If your tulips come in a bunch, snip into individual stems using wire snippers. Be sure to leave the stems nice and long. Push any of the greenery up towards the bloom of the tulip.
Starting with one pink stem and one white stem, place them in a criss-cross manner onto your wreath form. Use ribbon or yarn to wrap around and secure the stems in place.
Take the next pair of tulip stems and position them to cover over the first two stems you put in place. Make sure that they are generally pointing in the same direction and that there is an overhang on the outer edge of the wreath. The more that the tulips hang past the outer edge, the larger the wreath will be in the end.
Continue again with the next pair of stems, making sure to alternate colors and filling in any small gaps from the previous stems.
Continue all the way around the wreath making sure to tightly wrap the stems as you go.
When you get back to the beginning be sure to tuck the stems underneath the starting tulips and fill in any gaps.
Look at the finished wreath to make sure that it is symmetrical and balanced. Make any adjustments as needed.
If you'd like, tuck in a few blooms of tulips in a highly contrasting color such as this dark pink for extra depth and dimension to your wreath.
Expert Tips & FAQs
You can use whatever colored tulips you want for this craft, mix and match with your favorite colors to better suit your taste.
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