It's possible my Christmas wreath is still on my door. I didn't say it definitely is... just that it's possible. (It is.)
Time to fix that disgrace with minimal time and cash. Enter the tulip wreath! The picture above is from Pinterest. Sold.
I ran to the craft store and purchased my materials.
You'll need about 25-30 large fake tulips on stems, a vine wreath and wire cutters. If you don't have specific wire cutters, check your pliers - some of them have a wire cutter part below the pliers.
Cut the stems at the base. If you cut them so the leaves are still attached, the leaves will make the wreath look a little fuller. But you can also make the wreath with only the tulip heads and no leaves.
Then arrange the tulips by sticking the stems in the wreath, moving in a circle. It can be a little tricky to wiggle the stems in, but you don't need glue or twist ties to hold them in place.
Once you get all the way around - voila!
Total cost: $10. Seriously. The flowers were BOGO and I already had the wire cutters. (If you don't have them, they're a good thing to have around so they're definitely worth a few $$ to pick up.)
Here are some variations from the wonderful world of Pinterest!