We are continuing on with our Simple Design Series, where we’re going to make a simple tulip wreath under 20 Minutes or less. This is one of our favorites!
One of the floral stems we’re using is a beautiful tulip bunch with tiny filler blooms. Within the bunch are long, wispy, deeper color green leaves and a lighter color vine. It’s so pretty, wait until you fluff it out you’ll really see it take shape. (Note: This tulip bush is sold out. I hope you were able to grab some when they were in stock.)
Simple Tulip Wreath Tutorial
Tulip wreaths are a wonderful way to brighten up any space, especially during the spring season. They add a pop of color and warmth to your home, making it feel more inviting and cheerful. Tulip wreaths are perfect for hanging on your front door, in your entryway, or even as part of your table settings for a special occasion.
Whether you’re looking to spruce up your seasonal décor or add a feminine touch to your space, a tulip wreath is an amazing choice.
- Wire cutter
- Mini filler floral bush 80133 (SOLD OUT – Comparable items)
- Tulip Bushes 63338
- Pipe cleaner
- Grapevine wreath
How to Prep Your Floral Bush
This is going to sound silly, but make sure to remove any tags. It’s definitely not part of the design.
Spread out the individual stems on the floral bush. Bring all of those colorful flowers to the front. You want everything touched, moved, and coming off that spine. It creates a little life and color all over the place.
Why Trim the Excess Twigs on the Grapevine Wreath?
The #1 reason is that some of the twigs can scratch up your door or your customers front door. We definitely don’t want that happening.
Give it a quick shake, to remove any bits of dirt and extra leaves. It can get a little messy, so removing as much as you can before designing will make a huge difference.
Check out Tips on How to Clean a Grapevine Wreath for more info.
Easy and Quick Tulip Grapevine Wreath
- Prep your floral bush
- Trim any stray twigs from the grapevine that might scratch a door
- Bend the end of the tulip floral bush in the direction of the grapevine curve
- Add hot glue and insert into the grapevine
- Curve the end of the stem of the second tulip floral bush the opposite direction of the first so you're inserting it in the opposite direction of the first. Almost creating a mirrored effect.
- Create a simple bow using your natural toned wired ribbon.
- Pinch twist and loop, creating 4 loops on each side and 1 center loop.
- Secure at the middle with a pipe cleaner.
- Attach it to the center of those tulip bushes you placed earlier.
- Use a pipe cleaner to secure in between the twigs of the grapevine.
- Fluff out the bow and dovetail the tails.
- Trim the individual stems of your filler floral bush
- Add hot glue to tips and insert into the grapevine to create a fuller floral design
- Fluff out the stems to incorporate the different flowers and greenery so it looks like it naturally grew together