Spring is officially here! With that being said, I think its the perfect time to add a little pop of color to my front door. Nothing does it better than a pink tulip monogram spring wreath! This budget friendly project adds the perfect touch to any space. Let’s get started!
All you need is:
Faux flowers of your choice
When I first planned this project I wanted to use lavender hydrangeas, but when I saw 2 bunches of tulips on sale at Michael’s AND I had a coupon- I couldn’t resist! I purchased all my materials for under $15. Thank goodness for coupons:)
First, separate the tulip stems from the bunch. One bunch at a time, arrange them in a bouquet. Once you like the they way it looks, carefully zip tie the bunch together- but not to the wreath. Repeat this with the second bunch.
Once you are satisfied with your 2 bouquets, zip tie them to the wreath leaving a small space in-between for the bow.
Position your bow in the provided space and zip tie to the wreath making sure the bow covers the stems. Cut all excess zip ties. Lastly, attach your letter to the wreath. Simple as that!
I love how easy and budget friendly this piece of décor was. In fact, I had so much fun making it I’m going to make another one as a gift! What type of flowers would you use?