Easy & Gorgeous DIY Tulip Spring Door Decoration

Last Updated on March 3, 2022

With spring in the air, I set out to create a DIY tulip wreath for our front door, but I wanted to do something a bit different than what I am seeing all over Pinterest. I am so excited about what I came up with. Instead of making a traditional wreath, I made this beautiful tulip spring door hanging. Best of all, it's SO EASY to make. It took me about 10 minutes from start to finish.

This is STUNNING! Learn to create a DIY tulip wreath with this full tutorial. It is easy and only takes 10 minutes!

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Materials Needed

Steps to Make Your Tulip Spring Door Decoration

1) Stuff paper in the bottom of your bent birch vase so your flowers don't fall through the bottom :)

folded birch vase stuffed with paper

2) Cut the bunches of your tulips so that each stem is separate. This will allow for a more full and organic look when you begin arranging your flowers in the vase.

cutting individual stems off silk flower bunch with wire cutters

3) Attach your ribbon to the INSIDE edges of you bent birch vase. I used a stapler to attach mine, but you could also use a hot glue gun.

attaching burlap ribbon to tulip spring door decoration

4) Arrange your tulips. I placed the taller ones in the back and the shorter ones in the front. Do whatever looks good to you! Get creative! You can even add multiple colors to your tulip wreath to add some brightness to your home.

DIY pink tulip spring door decoration hanging on front door

5) Hang your tulip wreath up and admire your work!

DIY pink tulip spring door decoration hanging on front door

Isn't it lovely?! I am so happy with how it turned out and I still can't get over how easy it was. And I don't know about you, but I kind of love this door hanging alternative to an ordinary wreath :)

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  1. There is just something about baby pink paired with natural wood tones that just speaks to me… such a beautiful combo! Love that it’s an non-traditional wreath, too :)

  2. I love it! I had to come and compliment it when I saw it in my email.

    I see you say to get two bunches, and I have tried to figure it out, but what size bunches? I see they have bunches of ten and bunches of twenty when I click your link.

    Thank you for sharing this with us – just gorgeous!

    1. Hi Camie! There is a link to the birch planter in the post {I purchased it from afloral.com}, but other readers are reporting that it is now out of stock. Sorry!

  3. I love this! I really like a spring decoration that isn’t just for Easter.
    Sadly, the birch planter isn’t available.