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There’s something about the springtime that screams new and fresh. I love to decorate my home during the last weeks of March and into April with a few spring-inspired pieces to brighten up each of the rooms.
I love tulips and wanted to do a centerpiece on my dining room table to bring spring into that area. I have been seeing these adorable wooden boxes on Instagram and Pinterest, and knew that I wanted to incorporate one of those somehow into my DIY Farmhouse centerpiece. I found the perfect items at Michaels and Hobby Lobby and wanted to share the outcome with you all. The best part? This is definitely a frugal project and will cost you under $15! I love that you can interchange the flowers throughout the year too!
Here are the items that you will purchase and where you can purchase them:
At Michaels, you will purchase the Tabletop Wood Tray by Ashland Please note that in-store there are 2 different sizes and they are both on sale this week for 60% off. The larger sized one is $19.99 with 60% off and the smaller one (the one that I purchased) is $16.99 with 60% off. In addition, you can get and extra 20% off sale items with the coupon HERE. Just show on your phone or mobile device. With the coupon, you will pay around $5.80 for the tray.
At Hobby Lobby, purchase 4 of the Open Top Glass Bottles on sale for $0.99 each and a bundle of the miniature tulips for $7.99. Use the 40% off coupon on the Hobby Lobby app for the tulips since they are not on sale this week. That should drop the price to $4.79 for the bundle. Your total should be under $15 for all of the items.
To assemble, simply cut apart your tulips and place them in the jars. Place the jars evenly in the wooden tray and voila, you have a new spring centerpiece that is both beautiful and versatile! Please send me a pic if you do this DIY project!