This wreath has become one of my favorite wreaths. With just some beautiful tulips stems and ribbon, this version of a Spring tulip wreath is a very easy DIY wreath.
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Luckily I shopped for this project right when Michael’s had their door buster sale going on for tulip bunch stems and I was able to score these beauties for only $1.99 each. I wasn’t THAT early to the sale so my selections were limited to the orange and yellows tulips, which are perfect for my house.
However, I will certainly be making many versions of this beautiful Spring tulip wreath again in many other colors as I can find them because I like it that much. You can also order similar items from Amazon.
For this project you will need:
- Tulip stems
- Hot Glue
- 12″ Foam Wreath Form
- Chenille stem for hanger
Since these beautiful Spring tulip bunches are small, you will need at least 10-12 bunches to complete this wreath. And maybe a few more depending on how full you want the floral to be around the foam wreath form.
For my version I used a simple 12″ foam wreath foam from Dollar Tree. Mainly because wreath foams are a great bargain at Dollar Tree.
First things first, you will need to cut up each bundle of tulips stems to have multiple small little stems of tulips.
Then there are only a few small steps to attach the ribbon and the stems to the foam wreath form.
Attach the end of the ribbon to the foam wreath form with hot glue and start wrapping the ribbon around the inner edge of the wreath. On top of the ribbon, glue on a tulip stem and wrap the ribbon around the wreath form again to help hold it in place.
Lay another stem on top of the first tulip stem, secure with more hot glue, and wrap the ribbon around the wreath form again moving along the entire form as you go.
Since I am right handed I wrapped the ribbons towards the center and then to the left to create the folds needed to tuck the stems of tulips in. Every few wraps around the wreath form, I would add a drop of hot glue to secure the ribbon in place or the stems.
Continue these same steps around the wreath form until you reach where you started at. The end result will be a full and lush looking Spring tulip wreath.
I loved how this wreath looks hanging over my mantel. It would also look great on a front door.
Since I made this first Spring tulip wreath, I have made several more versions using the beautiful small tulips from Michaels. I shared them in one post for Spring Tulip Wreaths.
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I hope you find that making your own Spring tulip wreath is actually very easy just by repeating the same few steps with the stems and the ribbon around the wreath form and now go out and make one for your own home.
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