Spring Market Flower Tote

Coming up with something new for your front door is always a challenge. You could hang a wreath but sometimes something unique is in order. This is what I was thinking when I found these great Target Dollar Spot finds. 

lavender and greens with a buffalo check bow

First, I found this great muslin market tote


Michaels had black, white, grey, and this muslin color.


I thought it could really say something on the front of it but I wasn't sure what so I'm going with a plain one. 


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You can always add a word or phrase to the front with a stencil

muslin tote bag

Secondly, I found these great stems for $3 each in the dollar spot. 


The lavender was something I already had and the buffalo check ribbon made a quick and easy bow


Here are similar lavender stems to the ones I used on this project.

greenery and a black and white bow

The first thing I did besides make the bow, was to stuff the muslin bag.


I used a small pillow form but you could use tissue paper or whatever you have at home that is a light color and doesn't show through the market tote.


Stuff the tote a little or a lot, it's up to you.

flowers and a bow on a muslin market tote

I filled the market tote with the floral stems and wired on the bow. 


That's it!


Use your favorite greens and floral stems.

lavender and greens in a market tote

How easy can it be? 


And how cute?! 


Hang it on the front door with a wreath hanger.

market tote with buffalo check ribbon and flowers

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Market tote with flowers and overlay

This was an easy and inexpensive project that will brighten your home for Spring. 


Visit this post for another fun idea instead of a wreath for the winter.


Here is another fun floral basket idea for the Spring.

muslin tote filled with flowers hanging on wall

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Market basket with flowers on front door



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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .