Pinterest Project! Spring Tulip Wreath diy

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Spring Tulip Wreath diy  From the Family With Love

I finally got around to a project I’ve had pinned for years…a Spring Tulip Wreath diy! I’m so excited with how easy it was and honestly how quick it was to complete.  I friend of mine on Facebook recently completed her own wreath and that ended up being the final bit of inspiration I needed!

My total wreath ended up costing me $29.65. Not bad for a 22″ oval wreath! I actually found my grapevine wreath at my local Goodwill for $1.99…and it ended up being the color of the week so final cost was $1! 

Spring Tulip Wreath From the Family With Love Goodwill Wreath

My $1 Goodwill wreath

 Was so worth yanking out some hidious colorful flowers to save some money on the part of my wreath that would never been seen.

Spring Tulip Wreath From the Family With Love Grapevine Wreath

After yanking out the flowers…looks good as new!

 I forgot to take a picture of all my bunches of tulips prior to cutting them up. I purchased the Ashland Spring Bushes from Michaels.  I chose a bright pink, medium pink and “white” (ends up being more ivory). But you should see the colors! Coral, lime, red, orange, yellow…possibilities are endless!

Spring Tulip Wreath From the Family With Love Tulip Bunches

Pink tulips are still whole bunches, ivory tulips have been cut into smaller bunches with wire cutters

 I used wire cutters to cut up the bunches into smaller stems of 3 tulip bunches.  I got 7 mini bunches per large bunch I bought. Once I had everything cut up I was ready to assemble!

Spring Tulip Wreath From the Family With Love Cut up Bunches

Lots and lots of bunches! This is only 3 of the 18 I purchased

 Now comes the fun part…tucking and gluing. I would tuck the stem of each little bunch into the grapevine wreath then apply a dab of hot glue to where I had tucked the stem. Literally continue to tuck and glue until you’ve covered the grapevine wreath. 

Spring Tulip Wreath From the Family With Love

 The wreath I purchased from Goodwill had a pipe cleaner attached to the back so I could hang it on my door.  I love this idea as it wasn’t sharp and won’t scratch up my door!

Spring Tulip Wreath From the Family With Love pipe cleaner

What a great little pipe cleaner trick for hanging your wreath!


Spring Tulip Wreath From the Family With Love

Supplies (for a 20″ oval wreath):

1 – 18″ Grapevine Wreath
(can use any shape!): $1 Goodwill

18 bunches of tulips (I purchased Ashland Spring Bushes from Michaels): $28.65 ($3.99/bunch with 50% off all flowers and an additional 20% off entire purchase)

Hot Glue Gun

Hot Glue Sticks (I used about 9 or 10)

wire cutters

pipe cleaner to hang

What I did:

Cut the bunches from the store into individual stems. Each stem still had 3 tulips on them…some also had a leaf or two.

Tuck one of your stems into your grapvine wreath and apply a dot of hot glue to where the stem touches the grapevine wreath.

Continue tucking and gluing making sure you you vary the colors.  I would take a step back every now and again to make sure I wasn’t create a stripe of a certain color or too big of a patch of a certain color. 

When complete take a look at your wreath and tweak where needed by adding remainder of bunches.

Turn it over and twist on a pipe cleaner to hang!


With Love, Jennifer

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  1. says

    This wreath is SO beautiful! I’ve recently fallen in love with tulips & I’m obsessed with how neat and bright this is! what did you hang the pipe cleaner on to get this on your door?

    Alli @

  2. says

    Beautiful, Jennifer!
    Thank you for sharing your post this week at Brag About It Link Party on VMG206. I’m featuring you at Next Weeks Brag About It Link Party, Monday at midnight!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

  3. says

    This is so pretty! I love it and looks soooo much better than the Goodwill find you started with!
    Thanks for linking up to the Wake Up Wednesday link party!
    Hope to see you next week!
    Kate |

  4. says

    Thank you for tossing your hat into the ring at the Party Under The Big Top! I hope to see you again next week!

  5. says

    Hi Jen! I just found your blog through Living Well, Spending Less. I saw the wreath and thought “wow, that looks exactly like Jen’s wreath” – lol. I love how it turned out. I’ve had that wreath pinned forever too, and now I think you’ve inspired me to finally do it! Can’t wait to see what else you’re up to!

  6. says

    This is just gorgeous and perfect for spring! Thanks for sharing at What’d You Do This weekend? I hope you will join us again this Monday morning :)

  7. says

    Jennifer, that is absolutely gorgeous! This might be just what was needed to motivate me to bring my hot glue gun out of retirement. And I love that pipe cleaner hanger — an idea I’m sure to put to use for many things.

  8. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says

    Love your beautiful wreath – so lush and full – perfect for spring! Featured you at our party this morning. Thanks so much for sharing!

  9. says

    Your wreath is just beautiful! Thanks so much for the careful instructions and the cost break-down.

    Thank you, too, for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!

  10. Kendra @ says

    So pretty! Love the colors! If you’d like, I’d love it if you shared this at our link party on my blog please :)

  11. says

    Thank you so much for such a beautiful spring wreath! Your directions were so easy to follow I actually had a Pinterest project that ended up looking like the original!! That hardly ever happens:)

    • fromthefamilywithlove says

      Oh I’m thrilled! Thank you so much for letting me know. I hope you enjoy your wreath for many years to come. Happy Spring!


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