I love having flowers inside the house. I think they bring life and perk up any space. However, since getting fresh ones every week can be expensive, I decided to stick to artificial ones. They’re long-lasting and easier to maintain. With proper care, they can last for years.
The challenge is to keep on finding new arrangements for variety. I once fell in love with a $60 wreath being sold in a store. Of course, I didn’t buy it. It was too expensive! Since then, I have spent some time on the Internet looking for a do-it-yourself wreath project and I’m so glad I found one.
I chose tulips because of I like their shape and how they look like they’re constantly in full bloom. To date, I have made several tulip wreaths for family and friends. They all loved it! It’s a nice project that doesn’t involve sewing or knitting. It’s very easy to make – and fun, too!
- Artificial tulips
- Satin ribbon
- Foam wreath form
- Wire cutters
- Wire clippers
- Hot glue gun
- Tin foil
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Get your hands busy and work on this beautiful DIY tulip wreath! Start by watching the video below.