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Super Easy Dollar Tree Spring Flower Display

Are you looking to add a pop of color to your home or create a simple Spring flower display? Then this super easy DIY project is perfect for you! Using affordable items from Dollar Tree, you can create a beautiful and budget-friendly spring flower display that will add a touch of charm to your home decor. Follow these simple step-by-step instructions and get inspired to create a stunning display.

Artificial flowers in a pink vase displayed on a table

Pink vase near a bundle of artificial flowers

Materials Required:

- Artificial flowers of your choice. I selected a few purples, lighter pinks, and some white flowers.

- 1 vase or candle holder. They have different colors and styles to choose from. I found the pink glass candle holder perfect for my project.

Steps to create a flower display:

1. Arrange your flowers by placing some leaves and a few smaller flowers in the front of your display.

2. Place a few of your white flowers in the middle.

3. Fill both sides and back of your display with purple and pink flowers.

4. Finally, add your green leaves to the back of your display. 

Spring flower display

Spring flower display

You're all set! Enjoy your beautiful Spring flower display. I purchased all the materials from my local Dollar Tree store. 

I'd appreciate your feedback. Do you like easy DIY projects? Are you currently working on something new? Please share your thoughts in the comments below.



  1. That is a very pretty flower arrangement! Love the color-combination as well. Your candle holder vase is divine.


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