Make A Spring Fresh Centerpiece! (with printables)

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Hey friends! I’m thrilled to have Aunt Ruthie back today to share her sweet talents and hear with us! ~ChristyUntitled design (2)

Well, howdy from the Ozark hills of Branson, Missouri! I can’t tell you how excited I am that spring is just around the corner! To see bright green leaves on the trees and the dogwood bloomin’ well, it just makes me want to click my heels and shout Hallelujah! To get a jump start on this glorious season I came up with a super easy way to add some color and delight to my home with a vintage flair! I made labels out of some old-timey seed packet images, glued them on some jars and added some cheery flowers. Hooray for Spring!!

All you need to do is print the seed packet images on the computer, gather some scissors, silk flowers, rubber cement glue and some smooth sided jars (these don’t have embossing on the front so you can adhere a label easily. You can find them at Michaels or Amazon).

Cut the vintage seed packet images that you’ve printed, and glue them on the front of the jar. I use Elmer’s Rubber Cement glue because when you want to take the label off, you can easily peel it, kind of like a Post-it note…so no soaking the jar to remove the seed packet label…yay!
baby blue eyes spf

Add some silk flowers and lo and behold you are left with this darling and cheerful Spring Fresh Centerpiece!
sweet william spf

I got my flowers from Michaels at 40% off. I already had the jar and glue so I made this for about $3.50.
daisy spf

This is such an easy way to bring a touch of Spring cheer into your home! I’ve included the printables for these vintage seed packets just for you! Simply click on any photo below and choose “save” to save it to your computer and then print out. You can also go to Pinterest to find more.

**Baby Blue seed packet**

**daisy seed packet**

**sweet william**


Well, I hope this inspires you to celebrate the glories of Springtime!

Say howdy in the comment section below!

Bless your family…make home sweet!

Aunt Ruthie

from Sugar Pie Farmhouse

Get to know Aunt Ruthie below, you’ll be glad you did!

Howdy! Meet Aunt Ruthie from the Ozark hills of Branson, Missouri. She’s a happily married mama of four and  “Honey” to eight grand babies.

Ruthie’s co-authored four books on home and family with Harvest House Publishers and has been blogging for 10 years at Sugar Pie Farmhouse. Her blog is where you’ll find ideas to help make your home as sweet as Sugar Pie!

She’s a Mama on a mission! Her passion is to encourage women of all ages to turn their hearts back home and create a warm and cozy nest for their loved ones. “We can’t control what happens in the world, but we can do a lot of things to make sure our home is safe, secure and filled with comfort, joy and love. It’s all about being a blessing to those who are dear to our hearts!”

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  1. I’m always looking for vintage looking seed packets for my craft projects and you have provided me with a new craft project. Thank you

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