Spring is one of the seasons that makes us all feel lighter. After going through the winter months, even the biggest couch potato would want to go out and smell the fresh air with all the flowers and trees blossoming outside. Heck, we even welcome the smell of mulch if it means we won’t have to shovel snow for the next 8 months!
This DIY Spring Tulip Wreath is simple, sophisticated and will bring a breath of fresh air to your front door. You can easily buy the supplies at any Arts and Crafts store and it won’t cost you an arm and a leg to make it. Since the project calls for artificial silk flowers, it can be put away at the end of the season and reused next year.
If you’re not much of a tulip fan, you can successfully substitute it with other springtime flowers, including:
- Baby’s Breath
- Cherry Blossom
- Calla Lily
Since some of these flowers are smaller and use less space than a tulip bunch would, plan accordingly to make sure you have enough of them to complete the project or intertwine them with faux green foliage. Regardless of which flower you choose, we’re sure your front door will look lovely!
Here’s What You’ll Need:
- 22” Oval Grapevine Wreath
- 18 Tulip Bushes
- Wire Cutter
- Hot Glue Gun and Sticks
- Pipe Cleaner to hang
How To Make It:
Attach a pipe cleaner to the back of the grapevine wreath.
Using the wire cutter, cut Tulip bunches into smaller stems of 3 flower buds each.
Tuck the stem of each little tulip bunch into the grapevine and use the glue gun to secure them in place.
Continue to tuck and glue until all the flowers are placed in the grapevine wreath, making sure all colors are sectioned proportionally.
Voilà! Now you have the happiest front door in the street!
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