by Bailey LeRoux
As winter winds to a close and spring prepares to bounce its way back into town, we start to spend a little more time thinking about the outdoors. There is something so wonderfully Texan about a well-designed front porch, which is why we loved sharing tips in our magazine about how to maximize the space that welcomes people into your home. Now, for all the crafters out there, we’d like to go a step farther and share a little front porch crafting inspiration.
This wreath is for sale on Etsy, but we think if you get in touch with that old hot-glue gun, you could easily make your own version at home.
A nice oval frame around a floral initial? Perfect wreath alternative for the front door! Tutorial here:
You know those multi-functional pallets that bulk delivery trucks use to transport canned-food and bananas? They make beautiful planters.
The evergreen topiaries that you don’t have to protect from the unpredictable spring freeze that Texas is so fond of.
Yet another wreath! This one is a great way to celebrate the new life of spring by getting your green on and recycling those egg cartons.
Feeling inspired? Share your spring crafts with us! Include a picture of your spring creation in the comments below.