured below can be found at craft stores or the dollar stores for a buck or so. 

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