In New York City, one of the most welcome signs of spring is a small one: delicate snowdrops. Once they appear, it’s only a matter of weeks before sunny daffodils and candy-bright tulips bloom, dandelions start to pop up, and the parks are filled with blooming magnolias, rhododendron, azaleas and cherry blossoms.
Whether things are already blooming in your corner of the world, or flower-season is still far away, you can revel in a garden’s-worth of floral fabulousness straight from Etsy makers.
Freshen up a favorite pair of shoes with a pair of pretty clips.
A modern clock marks the hours in delicate floral filigree.
Fabric flowers are forever.
A custom botanical mug lets you take flowers (and coffee) to go.
Jane Kakaley’s one-of-a-kind art quilt pays homage to her grandmother’s garden.
Bright blooms in shades of coral smarten up a mobile phone.
Mark the date with embroidered flowers.
A floral kimono makes a beautiful and practical present.
The striking pattern on this Liberty of London fabric is taken from Rachel Pedder Smith’s painting, “The Herbarium Specimen.”
A botanical print transforms a simple notebook.
Patterned straws turn a simple get-together into a garden party.
Tote your books in a blossom-bedecked backpack.
Add some blooms to your laptop with keyboard decals.
A striking sticker carries an uplifting message.
Floral bias tape is an easy way to add a little pattern to a plain sewing project.
A vintage poppy print gives a temporary tattoo permanent charm.
Dream of gardens under a floral coverlet.
Give her a rose that will never fade.
Soften the look of a traditional suit with a handmade necktie in a botanical print.
Because the best thank-yous are always come with flowers.
Nikki Arden’s abstract flowers bloom with vibrant color.
Stig Lindberg’s illustrations charm us every time.
Cheer up little legs with a bright springtime pattern.
A bevy of stamped blossoms adds a feminine touch to leather accessories.
Brighten the months ahead with plantable flower seed balls.