Hello y’all! Welcome to Spring!
I love all the seasons, but I definitely find that my apartment can be a little dreary sometimes without any decorations.
My three roommates don’t seem to be interested in decorating much.
So today, I figured I would make a spring wreath to kind of brighten the place up a little bit!
This is a pretty quick and easy project and you only need a few items.
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What You Need to Make a Spring Tulip Wreath:
- Floral Clippers
- Hot Glue Gun (I prefer the low temp ones)
- Hot Glue Sticks
- Two Silk Tulip Bushes
- Burlap Ribbon
- 18″ Grapevine Wreath or any size that you want to use
First thing to do is clip your stems off the bush. You are going to want to have a little bit of variation where you cut the stems.
Just not too short because you will be weaving the stem into the wreath for support.
Once you have clipped all the stems, start placing them on the top of the wreath.
Make two full sections going outwards from the middle.
Layer the flowers as you go from longest to shortest.
Play with the flowers a little bit and get them placed right where you want them.
Now glue those suckers down! Glue the stems to the wreath and to each other.
I also glued some of the buds together to keep them from falling out of place.
Cut a few of the leaves off of the bush and glue them under the flowers.
This gives the wreath a nice accent.
Once everything is glued down and in place, get your burlap ribbon.
You will take the ribbon and tie it around the wreath and then in to a knot.
Then you will proceed to just make a bow!
Make sure you pull it tight or it won’t look right. And there you have it!
Just put a nail in the door to hang it and you are already welcoming Spring in with this beautiful, fun to make wreath!
Thanks ya’ll, happy wreath making!
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WHERE DO YOU BUY THE TULIPS?
We got our tulips at Hobby Lobby. But you can use any kind of flowers if you can’t find tulips. 🙂
Patty Harris says
Pat catans or Joann fabrics
Deborah Robinson-Ott says
This wreath is absolutely beautiful. And you seem to make it so much easier than others I’ve seen. And I love your use of just plain down home language. Makes me feel right at home….You are a superior crafter,
Ashley here, thank you so much for your kind words! I am so glad it was easy for you to follow. I would love to see the wreath you make after following this DIY!
Hi what size wreath did you use?
Love it by the way
Hi Leanne! Great question! We used an 18 inch wreath for this project, but you can use any size you want to. I’ll add that to the instructions.
Joyce Scafe says
Thank you. The wreath is beautiful
Thank you Joyce! That’s so kind!