It’s always good to add variety to your products because it improves your craft and keeps customers coming back for more. Follow along as Coach Jordan takes a new type of wreath frame and uses it to make a quick and easy yellow and white tulip wreath everyone will love!
Hey, y’all! We mostly use wire wreath frames and grapevine wreath forms in our creations. However, it’s good to change things up here and there, and we can always count on Coach Jordan to share fresh, new ideas.
He’s here today to show us how to use a boxwood wreath base to create a design so quick and easy that you’ll feel like you’re “cheating” as you make it! The addition of yellow and white tulips makes a bright and cheery springtime wreath that your customers can use all season long.
If you’re craving even more spring wreath design inspiration, check out some of our other popular projects, including our Spring Floral Grapevine Wreath, Yellow Floral Grapevine Wreath, and Blue Floral Wreath!
Let’s jump in and watch Coach Jordan make today’s cheater yellow and white tulip wreath design.
How To Make A Quick Yellow And White Tulip Wreath
Coach Jordan has a (well-deserved) reputation for creating simple designs that stun and impress. His designs often take less than 30 minutes to complete, but they look like someone spent hours on them. Today’s yellow and white tulip wreath is no exception!
- Boxwood wreath frame
- 4 bunches of yellow tulip florals (2 of these bundles have a mix of light and dark yellow tulips)
- 2 bunches of white tulip florals
- (2) 2.5” ribbons
- (3) 1.5” ribbons
- (1) 4” ribbon
- Pipe cleaners
- Zip ties
- Wire cutters
Cheater Tulip Wreath Instructions
Follow along as Coach Jordan guides you through the process step-by-step of making this beautiful spring tulip wreath with a boxwood base!
Note: This design uses a half bow, a technique Coach Jordan has been using in many of his projects lately.
Fun fact: this is a no-glue-needed project!
Begin by taking one bunch of each tulip color and using the wire cutters to cut the smaller tulip stem bunches off the main floral stem.
Next, take one small stem of each tulip color and bunch them together into a bundle. Insert the bundle into the boxwood base and attach it using a zip tie.
Pull the boxwood greenery through into the flower bunch so that the flowers appear to be an integrated part of the wreath.
Continue adding yellow and white tulip bundles all the way around the wreath frame, spacing each bundle (and adjusting the florals) so that it looks like a continuous design rather than separate bunches of florals.
Take your first 1.5” ribbon and make 12” tails with one 5” loop. Hold this ribbon in your non-dominant hand and stack the remaining layers of this bow behind it.
Next, grab the second 1.5” ribbon and make 12” tails with one 5” loop.
Now take the third 1.5” ribbon and make 12” tails with one 5” loop.
Take the 2.5” ribbon and make 12” tails with a 5” loop.
Use the last 2.5” ribbon and repeat the process one last time.
Finally, take the 4” ribbon and make one long tail so that it pops out at the top and bottom of this half bow.
Place a pipe cleaner behind the 4” ribbon, then wrap a zip tie around the center of this bow. Pull it tightly.
Use the pipe cleaner on the back of the bow to attach the bow to the frame of the wreath. Dovetail the ribbon ends.
That’s it – this “cheater” yellow and white tulip wreath is complete! Wasn’t it easy?
As Coach Jordan says, “minimal tulips, major impact.” If you want to add a little extra bit of pizazz, sprinkle a few lemons and/or limes into the design.
Add This Springtime Yellow And White Tulip Wreath To Your Inventory!
I hope you love this design. Its use of cheery yellows and whites will add that perfect eye-catching bright spot to any front door when you want to send winter on its way and welcome spring. Simple designs like this one sell quickly and are (nearly) as fast to create!
If you love this design, be sure to check out these other tutorials too:
- Welcome To Our Honeycomb Floral Grapevine Wreath
- Moss Covered Bunny Wreath
- Plaid Bunnies Welcome Wreath
- Lemon Grapevine Wreath With Blue And White Florals
If you need any help with centerpiece-making, bow-making, wreath-making, or crafting in general, be sure to check out more of our tutorials on How to Make Wreaths, and don’t forget to check out our latest inventory of wreath supplies!
We would love to see your beautiful wreaths! Please share with us over at the How To Make Wreaths Facebook Group.
“Cheater” Yellow And White Tulip Wreath
- Begin by cutting the smaller tulip stem bunches off of the main floral stems with wire cutters.
- Next, grab a small stem of each tulip color and bundle them together. Attach each bundle to the boxwood base with a zip tie.Push the flowers into the boxwood as you pull some greenery forward so that the flowers appear to be an integral part of the wreath.
- Continue adding tulip bundles to the wreath all the way around the frame creating a continuous greenery and floral design.
- Take your first 1.5” ribbon and make 12” tails with one 5” loop. Hold this in your hand and stack other ribbon layers behind it as you go. Next, grab the second 1.5” ribbon and make 12-inch tails and (1) 5-inch loop.With the third 1.5” ribbon, make 12-inch tails and (1) 5-inch loop.Now use the first 2.5” ribbon to make 12-inch tails and (1) 5-inch loop.Take the last 2.5” ribbon and repeat the process one final time.Lastly, use the 4” ribbon to make one tail long enough so that you can see it at the top and bottom of the bow (about 16-18 inches).Place a pipe cleaner behind the 4” ribbon. Wrap the zip tie around the center of the bow and pull it tightly to secure it.
- Use the pipe cleaner on the back of the bow to attach the bow to the frame of the wreath and dovetail the ends.
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