I’ve had MAJOR cabin fever..I’m dying for Spring. While it looks like everyone around the country/world is getting a nice taste of Spring weather, New England seems like an endless frozen tundra. So I needed something to remind me that while it feels impossible, Spring will come. I found this idea on Life Love Larson (a great blog you should check out!) and decided it was worth a shot. She wasn’t kidding when she said it was easy!
The most time-consuming part of this project is cutting the stems apart from the bouquet. This project was inexpensive – the grapevine wreath was $4.99 and the mini tulip bouquets were on sale at Michael’s for $1.99 each. And you know there are always great Michael’s coupons so the I got the wreath for under $3 and a discount on the ribbon too. You’ll need 10 bunches of mini tulips, any color scheme you like. I did 3 dark purple bunches, 3 ivory bunches, and 4 multi-purple bunches.
Cut each stem from each bouquet (there will be three blossoms on each stem) – keep the leaves on each stem. This is easier with garden sheers but I only had kitchen scissors and was able to make it work.
And voila! There you have a lovely Spring Tulip Wreath that will brighten up any front door.