Easy Daffodil Centerpiece

daffodil centerpiece

How to make easy Daffodil centerpiece is something I love to create for spring. How about you? Do you have a go to spring flower you love to add to your home?

If you are visiting from Bushel and a Pickle, her idea for an early spring table is pretty, isn’t it?

Links all the Blogger’s participating in this Tour will have links at the bottom of my post. I hope you visit each one because they are truly talented.

Here’s a Little Myself Before I Share My Easy Floral Centerpiece

If you are new to Cloches & Lavender welcome my name is Cindy. I love making our house a home. Also, I particularly enjoy adding vintage and rustic touches to our home is my passion. I enjoy sharing our home and our dogs Reeses & Peanut with you.

Incidentally, I recently did share a personal battle HERE. I hope you take a look specifically to see a more personal side to my life.

I live in Northern New Jersey and have live here my entire life.

Also, I have MS and have never let it stop me from creating and sharing painting furniture, pieces too. I truly believe never giving up and staying as active as kept me strong.

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Spring Blog Tour and my Two Favorite Florals

Well, for me there are two flowers that truly bring me complete joy in spring. One is the Daffodil, and the other is dried Hydrangeas. By the way both of these are perfect flowers for centerpieces. Of course, drying hydrangeas is a must in our home every fall!

Today is also a Spring Blog Tour I am taking part in with some of my favorite blogging friends. The plan is to usher in spring with centerpieces, crafts and DIY’s. Can you think of anything better than spring inspiration being shared among friends?

But today I am touching on Daffodils and a centerpiece. These beautiful flower bulbs have been making me happy for the most part since I can remember.

These bulbs also were one of my grandmother’s favorites. Unfortunately, I lost her when I was eight years old. However, I know if she was able to be with me, I know I would have been close to her.

I remember telling mom when young these flowers remind me of old fashion telephones. I have a memory of my mom giggling and saying I have a great imagination.

Incidentally, a few falls ago I was determined to add these in front of our shed. On a chilly fall day my husband went back with me, and we began the process of adding these spring bulbs to the ground.

See this was a big day for me because it’s the first time since we moved here, I had the ability to use my walker and get in our backyard. We did plant 100 of these spring beauties in an assortment of colors. The day brought us so much joy being out in the yard together.

Adding These Spring Flowers in a Simple Daffodil Centerpiece in an Antique Crate

First off, I have had these Narcissus, for some time. Unfortunately, they are now sold out, but I did find these HERE.

How to Make Easy Daffodil Centerpiece daffodils I added to the crate

Next, I did add black seedling cups with a piece of Styrofoam inside and added three Narcissus stems in five of these. This process takes minutes to complete.

How to Make Easy Daffodil Centerpiece the flowers in a plastic seedling cup with Styrofoam
Adding the plastic seedling cp to the box

After adding these I turn mason jars upside down to give me a base for this easy craft idea. For the most part, I did this so Spanish moss can be added for texture to this Daffodil arrangement.

How to Make Easy Daffodil Centerpiece mason jars upside down

Incidentally, if you are looking for a 5-minute spring craft check HERE.

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Adding Spanish Moss to my Arrangement

Now I began the process of adding green Spanish moss to my flower arrangement. This is easy however very messy. Filling the rest of the centerpiece with moss also gave me a base to add more Narcissus bulbs to my floral arrangement.

adding green Spanish moss
Adding more green Spanish moss to the centerpiece

Once the moss has been added I immediately added more and more flowers to the centerpiece. This process is especially fast to accomplish.

Lastly, I did add my signature, a rusty crown to the edge of my flower arrangement. Also, I nestled in a bird nest I created too!

How to Make Easy Daffodil Centerpiece showing a rusty crown hanging on the side of the crate

Here I added a bird nest that takes 5 minutes to make. And boy does this look like the real thing!

Adding a bird nest that can be made in 5 minutes

You may also enjoy this craft HERE especially because it’s easy and less expensive than buying these already finished.

How to Make Easy Daffodil Centerpiece on my buffet with moss balls on candlesticks

Now please visit Kimberly from Farmhouse to Florida to see her garden style mantel it’s so pretty!

I hope you enjoyed how to make easy Daffodil centerpiece. Do you enjoy spring flowers too? I’d love to know which is your favorite.

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Spring Blog Tour

This is a great time to see to see more Spring Inspiration? Well today, we are sharing centerpieces, craft and DIY’S for the upcoming spring season!

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

42 thoughts on “Easy Daffodil Centerpiece

  1. This is lovely! Perfect for getting us all ready for spring. Thank you, Cindy for pulling all of us together for this hop!

  2. Super cute, my friend. You inspired me to go get my wooden box and create this gorgeous arrangement. I hope that you will share this on the Fabulous Friday Link Party. You can find it on my website. Hugs to you.

  3. Cindy this is such a wonderful project! I must make one for my dining room table! Thanks for hosting and doing such a fabulous job while under the weather!

  4. Cindy, I love this wooden box with the faux flowers and moss. It looks so beautiful in your space. Now I will be on the hunt for a wooden box.

  5. That is such an absolutely beautiful centerpiece. Love the rustic wood box. So cute that you thought they look like old fashioned telephones. I love tulips in the spring and I added daffodils to my planting this fall so I can’t wait to see them come up.

  6. Just pinned this GORGEOUS centerpiece, Cindy, it’s amazing and the perfect way to add a French flair to the spring season. Hugs, CoCo

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