9 DIY Spring Table Runners Of Different Materials

9 diy spring table runners of different materials cover

Spring is almost here, and it’s high time to get ready with your spring home decor. Besides, if you are planning some parties, think over dressing up the tables for it. We’ve just shared some pretty DIY napkins for spring parties, and today we are going to show you some table runners to make – this is another must for decorating a party table. Let’s start!

Flowers/Greenery

The first idea is very chic and modern – this is a fresh flower and greenery table runner! It’s made of eucalyptus, assorted greenery and some blooms – if you don’t want to buy real ones, go for faux ones. making such a beautiful and lush table runner is easy but remember that it won’t last long: fresh greenery and blooms tend to wither.

DIY spring table runner of fresh greenery and flowers (via www.withlovefromding.com)

DIY spring table runner of fresh greenery and flowers (via www.withlovefromding.com)

This gorgeous table runner includes only greenery – no blooms, and I bet it’s even more refreshing! There are fresh greens and some candles, and such a runner is perfect for an intimate party or even a wedding. And again keep in mind that fresh greenery won’t last for long.

DIY fresh greenery and candles table runner (via liagriffith.com)

DIY fresh greenery and candles table runner (via liagriffith.com)

Spring is the time of blooms, and you can make a chic silk flower table runner of all the blooms you like to add spring vibes to your table. The main advantage is the low cost of such a runner, and besides it doesn’t require any maintenance at all – the flowers are faux ones. You can use it as long as you want and the runner will be gorgeous!

DIY silk flower table runner (via www.blog.birdsparty.com)

DIY silk flower table runner (via www.blog.birdsparty.com)

Moss is very popular for spring and especially Easter decor, and many of you are looking for some pretty moss DIYs for spring. This tutorial will tell you how to make a gorgeous and long-lasting moss table runner, which is ideal for an Easter brunch. You’ll need some cardboard and fresh moss – then just press the moss to the cardboard, that’s it! The tutorial also contains instructions on making a matching moss bunny centerpiece, so rush to read it!

DIY moss table runner (via www.organizinghomelife.com)

DIY moss table runner (via www.organizinghomelife.com)

Paper

I totally love the look of these table runners – it’s so fresh, spring-like and tender! You won’t believe it but they are made of paper! Take some scrapbook paper you like and attach pompom trim to it, voila, you spring table runners are done. This way you can make as many as you need for any occasion and season, what a great idea! Besides, these runners will last as long as you need.

DIY scrapbook paper and pompom table runner (via happyhappynester.com)

DIY scrapbook paper and pompom table runner (via happyhappynester.com)

Geometric decor is on top, and if you want to give your spring party table an edgy look, a geometric table runner is a way. Make this geometric table runner of thick cardboard – it’s not difficult, won’t take much time and the result will be timeless as geometry never goes out of style. use it as long as you want – thick cardboard usually lasts long.

DIY spring geometric table runner of paper (via www.anightowlblog.com)

DIY spring geometric table runner of paper (via www.anightowlblog.com)

This is a very romantic idea for those who love vintage: this table runner is made of book pages and features a lace-like trim. All you need is some pages, tape and a decorative punch to make the edges that cute. A perfect last-minute craft if you’ve forgotten to dress up the table, and the guests are coming!

DIY book paper table runner (via www.bhg.com)

DIY book paper table runner (via www.bhg.com)

Fabric

This is a simple and cute table runner of fabric with striped tape, threads and buttons – everything is glued down and the craft won’t take much time. Choose the ribbon and buttons in the colors that match your spring palette or your tablescape. Enjoy!

DIY fabric table runner with buttons (via www.thedecorfix.com)

DIY fabric table runner with buttons (via www.thedecorfix.com)

This table runner is ideal for Easter brunches: it’s a white one with colorful polka dots painted on the edges. What can be easier than that? Don’t forget to use a ruler to make the spots more even going along the edge.

DIY table runner with colorful spots (via www.shelterness.com)

DIY table runner with colorful spots (via www.shelterness.com)