Hanging Flower Display | Spring #DIY πŸŒΈπŸŒ»πŸ’πŸŒ·πŸŒΌπŸ’•

Goodmorning gals! πŸŒΈπŸŒ»

Welcome back to LexRayn.com! If you’re new around here, hi! I’m Lex. Feel free to follow my blog through WordPress or by email, it’s a good time here!

I hope all of your weeks have been off to a fantastic start and end even better. After this Friday passes, I can check off week 9 in my planner and happily say I’ve made it half way through my spring semester! These weeks are zooming by which makes me so darn happy! Spring is sneaking up on us and we are slowly but surely inching our way towards the end of the semester. My heart is just so full and happy as I’m sitting here writing this post, sipping on my coffee, listening to Girl Boss radio. I’m so excited for this next season soon to come and to say goodbye to the snow. I love fresh starts and knowing that the next few weeks will be bringing us a warmer season and some sunshine is so very comforting! I cannot wait to wear sandals and dresses every day, go on bike rides, and go get coffee and sit outside taking in the sunshine. It’s going to be a fun time and hopefully, it’ll help my blogging schedule stay intact! Other than that, I’m back with a new #DIY post for y’all and I hope you love it! Since I’m feeling the spring feels, it’s spring themed. WOOoOOooOoo, let’s get started! πŸ™‚ πŸŒΈπŸŒ»πŸ’πŸŒ·πŸŒΉπŸŒΌ

So my sister decided to switch up her room for the new season and she inspired me to make one of these hanging flower displays. If you want to recreate, here’s what you’ll need: Yard/String, Scissors, hot glue gun/glue, flowers, and a twig (lol).

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Step 1: I cut 6 pieces of yarn all at random lengths, but longer than I wanted them to be because I am going to cut them at the end once all the flowers are on!

Step 2: Tie once piece of the yarn at both ends of the twig so when it hangs it appears as a triangle shape.

Step 3: Now, tie the other 5 pieces of yarn on the twig to allow them to hang the opposite direction.

Step 4: Pick out a patterned flow for the flowers and tie them onto each piece of yarn in whichever way you prefer.

Step 5: After all the flowers are tied on tight, cut off the excess yarn and add a little hot glue to secure the hold on the flowers.

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Allllllll done!! How simple was that?!

This #DIY is probably one of my favorites I’ve ever done, it’s so simple and turned out perfect. It was surprisingly very therapeutic sitting down and tieing all the flowers on, which makes crafting even better when you genuinely enjoy it. I hope y’all loved this little #DIY as much as I did. If you have any questions about the steps feel free to ask and let me know if you recreate it in the comments below!

Well, that’s all for today’s post. My thankfulness for your support is endless. Don’t forget to leave links to your blogs and instas, as I would love to check them out and follow you all and connect more. As always, feel free to shoot me a message with blog requests, to chat, or share a simple comment, I am more than happy to talk to you lovelies! I hope you all have the best Thursday. Talk to y’all soon! Xoxo.

Stay chic,

Lexi πŸŒ»πŸŒ»

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