Having fresh flowers in the house is an instant mood-lifter, especially in the spring when the flowerbeds just begin to wake up from winter and burst with bright colors.Whether you’re using flowers from your own yard or dressing up a store-bought bouquet, here are some creative DIY flower arrangements ideas to inspire you to fill your home with fresh blossoms.

Gilded Vases

Making your own flower arrangements is easier than you think. A few bright blooms make all the difference.

Give mason jars this pretty effect by using a foam brush to apply adhesive in small, irregular patches. After 30 minutes, once it turns clear, press on sheets of gold leaf. Get the tutorial at Country Living.

Overhead Roses

Making your own flower arrangements is easier than you think. A few bright blooms make all the difference.

Float flowers above your guests for a garden-inspired take on a chandelier. Get the tutorial at 100 Layer Cake.

Converted Colander Planter

Making your own flower arrangements is easier than you think. A few bright blooms make all the difference.

Give hanging flower pots a fun upgrade by planing blooms in colanders. Get the tutorial at Country Living.

Bathing Blooms

Making your own flower arrangements is easier than you think. A few bright blooms make all the difference.

Toss one of these cheeky rings in the shallow end to give your next pool party a bit of floral flair. Get the tutorial at Good House Keeping.

Peonies and Roses

Making your own flower arrangements is easier than you think. A few bright blooms make all the difference.

Shabby Chic designer Rachel Ashwell loosens up the formality of teatime by covering a spring table with miniature bouquets of roses and peonies. Get the tutorial at House Beautiful.

Lovely Letters

Making your own flower arrangements is easier than you think. A few bright blooms make all the difference.

This impressive party decor is much easier to make than it looks; Moist floral foam is forgiving enough for even novice DIYers to use, and keeps the blooms perky. Get the tutorial at Honestly Yum.

Vintage Milk Bottles

Making your own flower arrangements is easier than you think. A few bright blooms make all the difference.

This arrangement featured in Decorating with Flowers by Paula Pryke gets its charm from vintage milk bottles tied together with gardener’s twine.

Save these DIY floral arrangements for later! Don’t forget to follow A Matter of Style on Pinterest for more great decorating ideas or check out some of the gift decorations available in store.

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