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Spring Branches


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These beautiful Spring Branches from Iris Metel are a great way to bring the beauty of spring indoors.  With some fake or real branches and a few layers of spray paint, you can have a lovely home decor staple that's great any time of year.  While this one is decorated with colorful Easter eggs, you can just as easily add cranberry branches for winter or leave them just as they are to have out on display all year long.  Add some colorful glitter for a fun touch of sparkle!

spring branches


  • Tree Branches
  • White Spray Paint
  • White Vase
  • Easter Egg Ornaments (can be found in Michaels, Dollar Tree, or other craft stores)



  1. Pick a few of the best branches and remove the leaves.  You might want to have your vase near you to make sure the branches you pick will fit inside the vase.  Another tip is to pick branches that have more twigs coming off of it so you can hang ornaments from them.

    spring branches
  2. Once you've removed the leaves off of the branches, take all of them and tie them up so you can easily spray paint the branches.  I used our tree in the backyard and made sure that there was nothing nearby that I would accidentally spraypaint!

    spring branches
  3. Let the branches dry overnight (or whatever the spray can directions instruct).  Once the branches are dry, you can go ahead and put the branches in your vase.

    spring branches
  4. I was lucky enough to buy these sequined Easter egg ornaments on clearance at Michaels after Easter last year, but I saw them again this year, and they have other variations at Dollar Tree too.  But I'm sure you can find them at other craft stores.  So take these beauties and hang them anywhere your heart desires.

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