How To Make A Tulip Wreath
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Tulips add such a bright and colorful sense of cheer! When they start to sprout, it’s a sure sign that the dreary days of winter are gone and that warmer weather is right around the corner. This tulip flower wreath is a perfect addition to your front door for spring & summer that won’t break the bank and will take a short amount of time to make!
I have been eyeballing a couple of tulip wreaths that I’ve found at various stores while out shopping. However…there is no way I’m paying the outrageous price tag of $60+ when it’s on sale!! So, I did what I do best – I bought the supplies and crafted my own!
I have to admit, I wasn’t sure how to make a tulip wreath. I figured I could make it a couple different ways…
- using a metal wreath form and floral wire to hold the tulips on
- using a foam wreath form and cutting the tulips and sticking them into the foam while applying a small amount of hot glue to the bottom of their stems to hold them in place
But…I knew this wouldn’t really give me the desired look I was wanting – a super full (almost dense) wreath of tulips. So I decided to use my kid’s favorite app, YouTube and got to searching for tulip wreath tutorials. (Now I can be cool in the eyes of my kids – I used YouTube! lol) luckily I found one tutorial showing exactly the look I was going for so I’m thankful to say I learned something on YouTube!
Although this wreath is very simple and easy to make, I felt it was best explained in a video. Sometimes seeing a project in action is so much better to learn from rather than still pictures. So I’ve created a short video showing exactly how to make this gorgeous tulip wreath!
I really think that this is the perfect wreath for spring and Easter! What do you think? I’ve gotten a lot of feedback about it on my Facebook page. Go there and LIKE it so you can stay up to date on my latest projects and in-between life happenings!