A Paper Scroll Styled 3 Ways For Spring

Crafts | February 27, 2020


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Check out how to style a paper scroll for spring with these three ideas. Each of these ideas is so easy, and you most likely have these items on hand. See which styling is your favorite! (Plus, don’t miss at the end several more spring paper crafts shared by my talented blogger friends.)


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One of my favorite ways to decorate the walls of our home is with pieces that have words on them. Whether that’s wooden signs or, in this case, a paper scroll. There are endless possibilities when decorating with a paper scroll and I have fallen in love with this the Rettel Roller found here. It can be hung anywhere in your home and used to decorate with messages that are seasonal or encouraging or even a grocery list. Again, there are numerous options and I was excited to use our first sheet to bring spring into our home while offering a faith-based message to our family as well.


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Thankfully my daughter has excellent writing skills, and I asked her to write the words, “You make beautiful things out of us.” These are words from one of my favorite Christian songs, “Beautiful Things” by Gungor. If you’ve never heard it, take a moment and listen to it. This image of making beautiful things out of us reminds me of what we see in springtime! As we look around and see beautiful things rising out of the dust with flowers and buds on trees.


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She did a great job, and even filled it in for me with a permanent marker! Now we were ready to hang this in our kitchen. The Rettel Roller comes in many sizes. I chose the 24” roller with the brown kraft paper and white metal hardware. Head here to check out all the options, though! I’m sure you’ll find one that fits your space perfectly.


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Once we hung up the paper scroll, it was time to figure out how I wanted to style it for spring! I gathered items I already had on hand, and it may be that you choose to decorate yours dependent upon supplies you already have on hand. That is always a good idea! I shared the 3 ways on my Instagram stories yesterday, and asked which was their favorite…now it’s yo’s your turn to decide!


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Style One

This first look utilizes spring garlands. I used a eucalyptus garland and a soft pink floral one as well. The key to keeping them in place was using these amazing command hooks! I had to move them around a few times to get the height right and for the stems to behave (haha) on the sides of the roller. It was so lovely to be able to move the hooks without messing up our walls.

Tip: Use at least two garlands, a fuller look goes well with a roller this size!


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Style Two

I had recently found this potted faux plant and placed it alongside a crock filled with greenery in front of the sign. It worked just as well to have the plant without the crock, too; don’t feel like you’ve got to buy a second vessel. You can find the plant here and a similar basket here. I like the very neutral palette of this look; it leans towards modern farmhouse style.

Tip: Don’t forget to bend, straighten, fluff your faux greenery! And of course, if you prefer, using real plants are a fabulous option as well.


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Style Three

So this cute tassel garland was one that had been in my daughter’s bedroom, but we had moved out because of her doing some rearranging. This is by far the most simple one, but I love the texture and whimsy it adds to the scroll. You could do any kind of pom-pom or tassel garland here! Get creative or shop your home.


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So, which styling was your favorite? One, two, or three? I hope you are inspired to decorate with paper scrolls like this one here in your home and have gained some ideas on how to style them for your springtime quotes or drawings.


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Now I am so excited for you to go check out my talented friends spring paper projects! There is so much goodness including more DIYs, printables and decor ideas. Yay for spring!

17 Spring Paper Craft Ideas

Hello Spring Printable – Modern Glam // Spring Flower Sketch Printables – Inspiration For Moms // Spring Printable Landscape Art – Twelve On Main // 3-D Spring Printable Art – The Happy Housie 

Spring Stationery and Garland Set – The Handmade Home // Spring Printable Art – Lolly Jane // Simple All-Occasion Printable Gift Tags – Tatertots & Jello // DIY Contact Paper Placemats – My Sweet Savannah

DIY Paper Hydrangeas – Happy Happy Nester // Crepe Paper Magnolia DIY – Craftberry Bush // DIY Cupcake Liner Flowers – Zevy Joy // DIY Butterfly Cloche and Printable – A Blue Nest // Free Spring Floral Print – Taryn Whiteaker

How to Make Paper Flowers for Spring – My 100 Year Old Home // A Paper Scroll Styled 3 Ways For Spring – She Gave It A Go // Crepe Paper Peonies with Cricut Maker – The DIY Mommy // Funny Spring Printable – Cassie Bustamante 


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  1. Jennifer Larsen says:

    SO adorable! I love the way you styled them all. I pinned it to my Spring board so I can try it. Thanks!

    xoxo

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