Learn how to make a stunning rainbow tulip wreath in just 20 minutes.
I decided to make myself a new spring wreath and when I saw that Michaels had mini tulip bunches in every color of the rainbow, I knew I just had to make a rainbow tulip wreath. Nothing springs scream like tulips. And a rainbow of tulips? Well, it just doesn’t get any better.
This is one of the quickest and easiest wreaths I’ve ever put together, but it looks like a million bucks. If my soul were a wreath, it would be this one. I just LOVE it so stinkin’ much.
Let me show you how you can make your own tulip wreath. Affiliate links may be used.
- Mini Tulip Bunches
- Foam Wreath Form (15 inches)
- Floral Wire
I bought two bunches of each color for a total of 16 bunches of tulips.
I found the tulips at Michaels. They are the smaller sized tulip bunches, not the full sized tulips. I linked to each color of tulip individually because it can be hard to tell what to buy, especially when shopping online. Hopefully that’s helpful.
If you use a smaller wreath form, you could probably get away with just one bunch of each color. That would lessen the cost, but give you a smaller wreath in the end, so it’s just a matter of personal preference.
Make sure you scroll down to watch the video tutorial for this project.
Step 1: Lay one bunch of tulips on top of the wreath form. Secure it in place by wrapping floral wire around the stem and the form.
Step 2: Once the first bunch of flowers is secure, add a second bunch staggered slightly down from the first bunch and wrap the floral wire around it. Be sure to get the ends of the stems under floral wire to keep them pushed down.
Step 3: Repeat all the way around the wreath. When you get to the last bunch of flowers, tuck the stems under the first bunch of flowers and secure with wire to complete the circle of tulips. Tie off the wire and snip the ends.
You’ll end up with a gorgeous rainbow of tulips!
TULIP WREATH VIDEO TUTORIAL
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