Fast & Easy Spring Tulip Wreath

3 Materials
20 Minutes

Sometimes Spring shows up a little slower that we would like. And apartments can be a little dreary this time of year. So I decided to brighten up the place with a bit of spring cheer.

This is a quick and inexpensive project and packs a punch!
These are all the supplies you need to make this lovely wreath: Silk flowers, grapevine wreath form, hot glue, pliers and some burlap ribbon.

Most of which you may already have laying around the house.

Start by cutting the tulip bushes apart. Careful where you cut or the bulbs will fall apart! Then use the glue gun to glue the tulips to the wreath in 2 different directions.
Then add some strategically placed greenery around the inside and outside of the wreath. This will help the tulips "pop" and create more visual interest overall.
Now the finishing touch. A burlap bow. I placed it in the middle of the bunches which perfectly hides where the two ends meet.

And voila!

The grapevine is quite light so it will hang nicely on just a nail in the door.

Suggested materials:

  • Grapevine wreath  (Hobby Lobby)
  • 2 silk tulip bushes  (Hobby Lobby)
  • Burlap ribbon  (Hobby Lobby)

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