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Spring Hanging Design Using Bamboo Serving Boards

 Today I am sharing an easy project. We are creating two Spring hanging designs using bamboo serving boards. I purchased these boards at my local Big Lots store. It was two for five dollars. I actually was not sure what I was going to do with them, but the other day I figured it out. I will provide a step-by-step tutorial, a material list, and a video tutorial will also be included. Happy crafting!

Video tutorial

Main materials
  • Hot glue or any adhesive of your choice
  • Floral cutters
  • Twine
  • Faux floral
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Paintbrush
  • Acrylic paint

  • First design

  • One wooden serving board
  • One decorative napkin
  • Mod Podge

  • Second design

  • Ribbon
  • One craft chalkboard watering can
  • Floral sticker
Painting the serving board

Begin by applying your acrylic paint to your wooden serving board. 

Adding the decorative napkin

Next, take your decorative napkin and unfold it. Place your napkin on top of your painted board and begin to trace out the center of your board. If your napkin has a second layer be sure to remove it. Take your scissors and cut out your traced circle.

Take your Mod Podge and use your paintbrush to apply a thin layer of your Mod Podge to the center of your board. Place your traced circle over the Mod Podge and gently press it down. I always use my blow dryer between each coat of Mod Podge. Apply a second layer of your Mod Podge to the top of your napkin.

Adding the flowers and twine

Now you are ready to add your twine through the top hole and tie it off. This will be used for hanging your design. You can also add a bow, but that is entirely optional. Use your floral cutters and remove just the tops of your flowers. Add them to your board using your adhesive. 

For the following design, I decided to apply white acrylic paint.

Adding ribbon

I added a ribbon to this design. I cut it to size and added it across the center of my board.

Adding flowers

Next, use your floral cutters to cut your flowers. Begin to add your flowers to your board using your adhesive. I glued a few of my flowers just below my ribbon and I also slipped a few of my flowers into the ribbon.

Adding stickers and other decorations

I found these craft chalkboard watering cans at my local Dollar Tree. I wanted to add one to my design after adding my yellow paint to it. 

This is optional, but you can add a floral sticker to your watering can. I thought it was a pretty addition to it.

Finish off your design by adding your twine and adding a bow, which is optional.
Your Spring hanging decorations are complete. I love how simple this craft was to create. 
Be sure to let me know in the comments below if you decide to create your very own.

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  1. You just keep coming up with cute ideas!! Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 103. Shared.

    1. Dee, aw thank you! I'm always so happy to share my creations with all of you. :)

  2. What an adorable way to remind us spring is around the corner! I love the watering can, but that pink is way cute too! Thank you for sharing with Whimsy Home Wednesday!

    1. Thank you so much. I can't wait until Spring arrives. I thought the watering can was so cute! Thank you for stopping by. :)

  3. So cute! Thanks for sharing on Crafty Creators!
    Niki | Life as a LEO Wife

  4. Visiting again to say thanks so much for linking up at #AThemedLinkup 144 for Spring Crafts and Décor. Shared.

    1. You're welcome! Thank you for always hosting.

  5. These are beautiful, what a lovely idea. These will be a feature at Handmade Monday this coming week. :-)

    1. Thank you so much. I'm so happy to hear that you enjoyed this craft. ❤️

  6. Oh my gosh Stephanie! I absolutely love this. I'm putting this on my list of things I need to do this season. Pinned!

    1. Denise, thank you so much! I'm so happy to hear that you are putting on your list to make! --I love that!


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