I love hanging wall baskets. They are great for walls and even doors. I love that you can customize them and easily change them out seasonally.
For spring I created this this beautiful spring floral basket using all the supplies from Hobby Lobby. I’m excited to share it with you so you can create this beauty yourself too.
Sometimes walking into Hobby Lobby or any craft store can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to choosing florals. I could spend hours playing around with different arrangements. I find it so therapeutic.
I wanted to share this arrangement with you so you have a list of all the supplies you need to recreate this yourself.
I like choosing florals that have different texture and dimension so it’s visually appealing. I love how the 3 florals I choose for this arrangement look together.
- Woven Rattan Wall Basket
- 1 Ivory Mini Rose and Leaf Bush
- 3 Cream Astilbe Bush
- 1 Navy Molopospermum Bush
- 2 1/2 inch taupe and white buffalo chicken ribbon
I love the ivory mini rose and leaf bush. When it’s one sale it’s only $9.99 and you get a lot of bang for your buck. This alone looks beautiful!
Next I added 3 of the cream astilbe bush. I love the texture of this and how it compliments the the other florals. For $3.50 a bush on sale you can’t beat the price!
Lastly I added 1 navy molopospermum bush. I love the subtle pop of color and texture of this bush and was the final touch this arrangement needed. I tucked it into the center of the arrangement then really fluffed it out.
When creating arrangements fluffing is key to give it wispy look or you can the stems with wire cutters and use floral foam and arrange it like that.
I prefer keeping the stems in tacked, especially in arrangements like this so I can use the stems later in other arrangements.
Finally I wrapped the basket with some ribbon. I love how it looks and makes it look like something you’d see at a craft show. I know I say that often, but that is how I think when I do these crafts and DIY’s.
I hope this gives you some inspo for creating one for your home. This looks so pretty hung on a wall or door. I am thinking of making another one to hang on my double front doors. The most important thing when creating arrangements is to have fun and do what makes you happy.