Spring Tulip Wreath DIY for Front Door

Made with bright pink flowers, this spring tulip wreath DIY for the front door is easy to make and will be inviting. The bright spring-colored flowers will add an extra pop of color to your home as you welcome the warmer weather.

The best part is that you only need a few inexpensive supplies to make it! Who doesn’t enjoy making a good budget-friendly wreath for the front door?

Easy Spring DIY Tulip Wreath

Just like our shovel wreath, this spring tulip wreath for the front door will help welcome guests into your home and show your door some love. You can have the kids help you make the DIY tulip wreath for spring as they enjoy a tasty spring flower snack afterward.

Did you know each tulip color symbolizes something different?

  • Pink tulips symbolize caring and happiness so they’re great for sending to friends and family. 
  • Red tulips are for love.
  • Purple is often associated with royalty so it’s no surprise that purple tulips symbolize just that. 
  • Yellow tulips symbolize cheerful thoughts, hope, and happiness. 
  • White tulips symbolize respect and forgiveness.

Why did we go with pink tulips for this tulip wreath for spring? The pink tulips make the wreath stand out and they symbolize happiness, which is perfect for spring. The grass and trees are starting to get their leaves and flowers are starting to bloom making it a happy occasion.

You’ll notice with this easy DIY spring tulip wrath that they have a little extra pop of color from the white and yellow flowers that are mixed in. The burlap bow on the side brings everything together to make the DIY spring tulip wreath look perfect.

Easy Spring Tulip Wreath

Should I Use Real Tulips or Faux Tulips?

  • For this spring tulip wreath, we went with faux tulips. You can use real tulips, but you’ll want to make the wreath before the tulips start to bloom so that you can enjoy them longer.
  • It’s also important to note that using fake tulips (or faux tulips) will allow you to easily store the wreath for future use. You can simply store it away for spring, fall, and winter, then hang it when spring comes around.

What Type of Greenery Should I Use for a Tulip Wreath?

We love the look of the eucalyptus for this spring tulip wreath because it pairs well with the colors of the small white flowers and the tulips.

If you can’t find eucalyptus greenery at your local craft or Dollar Tree store, you can swap it out for any other type of greenery.

Can I Change the Bow?

Yes! We like the burlap bow because it gives a bit of a farmhouse feel. Plus, burlap is pretty affordable. We’ve used burlap on other DIY projects such as our farmhouse shovel wreath, our pizza pan wreath, and even some beach themed crafts.

Spring Tulip Wreath DIY

Like all of our wreaths, this one is easy to put together. It’s also affordable. You can find many of these supplies at your local Dollar Tree or craft store.

  • 18-inch Grapevine Wreath
  • Wire Cutters
  • Premade burlap bow (if you can’t find one, Amazon has them)
  • Dollar Tree Pink Tulips (2 bunches)
  • Dollar Tree small white flowers with yellow in the center
  • Eucalyptus bunch (if you can’t find these at Dollar Tree, Walmart or craft stores also carry them)
Spring Tulip Wreath DIY for Front Door

How To Make a Tulip Wreath:

(We’ve included printable instructions so you can print them and have them on hand. Those are found at the bottom of the tutorial)

Step 1:

Using the wire cutters cut the stems off all of the flowers and half of the eucalyptus bunch. Leave about 3 inches of stem so that you can still work with it.

(While we didn’t do this, for more stability and to help it last longer, add some hot glue to each stem before placing it in between the grapevine)

DIY Tulip Wreath white flowers

Step 2:

Add the flowers to the grapevine wreath. When adding the flowers, start with the top section of the wreath first. Start by adding the tulips first weaving the stem in between the grapevine.

Step 3:

Next, add the eucalyptus pieces to give it some green foliage color and fullness.

DIY Tulip Wreath Flowers

Step 4:

Add a splash of white and yellow. For the white flowers, we just kind of sporadically added them.

You just want to add a splash of the white and yellow colors so you can place them anywhere you want.

DIY Tulip Wreath Bow

Step 5:

Add the bow. The pre-made bow had a tie in the back so I used that to tie the bow to the grapevine wreath. Then, I added some flowers to the bottom section of the wreath underneath the bow.

Easy DIY Spring Tulip Wreath for Front Door

Spring Tulip Wreath DIY Front Door

Easy Colorful Spring Wreath with Tulips

I think it turned out well! The spring tulip wreath has a nice pop of color to it and the flowers combined with the bow just make it pretty.

You can experiment with other colors and position them around to see what you can come up with. It’s really easy to do because you’re just weaving the flowers into the grapevine wreath.

If you can find the premade bow, I highly recommend it!! The premade bow makes it super easy to add to the wreath. It’s already made so you just have to attach it and be done. Bows and I do not get along very well, so this was stress-free and easy.

Remember: for more stability and for the flowers to last longer, add some hot glue to each stem before placing it in between the grapevine.

I didn’t do this while making the spring tulip wreath, but I think now that it’s finished I’ll try and glue them on. It turned out so well that I want to be able to keep it as long as I can!

Spring Tulip Wreath DIY

Printable DIY Spring Tulip Wreath Instructions

If you are like me and prefer printable instructions, here they are. You can print whenever and follow the step-by-step instructions when you want to make this easy DIY spring tulip wreath at home.

Easy Spring Tulip Wreath DIY for Front Door

Made with bright pink flowers, this spring tulip wreath DIY for the front door is easy to make and will be inviting.
Prep Time15 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Yield: 1 wreath

Materials

  • 18 inch Grapevine Wreath
  • Wire Cutters
  • Premade burlap bow
  • Dollar Tree Pink Tulips (2 bunches)
  • Dollar Tree small white flowers with yellow in the center
  • Eucalyptus bunch

Instructions

  • Using the wire cutters cut the stems off all of the flowers and half of the eucalyptus bunch. Leave about 3 inches of stem so that you can still work with it.
  • Add the flowers to the grapevine wreath. When adding the flowers, start with the top section of the wreath first. Start by adding the tulips first weaving the stem in between the grapevine.
  • Next, add the eucalyptus pieces to give it some green foliage color and fullness.
  • Add a splash of white and yellow. For the white flowers, we just kind of sporadically added them.
  • Add the bow. The pre made bow had a tie in the back so I used that to tie the bow to the grapevine wreath.
  • Then, add some flowers to the bottom section of the wreath underneath the bow.

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