Spring Into the Season With These Delightful DIYs

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Felt Veggie Garden

Felt Veggie Garden

Keep kids learning and having fun with an adorable DIY felt veggie garden.

Photo by: Jennie Andrews

Jennie Andrews

It may not feel like it in many parts of the country, but spring is only a few short days away! Personally, I can’t wait to pack up my winter coat and boots in favor of sundresses and sandals. And I have a feeling I’m not alone. If you, like me, are anxiously awaiting the arrival of warmer weather, these adorable videos are bound to put a spring in your step.

Starting Seeds

Easy Eggshell Seed Starters 01:15

Learn how to give seeds a happy starter home by planting them in recycled eggshells.

It’s not too late to start your seeds, and this helpful video makes it super easy. First step: plant your seeds. Second step: omelet! Sounds like a pretty good day to me.

Felt Veggie Garden

DIY Felt Veggie Garden 01:43

Give your kids a new, educational play area with this felt veggie garden.

To get your little one in on the action, try your hand at this sweet felt veggie garden. It’s an hour or two of crafting for months and months of fun.

Address Planter

Modern House Number Wall Planter 00:58

Make your own address wall planter with a few simple steps and your favorite faux succulents.

To give your house a simple spring facelift, consider this lovely, modern address planter. Faux succulents mean easy care, but real plants are always a win.

Garden Markers

DIY Spoon Garden Markers 00:48

Learn how to transform wooden spoons into colorful garden markers.

Keep your precious plantings in order with DIY garden markers. Colorful wooden spoons are an inexpensive option that look right at home in a field of veggies.

Seed Bombs

DIY Seed Bombs 01:01

Get beautiful blooms with seed bombs made from upcycled scrap paper.

If you’re more interested in a less-manicured look, these DIY seed bombs are the way to go. Stock up on wildflower seeds, and your garden will be bursting with color in no time.

Flower Foods

6 Ways to Use Edible Flowers 00:28

Brighten your day with one of these delicious floral treats.

When you’re ready to reap the rewards, go above and beyond a simple bouquet. These drool-worthy ideas for edible flowers are just as tasty as they are gorgeous.

Cat Garden

How to Plant a Cat Garden 01:03

Learn how to plant a cat garden and fill it with herbs your cat will love.

Don’t forget your furry friend. Keep your kitty happy all year with an indoor garden featuring his favorite treats.

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