How to Make a Spring Tulip Wreath

What better way to welcome spring than with a beautiful floral wreath on your front door? A spring tulip wreath is a simple DIY project that adds a colorful, seasonal element to your home. Start with an oak branch and moss wreath base, and add fresh flowers and other bits of spring greenery. In no time, you’ll have a beautiful display to warmly welcome every guest that comes to your home.

Materials Needed to Make a Spring Tulip Wreath

Wreath base (watch our video on how to make a wreath base with oak branches and moss)

  1. Wire cutter
  2. Wire
  3. Moss
  4. Tulips
  5. Trick

Watch our above video for a step-by-step demonstration of how to make a beautiful spring wreath in five easy steps.

How to Make a Spring Tulip Wreath

  1. Decide where you want the top of your spring wreath to be.
  2. Wrap wire around the stem of your first tulip and secure it to your wreath base, angling it decoratively. Tuck the stem inside the wreath and secure it with wire.
  3. Repeat with the remaining tulips.
  4. Cut the stems of the trick with pruning shears, and use wire to attach the trick to the wreath.
  5. Fill in empty spaces with moss, securing it with wire to the wreath base.

Now you have a beautiful spring wreath that will add a breath of fresh air to your home decor. You can make wreaths for each season by adding flowers, leaves, branches, acorns, and other natural items or decorations.

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A moss wreath with pink tulips and green trick hangs on a door at the Jordan Winery chateau.

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About the Author

As one of eight children, Nitsa Knoll doesn’t remember a time when she wasn’t helping host parties for her Greek family in Southern California. She naturally gravitated toward planning beautiful events with bold colors and flowers as focal points. Today, she spends her days overseeing events and hospitality at Jordan Winery, where she works alongside her husband, Todd Knoll. With an eye for design, her creative mind is constantly at work, planning the next dinner party or designing a new floral arrangement. She finds constant inspiration from the trees and flowers growing at Jordan Estate and throughout Sonoma County.

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