DIY Spring Topiary Trees

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DIY topiary trees are easy to make!

DIY Spring Topiary Trees.

Using items I already had around my house I created adorable topiary trees for my Spring decorating.

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The greenery balls can be purchased here.

DIY Spring Topiary Trees using Green Moss Balls.

The stick came from my yard.

And the Mason jar was painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and distressed with sandpaper.

DIY Spring Topiary Trees with Mason Jar Bases.

Using hot glue I glued a piece of styrofoam into 
the bottom of the jar. 

I put the stick from my yard into the styrofoam and then attached the greenery ball onto the top of the stick with more hot glue.

I added moss to the top of the jar to hide the styrofoam
then tied on a raffia bow.

DIY Spring Topiary Trees with Painted Mason Jars.

Another version of the topiary tree is the one I created with an old enamel mug and a moss covered styrofoam ball.

DIY Spring Topiary Trees with Enamelware Mugs.

The process was the same as the first one but no
painting involved.

Please check out my Speckled Egg Mason Jars
for another spin on these cute jars!

DIY Spring Topiary Trees with Speckled Egg Mason Jars.

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