Sign in Create account

Rainbow Tulip Wreath

Imagine a vibrant display of colors adorning your front door - a stunning Rainbow Tulip Wreath. This unique wreath features a variety of tulip blooms in all the colors of the rainbow, creating a cheerful and welcoming sight for all who pass by. Each tulip is carefully arranged to create a beautiful gradient effect, from deep reds and oranges to bright yellows and greens, all the way to soft blues and purples. The wreath is finished off with lush greenery and a coordinating bow, adding the perfect finishing touch to this eye-catching piece of decor. The vibrant colors of the tulips represent joy, happiness, and new beginnings, making it the perfect way to greet guests and brighten up your day. Whether you hang it on your front door, above your mantel, or even inside your home, this wreath is sure to bring a smile to everyone who sees it. Embrace the beauty of nature and the power of color with a Rainbow Tulip Wreath that is sure to make a statement wherever it is displayed.

Supplies Needed

  • Mini Tulip Bushes
  • Foam Wreath Form (15 inches)
  • Floral Wire
  • Scissors

I bought two bunches of each color for a total of 16 bunches of tulips.

 I found the tulips at Michaels. They are the smaller sized tulip bunches, not the full sized tulips. Here’s what they look like in-store.

If you use a smaller wreath form, you could probably get away with just one bunch of each color. That would lessen the cost, but give you a smaller wreath in the end, so it’s just a matter of personal preference.

Make sure you scroll down to watch the video tutorial for this project.

Step 1: Lay one bunch of tulips on top of the wreath form. Secure it in place by wrapping floral wire around the stem and the form.

Step 2: Once the first bunch of flowers is secure, add a second bunch staggered slightly down from the first bunch and wrap the floral wire around it. Be sure to get the ends of the stems under floral wire to keep them pushed down.

Step 3: Repeat all the way around the wreath. When you get to the last bunch of flowers, tuck the stems under the first bunch of flowers and secure with wire to complete the circle of tulips. Tie off the wire and snip the ends.

You’ll end up with a gorgeous rainbow of tulips!


Add to bookmarks
No comments