Goodwill offers springtime thrifty finds for DIYers

Goodwill offers springtime thrifty finds for DIYers

Spring is a lovely reminder of the beauty seen in seasonal changes. The shift from winter to spring often lifts our spirits and gives us a sense of hope and empowerment.

Goodwill Central Coast would like to help everyone embrace the gorgeous changes that spring has in store through easy DIYs and thrifty finds for your home.

Because spring is the season of growth, what better way to celebrate than by filling your home with colorful spring flowers and vibrant greenery.

Shop at Goodwill Central Coast stores for items that can double as stunning in-home planters. Try these simple DIY project ideas to easily create a gorgeous garden oasis in your home.

  1. Create an eye-catching hanging planter out of a vintage Bundt cake pan from Goodwill. Use your planter to hold your flowers and plants or your fresh fruits and veggies. Make a statement with your new up-cycled planter either indoors or outdoors.
  2. Succulent picture frame planters are another great addition to a spring inspired home. Shadow box frames or fairly deep picture frames are perfect for planting succulents, and are a steal at Goodwill. Paint your picture frame planter in any color you want and arrange your succulent cuttings in a variety of patterns.
  3. Terrarium planters are a growing trend right now and a “must add” to any modern home, but they can be difficult to acquire and are often rather pricey. But Goodwill can help cut costs and ease the way. A fish bowl-style vase and a short candlestick base are both easy finds when thrift shopping. Your new fish bowl terrarium will be sure to turn heads and give your home a contemporary pop.

Making your own planters to showcase the beauty of spring is simple and a huge money saver. There is an abundance of floral and plant décor ideas online to help you bring life into your home.