Dollar Tree Tulip Wreath Tutorial

Dollar Tree Tulip Wreath Tutorial

This craft tutorial shows you how to make a Tulip Wreath using basic supplies from the Dollar Tree store.

What you need

18 inch Grapevine Wreath 

Wire Cutters

I used a premade burlap bow 

Dollar Tree Pink Tulips (2 bunches)

Dollar tree small white flowers with yellow in the center

Eucalyptus bunch 



Are you looking for a way to spruce up your home for the spring season without breaking the bank? Look no further! This Dollar Tree Tulip Wreath tutorial is the perfect solution for those who want to add a touch of color and warmth to their home without spending a lot of money. Using basic supplies from the Dollar Tree store, you can create a beautiful and unique tulip wreath that will be the envy of all your friends and family.

The wreath is made using an 18 inch grapevine wreath form, which serves as the base for the wreath. You will also need wire cutters to help shape and mold the grapevine wreath into the desired shape. To add some color to the wreath, you will use a combination of pink tulips and small white flowers with yellow centers. These flowers can be found at your local Dollar Tree store and they add a pop of color that will brighten up any room. To finish off the wreath, you will add a touch of greenery using a eucalyptus bunch.

The tutorial is easy to follow, and you will be able to complete the wreath in no time. The final product is a beautiful and unique tulip wreath that is perfect for the spring season. The tulip wreath is perfect for decorating your front door, a wall, or even a mantel. Not only is this wreath beautiful, but it is also affordable, making it the perfect craft project for those on a budget. So gather your supplies and get ready to add a touch of spring to your home with this Dollar Tree Tulip Wreath tutorial.

Using the wire cutters cut the stems of all of the flower and half of the eucalyptus bunch. I left about 3 inches of the stem


(I didn’t hot glue the flowers in but for more stability and longer lasting, I would add some hot glue to each stem before placing it in between the grapevine)

When adding the flowers, I started with the top section of the wreath first. I started by adding the tulips first. I just weaved the stem in between the grapevine. I next added the eucalyptus pieces to give it some fullness and added green color. I then sporadically added the pieces with the white flowers.


The pre made bow had a tie in the back so I used that to tie the bow to the grapevine. After securing the bow I then added the flowers to the bottom section of the wreath underneath the bow.


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