Spring is in full swing, so it’s time to dive into all of those simple seasonal joys. Craft a bouquet like an expert with a DIY floral subscription, grab sheet pan dividers so you can cook your asparagus and carrots side by side, and head out in any weather with machine-washable shoes. 
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Silicone Cheat Sheets, Set of 4
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Sheet Pan Dividers

$29.95; crateandbarrel.com

No need to dirty up two sheet pans. This set contains four mini BPA-free silicone pans that all fit together one one baking sheet. You can keep your veggie sides separate, or use it to cool a full meal for two: mac n' cheese in one, brownies in another. The flexible material makes it easy to pop out whatever you cook. 

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Plant-Based Surface Spray

$12; planeaire.com

We've all gone through a lot of anti-bacterial sprays in the last couple of years, but it's tougher to find one that's natural and plant-based. This cleaner and mist freshens and deodorizes, but contains no alcohol or ammonia so you won't get that intense chemical scent. A mixture of six essential oils (including thyme and lavender) make it smell herbal and fresh. 

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DIY Bouquet Box

From $129; bouquetbox.com

Get ready for compliments. Bouquet Boxes contain everything you need to build an Instagram-worthy bouquet including the exact number and types of flowers, vase, custom tools and a step by step guide from a professional florist. It's like having your own floral arranging class at home, and the flowers come fresh from South American flower farms so they'll last longer than those grocery store ones.

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Quick-Drying Hair Wrap

$39; to112.com

When the weather hits the mid-70s, you just want to get ready and get out the door fast so you can enjoy the sun. Tying up your wet hair in a bamboo hair wrap will help it dry quickly, while reducing the breakage and frizz you'd get from a typical towel. Think reduced blow-dry time, sustainable materials, and antimicrobial properties.

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Machine-Washable Loafers

$89; vivaiacollection.com

The saying goes "April showers bring May flowers," but for most of us, the showers keep coming all spring long. Heading out in the rain? Consider wearing these pointed-toe loafers that are machine washable, so they can survive even the deepest puddles (whoops). They're also comfy and eco-friendly, knit from six plastic bottles and boasting an anti-slip outsole and deodorizing insole. 

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DIY Ice Cream Mix

$6.95; maketruescoops.com

Love ice cream but intimidated by the thought of whipping it up yourself? You'll love this mix that helps you create scrumptious scoops, sans ice cream maker (though, you can use an ice cream maker if you have one). You simply combine the powdered mix with half and half, whisk, then pour the mixture into empty ice cube trays and freeze. Blend on high speed for 30 seconds, re-freeze, and you've got delicious ice cream whenever you're craving something sweet.