| | |

Easy DIY Spring Tulip Basket Front Door Wreath

Thanks for sharing!

My easy DIY Spring Tulip Basket Front Door Wreath is the perfect spring project to usher in the new season.

Latest from OSH

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something using one of my links, I may earn a small commission from the retailer costing you nothing more. You can read more on my disclosure page

spring front porch

Topiaries | Rug | Mat | Garden Stool | Wreath Basket | Faux Tulips

Be sure to visit our fabulous host, Cindy, from County Road 407. She organizes our monthly Pinterest Challenges!

What is the Pinterest Challenge?

Each month, we are given either a topic or a photo for inspiration. Think in terms of looking through Pinterest for inspiration. That is how Cindy gets inspired by the challenge. If it is photo inspiration, she visits the source and asks if they'd like to be our inspiration for the monthly challenge. It's that simple! It's such a fun post each month.

This month we are recreating a sweet spring tulip wreath featuring lush artificial tulips inspired by Krisiti from the lovely blog, Chatterfield Court. I have long been a follower of Kristi's beautiful blog. We have participated in several blog hops through the years. If you haven't visited, you are in for a treat!

Inspiration from Chatterfield Court

If you are visiting from The Crowned Goat, welcome! CoCo has a gorgeous home. You are going to love how she refreshed an old spring wreath. Be sure to take a peek around her blog. I just love her style and she is the sweetest!

Also on OSH!  Deer Head Silhouette Pillow

Easy DIY Spring Tulip Basket Front Door Wreath

A universal favorite spring flower is the tulip. Pink and white tulips are a personal pick for me.

A spring tulip wreath can be a very simple DIY project but can take an awful lot of tulips to cover a complete wreath form. I found that daunting. LOL

You could save on tulips and do half a wreath with a large bow on the other side. 

I loved this wreath basket that I did a few years back. It held quite a few flowers and you could do something similar with this basket. Look for a basket with a narrower opening so you'll need fewer flowers.

basket wreath with tulips

I had been looking for a basket that was a perfect size for a front door wreath. It would be a simple spring wreath and would be a great candidate for changing out artificial flowers for the seasons.

My take on the simple tulip wreath is a variation using a basket. 

tulip basket on door

Supply List

I am not confident that these tulips would withstand the elements, so be sure to use them in a well-covered area on your porch. If in doubt, use indoors.

Nothing says spring decor like bunnies and tulips. Real tulips can be tricky. I have had great success with the real deal from Trader Joe's, but I'd never attempt to use them in a wreath project. Artificial tulips are the way to go for this simple DIY wreath. Just be sure to hang in a dry place out of the elements. 

I used ribbon as a wreath hanger and a command hook hung upside down on the backside of the door near the very top. If you go this route opt for a hanger that will blend in with your door. You could spray paint the Command Hook to match your door if necessary.  My door will not close with a traditional door hanger. 

spring front porch

Topiaries | Rug | Mat | Garden Stool | Wreath Basket | Faux Tulips

Also on OSH!  Cozy Christmas Front Porch

The How-To Steps

STEP 1

tulips on table

Unpackage your tulips. Each pack comes with 2 bundles. I used 2 packs for a total of 4 bundles.

Inspect your basket! I am so pleased with this purchase. The basket hanger is so sturdy and well-made.

Step 2

Place some scrap paper to fill the bottom of the basket and to camouflage the green of the floral foam along the front of the basket. I used the Amazon mailer that the tulips came in. 

Step 3

basket with floral foam

Add floral foam the the basket. Position it low enough to not be seen above the rim of the basket. I simply used a bread knife to cut it. You could use this handy foam knife if you do a lot of arranging. 

Step 4

basket with tulips

Start adding your faux tulips. I added mine along the outer edge first. Then fill in. You can easily bend the tulips to spill over the basket in areas. 

tulips in basket

Step 5

up close of basket bow

Add your bow with floral wire to the top of the basket. 

Step 6

tulips in basket

Loop a long run of ribbon through the hanger of the basket to hang over the door with a Command Hook like I did. You could skip this step if hanging on a regular door hanger. See several door hanger options listed below.

basket weave detail

I just hung the wreath on Friday. This ribbon was used on the topiaries for my daughter's bridal shower over a year ago.

It was the perfect look for the baby shower I had for my daughter-in-law on Saturday. She is having a baby girl so it was so sweet as part of the party decor. Luckily for me, it works all spring! Baby Phoebe is due on March 31. We are so excited for our first grandchild.

tulip basket wreath

What do you think about using a basket for something different? I like the look.

Birds in the spring looking to build a nest? I simply ball up a couple of these silver streamers and tuck them here and there. It helps to deter them. I may also add a couple of old golf balls.

Also on OSH!  Shades of Blue Summer Front Porch

Door Hanger Options

front porch

Topiaries | Rug | Mat | Garden Stool | Wreath Basket | Faux Tulips

Next up on today's hop is DIY Beautify, welcome! Cindy has a lovely vintage-styled home. You are going to love her take on the spring tulip wreath. Stay a while and visit her creative ideas. I am sure you will be inspired!

Check out more ideas from this month's challenge!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter
pin with text overlay of wreath basket
signature
white blouse and jeans

Christy has been creating content for Our Southern Home since 2012. She has been featured in numerous print and online publications. Her classic, eclectic design approach spans her home and fashion style. Christy has a way of mixing store-bought with thrift store, antique and vintage finds. As a recent empty nester, she is having fun navigating this new stage of life. Read more about Christy HERE. Be sure to subscribe below. You can also contact me HERE.

Buffer

Thanks for sharing!

Similar Posts

12 Comments

  1. This flower basket is perfect for a front door. I love that color of tulips, and how special to use the same ribbon from family events. I had never heard of a foam knife! Great idea for floral arrangements.

  2. Oh my golly, if I lived close to you I’d have to walk up there a snatch that right off your door! 😉 I love the colors, the ribbon and its fullness. Gaaaaah! So pretty! Glad you joined in this month. Such great inspiration. Happy Spring!

  3. Christy, your tulip basket is absolutely gorgeous! I love the double ribbons, and the results are stunning! What a beautiful way to welcome Spring. Congrats on the grand baby coming soon xx Pinned.

  4. Losing it in the best possible way over these gorgeous pink tulips, Christy! I love how this front door flower basket came together and how you used extra ribbon as a wreath holder – that is totally genius. I’m so excited about your grandbaby. She has no idea that has totally hit the love lotto being a part of your family. Sending you tons of hugs and wishing you all the best as you celebrate this new season of life, CoCo

  5. You know how much I love your porch and this basket is the crowning touch. It is stunning and those tulips are amazing. I am definitely ordering some, they look so real and so beautiful. I love the pretty bow you added also. Perfect welcoming touch.

I love hearing from you!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.