DIY Farmhouse Spring Wreath: How to Make a Tulip Wreath

Bring spring farmhouse style to your front door in under 30 minutes! Learn how to make a tulip wreath from Dollar Tree supplies – this farmhouse spring wreath is the perfect craft idea for a free afternoon, or with a group of friends.

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How to Make an Easy Farmhouse Spring Wreath

As spring approaches, it’s the perfect time to infuse our homes with the vibrant colors and fresh vibes of the season. What better way to welcome the change in weather than by crafting a delightful farmhouse tulip wreath? This simple yet stunning DIY project will not only add a touch of charm to your doorstep but also serve as a testament to your creativity and craftsmanship. And, it will only take you about 30 minutes, so read below to learn how to make a tulip wreath for spring door decor!

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Why A Tulip Wreath is a Great Spring Decor Craft

Crafting a farmhouse spring wreath with tulips is a fantastic craft idea for several reasons.

Firstly, this spring wreath DIY is incredibly versatile, allowing you to customize the colors and arrangement of flowers to suit your personal style and home decor.

Secondly, this floral wreath is budget-friendly, requiring only a few affordable materials that can be easily sourced from craft stores or dollar shops. Just a wreath base, some ribbon, and a couple bundles of tulips to make this happy wreath! Even if you want a full tulip wreath, the Dollar Tree flowers keep this wreath affordable.

Additionally, this DIY wreath is a fun and therapeutic activity that can be enjoyed alone or with friends and family, fostering creativity and bonding. Grab some supplies in bulk and pull together an easy bagel brunch for a crafty weekend with the girls!

Crafting a farmhouse spring wreath is not just about decorating your home; it’s about infusing it with warmth, color, and a touch of your own personality. So gather your supplies, unleash your creativity, and let the beauty of spring blossom right at your doorstep!

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How to Make a Tulip Wreath DIY: Step-by-Step Tutorial

Farmhouse Spring Wreath Supplies

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Michaels 18
Floral Garden Polyester Burlap Ribbon, 9 ft. Rolls
Floral Garden Artificial Tulip Bush, 8x14.5x8 in.
Assorted Artificial White Floral Bunches

Remember, Dollar Tree will ship supplies directly to your door (in quantities as low as 4 on some items!) so you can shop online for a craft day that’s easy to organize!

Want a full tulip wreath? Just add more bunches of tulips!

Step by Step Instructions

Step 1: Trim Faux Flowers

Use wire cutters to trim the stems of all the flowers and half of the eucalyptus or greenery bunch, leaving about 3 inches of stem.

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Step 2: Add Tulips, Greenery, and Flowers

Start by adding the first bunch of tulips (separated) to the top section of the wreath. Add a line of hot glue down each stem, then weave the tulip stems between the grapevine, followed by the eucalyptus pieces for fullness and greenery. Add the white flowers intermixed for contrast.

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Step 3: Add The Bow

Secure the bow to the wreath using the tie in the back, or with floral wire if you made your own bow. Our free bow tutorial is so useful for making wreath bows!

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Step 4: Add The Remaining Flowers

Then, fill in the bottom section of the wreath underneath the bow with additional flowers from the second bunch of tulips. Secure in place with hot glue.

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Hang the wreath with ribbon or a wreath hanger.

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Variations for the Farmhouse Spring Wreath DIY

  • Experiment with different flower combinations and colors to create unique looks for different seasons or occasions. Dollar Tree has daffodils, hydrangeas, lilies, daisies, and peonies for spring floral, and consider dahlias, roses, poppies, and sunflowers for summer.
  • Change up the greenery – swap the eucalyptus for lambs ear or magnolia for a modern farmhouse style.
  • Add decorative elements such as ribbons, faux berries, or miniature bird nests for extra charm.
  • Instead of a burlap bow, try using a ribbon in a coordinating color or pattern for a different aesthetic.
Floral Garden Artificial Watercolor Peony Bushes, 15 in.
Floral Garden 6-Stem Hydrangea Bushes, 12 in.
Floral Garden 5-Stem Summer Dahlia Bushes, 12 in.
Artificial Summer Poppy Bunches, 6 ct.

Common Questions about Making a Farmhouse Tulip Wreath

Can I use real flowers instead of faux ones?

While real flowers can be beautiful, faux flowers are recommended for longevity, especially if the wreath will be displayed outdoors. Tulips especially wilt quickly when not in a vase of water or with a good hydration floral foam, so faux flowers are a must for this spring tulip wreath.

Where can I find grapevine wreaths and other floral supplies?

Grapevine wreaths and craft supplies can be found at most craft stores, including Joann’s, Hobby Lobby, and Walmart, as well as dollar stores like Dollar Tree. You can even buy in bulk from Michaels and Dollar Tree to get all the supplies delivered to your door for a craft day!

Can I use a different wreath form?

Yes, if you’d prefer a different wreath base, you can make your own woven rope wreath base from a wire wreath frame, or wrap a foam wreath form with burlap or ribbon like this wreath and then use floral pins to attach the bunches of tulips. You can also place tulip bundles all the way around a wire wreath frame for a full tulip wreath for spring! Zip tie each bundle in place until you’ve covered the entire wreath form.

Do I need any special skills to make this wreath?

No special skills are required, making this project suitable for crafters of all levels. Simply follow the instructions and let your creativity flow! If you’re feeling nervous about it, place the flowers without glue first, then come back and glue them once all the elements are arranged to your liking.

How to Make a Tulip Wreath: Step-by-Step Tutorial

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Ingredients

  • 18- inch Grapevine Wreath available at craft stores like Michaels or Joann’s or even at Walmart
  • Pre-made burlap bow optional – or make your own here from Dollar Tree burlap ribbon
  • Dollar Tree pink tulips 2 bunches
  • Dollar Tree small white flowers with yellow centers
  • Dollar Tree greenery or eucalyptus bunch
  • Wire Cutters

Instructions

  • Use wire cutters to trim the stems of all the flowers and half of the eucalyptus or greenery bunch, leaving about 3 inches of stem.
  • Start by adding flowers to the top section of the wreath. Add a line of hot glue down each stem, then weave the tulip stems between the grapevine, followed by the eucalyptus pieces for fullness and greenery. Add the white flowers intermixed for contrast.
  • Secure the bow to the wreath using the tie in the back, or with floral wire if you made your own bow.
  • Then, fill in the bottom section of the wreath underneath the bow with additional flowers.

Notes

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