It's that time of the year again in Animal Crossing: New Horizons! And yes, we're talking cherryblossom season if you're in the right hemisphere. With sakura trees comes beautiful, sakura-themed objects for you to collect, though, so put your DIY gloves on. You're going to need them to crack through all these Animal Crossing New Horizons sakura items recipes

Animal Crossing New Horizons Sakura Items Recipes

So, it's Sakura season if you're lucky enough to be playing in the correct hemisphere in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Don't mind as some of us gaze enviously over at you from across the sea! Now, we're talking the use of petals which everyone has been coveting if they've been enjoying their own crops of cherryblossom trees! We've got more on sakura petals here and also how to use them, so check out this handy guide that we've relinked for your convenience if you need a bit of a primer. 

Essentially, what you're going to want to do this season if you're participating in the sakura festivities is to run around and pick up items where they're going to fall. You'll have to use your net to catch some of them, and all you have to do is to be vigilant - the petals will fall at random across the spread of your island so always have your net ready to go. Now, to make use of these petals, you're going to need some Animal Crossing New Horizons sakura items recipes. We've listed out the ones that we know of below including the materials that you're going to need to complete them because we do so love to DIY:

  • Blossom Viewing Lantern - 6 cherryblossom petals, 4 hardwood
  • Cherryblossom Bonsai - 6 cherryblossom petals, 2 hardwood, 3 clump of weeds, 3 clay
  • Cherryblossom Branches - 8 cherryblossom petals, 4 tree branch, 5 clay 
  • Cherryblossom Clock - 5 cherryblossom petals, 1 iron nugget
  • Cherryblossom Flooring - 10 cherryblossom petals, 20 clumps of weeds
  • Cherryblossom Pochette - 6 cherryblossom petals
  • Cherryblossom Pond Stone - 10 stones, 3 cherryblossom petals
  • Cherryblossom Petal Pile - 5 cherryblossom petals
  • Cherryblossom Trees Wall - 10 cherryblossom petals, 5 hardwood
  • Cherry Blossom Umbrella - 7 cherryblossom petals
  • Cherryblossom Wand - 3 cherryblossom petals, 3 star fragments
  • Outdoor Picnic Set - 10 cherryblossom petals
  • Sakura Wood Wall - 5 cherryblossom petals, 10 wood
  • Sakura Wood Flooring - 5 cherryblossom petals, 10 wood

Now that you've got our guide on the Animal Crossing New Horizons sakura items recipes, it should be a bit easier for you to tick them off your list as you go. We think that the sakura items are much more adorable than the Bunny Day ones (but don't tell Zipper because we're convinced he's actually a serial killer in a suit), so go forth and gun through them all. If you don't yet own your own copy of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, why not pick one up via Amazon using this link here and support Prima Games at the same time? Once you've started cracking into the deserted island life, come check out our dedicated guides hub for the game which contains a bunch of tips and tricks for Island Representatives everywhere: