Tips for Bringing Greenery Into Your Home

Tips for Bringing Greenery Into Your Home

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If you’re longing for spring in the midst of this cold winter weather, you may want to bring a little “greenery” into your home. Greenery the Pantone color of the year that is! Pantone calls it “A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings.”

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Here are some simple ways to incorporate Greenery into your decor. You can find all these great craft and decor products at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Kirkland.

Tips for Incorporating Greenery

1, Mix shades of Greenery with other green tones.

2. Earthy textures like wood grain make a great backdrop for this color.

3. Greenery looks great with metallics like gold.

4. White is a crisp contrast.

5. Combine dark reds and corals with Greenery for a pretty punch of color.

Cute Coffee Mugs

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Supplies: green mugs, vinyl words “inspire” and “laugh,” and checkered napkins.

Directions: Follow package interactions to apply vinyl to mugs. Add napkins.

Flower Power Mason Jar Vase

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Supplies: green quart size Ball Canning Mason Jar, green adhesive crystals, white vinyl flowers from Vinyl Words and faux flower circle from Darice Crafts.

Directions

Following package instructions, add flowers.

Place crystals in the center of the flowers.

Add floral circle to vase.

Greenery Candy Cup

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Supplies: Cosmo Cricket CeramChic cup, DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint in Leprechaun, masking tape and a paintbrush.

Directions

Place masking tape around edge of gold part of cup.

Paint the ceramic area in Leprechaun green.

Faux Jadite Flower Arrangement

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Supplies: Faux Jadite vase, faux coral flowers and fern picks/

Simply add picks to the vase.

Beachy Succulent Decor

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Supplies: Faux driftwood, 4-5 faux succulents.

Directions: Gently bend the stems of the faux succulents and add them to the driftwood.

Green Hued Candles

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Supplies: Green candle holders and candles.

Arrange some green hued candle holders together to add a pop of color to any space.

Botanical Mason Jar

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Supplies: Quart sized mason jar, DecoArt Americana Multi Surface Paint in Apple Green, Woodland Green and Coffee Bean, adhesive stencils.

Adhere stencils and paint jar.

Faux Succulent Craft

Tips for Brining Greenery, the Pantone Color of the Year, into your home. Ideas including a mason jar project, succulents craft, painted pottery and more

Supplies: wood, faux succulents, moss and hot glue

Directions: Use hot glue to add moss and faux succulents to wood.

Still longing for spring? Check out these ideas:

DIY and Craft Ideas for bringing spring colors into you home

Bringing Spring Colors into Your Home

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