10 Creative Ways to Decorate the Wall with Flowers

Spring is nature’s way of saying, let’s party!
~ Robin Williams

We couldn’t agree more, Robin. Nature is alive again. The warmth of the sun, and buds in the trees is rejuvenating for the soul. We’re so happy Spring is here – seriously, we would hug it if we could.

Naturally, we’ve got flowers on our mind…and hopefully on our walls soon with all these amazing floral wall decoration ideas.

10 Creative Ways to Decorate the Wall with Flowers

1. Antler and Flower Wall Art: We’re still obsessed with all the deer heads popping up on walls, so the combo of deer heads, bright colors and fresh floral has us swooning. {via Wedding Chicks}

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2. Paper Flower Wall: We heard Oh Joy! speak at Alt, and immediately loved her. She was a wonderful speaker, and she is insanely talented. Look at that DIY paper wall art. {via Oh Joy!}


3. Girl’s Room Decor: We are smitten with the paper flowers, teepee and gold pouf in this room! One lucky little lady calls this place home, and she’s most definitely a chic princess. {via honey & fitz}


4. Floral Monogram: With a little Modge Podge and a gorgeous floral print, you can create a pretty floral monogram. This would look great on the wall, and it would make a fabulous gift. {via Homey Oh My}


5. DIY Fresh Flower Wall: Buy some fresh stems from your local florist and hang the stems with washi tape. You can do this on a small-scale, or a large one. And, if you want it to last longer, buy fake stems. {via Green Wedding Shoes}


6. Party Backdrop: A Snow & Graham print is lovely and a wall to match is even more lovely. {via Snow & Graham}



7. Pom Flower Wall: Lia Griffith impresses again with this Mother’s Day Brunch pom flower wall. {via Martha Stewart}



8. DIY Giant Floral Typography Wall Art: We need to make this with a J! It’s so beautiful. {via Paper & Stitch}


9. Art Print: We love so many of The First Snow’s prints, so it was hard to pick just one. They are so pretty and unique. Plus, she’s in CO and we have major hometown pride!



10. DIY Framed Wallpaper Art: Make panels of art with rolls of wallpaper. It’s a DIY, which we always love, it’s affordable and looks fabulous! {via Hunted Interior}


Bloom into Spring with DIY Watercolor Flower Cups + Giveaway


Clearly, Jessica is in the mood for paper cups and watercolor this spring. Jenna was described as the ‘flower child’ growing up, but it seems Jessica’s inner flower child is coming out now. First came the bunnies, and then came the flowers.

Our Nani, fabulous as ever at age 79, is a proper lady that loves to entertain and host. She’s good at it, too. Amazingly, she has more energy then we do. Just like mother’s do, she will still walk up to us at a party {even in our 20′s and 30′s}and remind us to say hi to Mr. and Mrs. so and so, and congratulate them on their recent successes. We never understood it until we became mothers. Being the hostess with the mostess that she is, the thought of using plastic and paper glassware and flatware at a party is unbearable. It must always be china or glassware.

But, these DIY watercolor flower cups got the seal of approval from good ‘ole Nani P. They are paper, but they look lovely, and they don’t look cheap. You can fill them with water, juice or a fave cocktail, or fill them with a favor. They make for a great place card, too, with custom names painted on them. Use them for Easter, a spring brunch, bridal shower or baby shower.



If you like them, and think they would be a great fit for your next event, follow us on instagram, then tag a friend in comments under the photo of these cups. Those who follow and tag will be entered to win a set of 30 of these watercolor cups for FREE – you can choose to receive a variety, or pick your faves. We are not professional artists, and what you see is what you get. But, for free, they are darn adorable. Giveaway starts March 25 and ends March 31, 2015. Giveaway is not sponsored by Instagram. Names are NOT included on cups for giveaway. Good luck.

Questions? Email us at hello@jsorelle.com.


To make them, you’ll need:

  • Paper Cups {$1 for a pack of 10}
  • Watercolor paints
  • Brush
  • Water

The amazing one step tutorial is…explore floral inspiration in your head, online or on a print, experiment with watercolor paint.


{images via j. sorelle}

Easter Watercolor Bunny Tail Cups


One of our favorite Easter memories from childhood is the year the Easter bunny brought us chicks. Yes, real live chicks. And, they were green and pink. Sounds totally inhumane, and honestly we have no idea how they did it, or whether it was permanent or not. But, all we know is that the Easter bunny brought us colorful chicks, and we got to feed, pet and care for them for a whole week before we had to bring them back home to a local farm.

Besides our brief stint with chicks, the only real pet we had throughout our childhood was a rabbit. Sweet Thumper.

Painting these DIY bunny tail paper cups brought back memories of our pet rabbit, and the fun memories chasing him all over the yard.

These would make for a cheap and easy addition to your Easter table setting, or a lovely gift filled with candy or small gifts…so let’s hop to it.


You’ll Need:

  • paper cups {.97 cents for 10}
  • watercolor paints {quality brand like Windsor and Newton, brush and cup of water}
  • cotton balls
  • hot glue gun

How To:

  • Print and cut an outline of a rabbit you find online.
  • Place the rabbit on the cup and lightly trace around it with a pencil.
  • Dip your brush into watercolor paint, and a touch of water and paint within and just on the pencil outline {so you don’t see it} of the rabbit.
  • Let dry.
  • Glue the cotton ball on the tail of the bunny.


Hoppy Easter!

{images via j. sorelle}

DIY Best.Day.Ever. Confetti Banner

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We consider our weddings and the birth of our children to be among our Best.Day{s}.Ever.

What was your Best.Day.Ever?

Some days will always be more special than others, and some days will be trivial, but what if we tried to make every day the Best.Day.Ever? What a wonderful world that would be! We never know what day will be our last, but we know for sure that each and every moment is truly a blessing, so every day we’re alive should be considered the Best.Day.Ever.

We created a large DIY Confetti Best.Day.Ever. sign that would make…

  • the best DIY party backdrop ever
  • the best DIY table-cloth ever
  • the best DIY birthday banner ever

You can make the DIY confetti sign for under $20, and its a fun activity to do with the kids.

You’ll Need:

How To:

  • Tape Kraft paper to the wall behind the paper tablecloth. If you choose to do a plastic tablecloth, you may not need the ‘backing,’ but if you choose to use a paper tablecloth that’s soft like linen, the markers will bleed through.
  • Tape the table-cloth to the wall using painter’s tape.
  • Use stencils or a Silhouette cutting machine to cut large Best.Day.Ever. letters.
  • Use painter’s tape to tape the letters in place on the table-cloth. You will need to roll the tape to make it double-sided.
  • Start with one color and get ‘dot happy.’ Dot the markers all over the sides and corners of the letters and all over the table-cloth in a random fashion.
  • Repeat with all the marker colors.
  • Remove the letters from the table-cloth.

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Make today the Best.Day.Ever.

{images via j. sorelle}

DIY Beach Ball Easter Eggs

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It’s spring break week, so we’re dreaming of spring and the beach…and the sand between our toes. Since snow is still in our forecast, we settled for DIY beach ball Easter eggs. Next year, our goal is to play with the real thing.

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You’ll Need:

  • Eggs {real white eggs or plastic fake eggs from Hobby Lobby or Amazon}
  • Red, yellow and blue acrylic paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Pencil

How To:

  • If you’re using real eggs, boil them and let cool.
  • Use a pencil to draw semi-curved lines that resemble a beach ball.
  • Paint the ‘lines’ red, yellow and blue.

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{photos via j. sorelle}