Tulip Wreath Tutorial
A Tulip Wreath Tutorial just in time for spring. Orange, white, and yellow baby faux tulips are arranged in a circular direction on top of a grapevine wreath. Hope you will stick around to see how to create this fun wreath that can be used as door decor’ or as a centerpiece for your Spring or Easter table. Read more to view the tulip wreath tutorial . Happy Spring Everybody!
This is my sweet little pet bunny, JJ who decided to help me with the wreath. He is so adorable. You will be seeing more of JJ as time goes along. I call him the media magnet because he has been on the cover of our regional magazine and on television. Quite a character and so full of personality!
Back to the Tulip Wreath Tutorial. Supplies for this simple wreath couldn’t be easier. several stems of orange, white and yellow faux (artificial) tulips, a 10 or 12-inch grapevine wreath and wire cutters. A grapevine wreath provides a sturdy frame because it is tightly woven and the stems of the cut tulips can slide between vines /branches. The stems will stay in the position you place them, with out using glue, ( in case you want to use the wreath for something else, you wont have to mess with removing dried glue).
Supplies were purchased from Michaels Craft Store, http://www.michaels.com
Tulip Wreath Tutorial for Door Decor’
1 -12 inch grapevine wreath
15- bunches each small yellow, white and orange silk tulips
green pipe cleaner for hanger
Separate each flower bunch off the stem of silk flowers.
Insert ends of tulips alternating color and placing in the same direction onto the grapevine wreath beginning on the outside edge of the wreath, working toward the center inside.
Continue this process until wreath is completely full and covered. No need to glue the stems to wreath. The tulips will stick and stay in position on the wreath. Depending on your stems you may need additional picks to make it full and pretty.
Attach pipe cleaner to back of wreath for hanging or place the wreath in the center of your dining table. See next post for the Tulip Wreath as a centerpiece.
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