Monday, April 7, 2014

Easy Tulip "Wreath"

I wanted to incorporate tulips on my front door for spring. So, I scrounged up an old basket I had laying in the garage, added some faux tulip stems from Michael's, and I had a "wreath" that took about 3 minutes to assemble!


The tulips are mini and were $2 a bunch (the ones I chose were white, pale pink, and magenta). I used four for this wreath. I already had the basket and chevron ribbon, so this wreath came in under $9! I barely poked the stems through the bottom of the basket to secure them.


There is something I really like about the pop of pink off our blue front door. I also spray painted an over the door wreath hanger with gold spray paint for a little shot of metallic.

I love the punch of color, and the mixed hues of pink and white.


Even if our weather is going to be hit or miss, at least it's spring on my front porch!!  xo

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