Make a Spring centerpiece with Tulips

What’s better than a flower-filled Spring? (Even if they’re paper flowers!). We love real flowers, but sometimes it’s nice to get crafty and create some paper flowers that won’t wilt. Now you can celebrate Spring with this Tulip centerpiece!

Read below for the full tutorial for this Spring centerpiece with Tulips. It will definitely be the highlight of your Spring dinner parties!

You’ll Need:

  • Crepe paper
  • Wire cutters
  • Wire (22 gauge)
  • Spray paint
  • Basket
  • Wood wool
  • Moss
  • Glue gun

Fortuitously (?), I got sick last week. I was supposed to read the book for this month’s book club (feel free to join in! More deets here) but you know how you get when you’re sick? You just can’t work the mind too well. SO, I made lots of paper flowers instead. And turned them into a centerpiece. And I’m kind of stoked about how they turned out. Wouldn’t it be great as a centerpiece for the Easter table or to give for Mother’s Day? Or just sitting around looking pretty during Spring. Over the next couple of days, I’ll be showing you what to make and then how to incorporate it into your Easter celebration.
So, this is how it goes.
Click for full tutorial!

2 COMMENTS

  1. I can’t believe how easy you make this look! And the flowers are so convincing…thank you for the tutorial, I am going to try this.

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