You have seen those beautiful spring urn fillers with the hefty price tags? Let’s make our own DIY Spring Urn Filler and save some money.
Some of these retail stores, one urn filler runs $149 to $199. For two urn fillers (without urns), it would run you well over $300-$400 dollars.
I have an amazing DIY Spring Urn Filler Hack! It will look better than the retail store. No lie.
You can make two urn fillers for well under $100. It beats spending $300-$400 dollars.
The cost is for just filler to place inside of the urns (includes the cost of the urns). You can use any type of pot such as Terracotta Planters, faux concrete, etc.
Now let’s save some money and have some fun! My DIY projects are always easy.
Can you believe it took less than one hour to make two of them?
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- Large Bag of Flat Moss
- Quick Dry Tacky Glue (the best glue to have)
- Floral Stems (Wooden Picks)
- 48 Latex Tulips – I used three packs of these 28 piece white artificial latex tulips
- 8 Bricks Floral Craft Dry Foam (4 bricks for each urn/planter)
- Pair of Scissors (optional) – I used to open the packages
Click on any of the photos below to take you to where to purchase them.
Urn Filler Hack
You will need to separate your tulips into two stacks of 42.
You will repeat the same process above to create the second urn filler.
Your urn or planter should look like the above photo.
Now on to the fun part of finishing up the DIY Spring Urn Filler Hack. Let’s add in some flat moss to cover the brick floral foam and fill in any gaps.
After the moss has been glued to the brick floral foam, let it dry for 30 minutes before placing outside.
I love how the Urn Filler Hack turned out. They are beautiful and look elegant on the front porch. You cannot tell they are faux unless you touch them.
To help you out, I also have a tutorial to show you how to urn fillers for your porch. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp7FHcun8uYmglJh4iLWpBw for more fun projects.
Don’t they look so real? You have to get close up and touch them to tell that the tulips are faux.
The white tulips just brightens up my front porch.
I went with white tulips because this part of the house gets a lot of sunshine. This way, the color of my tulips will not fade from the sun. Please I love the crisp look of them.
This project cost me around $85 before taxes to complete. Not bad for two fillers!
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Calypso in the Country says
Tammy, this looks amazing! What a great step by step tutorial…. You make it look so easy! Right now my porch is completely bare but you’ve motivated me to get out my urns and create something pretty!
Shelley, thank you so much. It really is very easy to do. It’s hard to tell that they are not real. Thank you for stopping over at the blog.
Donna Allen says
Your urns look fabulous! I have a black front door and two black urns, as well! Thanks for the inspiration, I may have to try this! Blessings, Donna
Thank you, Donna. You cannot even tell they are faux until you get right up on them. My neighbor had to touch them. She thought they were really.
Lynne Zemaitis says
What a great project, Tammy! I love this idea! Thank you so much for sharing at Tuesday Turn About! xo
Thank you so much, Lynne. I love the Tuesday Turn about. So much fun to see so many great ideas.