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Love floral arrangements to decorate your front door? With spring comes the beauty of all things floral. Tulips are one of the most popular in the springtime. Enjoy making a handmade tulip wreath to brighten your door!

Handmade tulip wreaths are super simple and easy to make. You just need a few items to make these spring wreaths to decorate your door. To demonstrate how to make this tulip wreath we asked our friend to share with y’all!

How to Make a Handmade Tulip Wreath

Today, we have a guest designer, Lauren Kilgore, owner of BeautifulMesh. A little about Lauren is that she’s an accountant by day and crafter by night. She has a successful Etsy shop and also teaches other creatives how to open their own Etsy shops and how to optimize it for more views and sales.

In this video tutorial, she’ll be teaching how to make a handmade tulip wreath. Tulip wreaths are really popular with customers in spring and summer! But she has sold them all year long in different color patterns. You can find many of the ones Lauren has made in her Etsy shop.

Just a note, you don’t have to use Styrofoam wreath bases. You can also use other bases such as straw or grapevine. Depending on the wreath base and on the size, you may need more or less tulips. For example,  a grapevine wreath usually uses less tulips. Lauren likes the 12″ size, because then the hole in the middle is more filled in, but these wreaths look pretty at almost any size!

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How to Make a Handmade Tulip Wreath

Love floral arrangements to decorate your front door? Handmade tulip wreaths are one of the simplest door decors you can make!
Yield: 1 wreath


  • First, I wrap the wreath with a non-wired ribbon to cover the white and seal in the flaky Styrofoam.
  • Cut the tulips bushes by pushing up the greenery towards the head and leaving about an inch or two below the flowers so that you have plenty of room to pin it.
  • Grab 3 bundles of flowers and using the floral pins, pin the flowers to the wreath with a dot of hot glue on top to make sure it doesn't come loose.
  • One you've gone all the way around the face of the wreath, the do the sides. But this time, use 2 bundles instead of 3 around the edges. With the 12" size, I haven't found the need to cover the inner circle/hole.
  • Next, simply attach a ribbon and that's it!

This handmade tulip wreath is almost fool proof! Sometimes you can embellish your tulip wreaths with some added greenery, picks, or a bow on the front. But other than that, it’s pretty simple and you end up with an amazing floral decor! We hope you enjoyed this tutorial!

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.

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We would love to see your beautiful floral wreaths! Please share with us over at the How To Make Wreaths Facebook Group.

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