Create an easy and quick Nordic inspired flower garland for a pretty update for Spring. This globally inspired DIY is part of The Global Styler series.
Hi there! How are you this week? We’ve been enjoying weather in the 60’s and thunder storms so I know sakura season is just around the corner. What better way to get ready for Spring then with some simple global inspired DIYs from the gals at The Global Styler? Today I’m sharing a sweet and simple Nordic inspired DIY flower garland. Make sure to scroll down to see what the other ladies are sharing!
DIY Nordic Flower Garland for Spring
What you need for a DIY flower garland:
- bakers string
- a handful of floral stems
- wire cutters
I used a couple of dollar store stems that were in my craft bin. I really like the dried faux floral mixed with yellow ball stems that were left over from a bouquet I bought years ago.
How to create a Nordic flower garland:
- First separate the stems from a faux floral bunch by trimming off 6 pieces about 6 inches long.
- In a contrasting floral stem, trim off 5 short pieces.
- Measure about 5 feet of bakers string (or customize it to your mantel or where you want to hang the garland!)
- Arrange your pieces so that you have alternating short and long ones. Start with the middle and tie a knot around the bottom of the stem. Evenly place out the remaining.
My yellow balls were attached to wire so I just bent the wire into a hook and hung them on the string.
I thought the darling little houses we picked up in Kyoto over the holidays were perfect for this globally inspired minimal vignette.
After all the cozy and warm layers for winter, it’s nice to have some cleaner lines and light layers for Spring.
I can’t wait to share more of our spring decor tomorrow along with 20 other bloggers this week.
Now let’s go see more Spring DIY inspiration from my friends!