Are you looking for some simple and savvy spring décor? Then this simple spring flower sconce is perfect for you. This sconce will look great in your space, whether it be your home or office, as it adds the perfect touch of spring. Easy and inexpensive to make, this simple flower sconce needs to be one of the crafts on your to do list this week! Take a look below at how you can craft your own!
Simple Spring Flower Sconce
Plastic storage container
Hot glue, glue gun
Fresh or silk flowers
We were able to find all of these items at our local crafting or hobby store. You can most likely find the small plastic storage containers where the glass items such as canning jars are sold. You can find the small burlap canvas pieces in with art and painting supplies.
1. Begin by removing the lid of the container. You won’t be needing it so feel free to recycle it.
2. Apply a generous dab of glue to the back of the container.
3. Press the container to the centre of the canvas. If you wish, you can measure before hand so you know you get it perfectly centred. This is up to you however, as we chose to just eye ball ours.
4. Press the container until the glue has dried and it is secure in place.
5. Fill the container with water. Add blooms of your choice.
Your sconce is now ready to hang! A simple nail or tack should hold the lip of the canvas frame just fine. As you can see, it adds the perfect pop of spring!
Gather your supplies and give this simple spring flower sconce a try. Make a pair if you are so inclined or even give one of these as a gift! It is a fun and frugal craft that can’t be beat!
Katie Femia is a wife and mother of three. She loves vintage finds, handmade goodness, the frugal life, and the long road to publication. She just published her first YA novel, Peacock Swamp|The Nine, and enjoys writing for children and adults alike.
Elizabeth Lampman is a coffee-fuelled Mom of 2 girls and lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She enjoys travelling, developing easy recipes, crafting, taking on diy projects, travelling and saving money!