Easy Spring DIY Tulip Wreath

Make a pretty DIY Tulip Wreath in less than 30 minutes! Full tutorial for this beautiful spring wreath!

A close up of a wreath made from faux pink tulips

When we bought our house here in Georgia last summer I was in a bit of a decorating predicament because it has double front doors. I have quite the collection of seasonal wreaths and door decor but nothing in double so my poor front entry has sat barren and neglected for the past six months.

It’s a shame because it’s a lovely entry.

Finally this past weekend I had had enough and ran to the craft store to make a set of double spring wreaths to hang, and bonus, I get to share this DIY Tulip Wreath tutorial with you too!

bunch of fake tulips with scissors and white ribbon


  • 14-16″ foam wreath form
  • Spool of 1-2 inch ribbon, I used 1 3/8″ polyester I had on hand
  • hot glue gun
  • 10-12 bunches of faux tulips. I used these from Michael’s┬ápurchased in store on sale for 30% off
  • strong scissors or wire cutters
  • twine or string to hang

Step by step

  1. Hot glue the end of your ribbon to the foam wreath. Allow to dry.
  2. Cut apart tulip bundles to separate.
  3. Wrap ribbon around the wreath form adding tulip stems as you go. Allow the ribbon to secure the stems to the wreath form.
  4. Continue around the entire wreath.

Watch the video below for the full tutorial!

Easy enough right? Unless you have a “helper” like I did!

large double wood doors with each holding a pink wreath of tulips

I love the way they turned out and the beautiful pop of color it adds to our front doors now! They are perfect for Valentine’s Day coming up all the way through Easter so it’s a lot of bang for your buck!

A close up of a pink tulip wreath hanging on a glass pane in a wooden door

Does anyone else have double front doors? Do you do matching wreaths on both sides?

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  1. Hi Melissa : I like the idea of the tulips on a foam wreath form . I do something similar for Christmas, during the year I keep the leftover from sewing and I used it to make a wreath. It is easy to do you take your material and cut a square of 18″ then you put a backing which a plain piece of polyester material or cotton. You cut the backing piece 2″ shorter then the square, also you make slit in the center so you can fill it with polyester batting. Depending on the size of your wreath it will take up to 48 squares for the 18″ wreath . The 1st row it 18 square the 2nd is 16 and the 3rd is 14. When assembling remember the 1st row is going to be in the center of the wreath which is the 18 squares so you choose your nicest pieces sew them together, then you do the same for the 2nd nd third row.
    You then sew your rows all together at 1st it a little challenging but once you ve done a few you re good to go. then Also before closing your wreath be sure to put a strip around the wreath long enough to hang on the door. Then you sew by hand the top row and bottom row together . It makes a nice Christmas gift.

  2. Beautiful, beautiful, & beautiful. Thanks for sharing. No, we only have a single door, but if we did, yes, I would place two matching wreaths on them, just the way you did. Thanks for sharing.

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