DIY Tulip Wreath

DIY Tulip Wreath

I’m always changing the wreath on my door – my husband thinks I’m crazy, but I love giving it a new look!  It’s such an easy way to dress your house up for any season, so naturally I wanted to give my door a fresh spring look.  

I started by grabbing some fake tulips and a basic wreath at Michael’s.  The wreath is basically just a bunch of twigs/vines wrapped together.   I’m sure you can get one at any craft store.

I cut the tulips off the bouquets and cut the stems down, leaving only a few inches of stem on each flower.


Then I basically just started sticking the stems into the wreath.  I started at the top and worked my way down the the middle of the wreath.

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Just keep poking and shoving.

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Once I got the top as full as I wanted it, I started doing the same thing at the bottom of the wreath – again working my way up towards the middle.

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Once I was satisfied with the flowers, I cut a piece of burlap ribbon and wrapped it around the middle left of the wreath (so it covered all the stems that met in the middle).


I hot glued the back of the ribbon so it was secure on the wreath.

Then I made a big burlap bow and hot glued it on top of the burlap strip.Wreath

So what do you think?  I love that it adds some color for the Spring season!   There are a ton of tulip colors to pick from, so you can really go wild with this one!  😉


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