Do you like flowers but are looking for a more original idea than the traditional bouquet? Why not start making a homemade crown? With a few tulips and an armful of eucalyptus, create an astonishing ephemeral composition that will charm all your visitors.
- A metal circle with a diameter of 20 or 25 cm - Florist's binding wire (covered with kraft paper / green plastic) - A few tulips - A few eucalyptus branches - A ribbon or cotton string of around 25 cm - A pair of scissors - Pruning shears or florist scissors
© Fleur Louis Budget: less than 25 euros Duration: 1/2 hour
1. Tie the cord to form a closed loop. Pass it around the metal circle to be able to hang it.
© Fleur Louis 2. Decide on the orientation of your wreath. It can be regular or asymmetrical, and the volume can be distributed in different ways around the circle. Then start by attaching some flexible branches of eucalyptus to create a background.
© Fleur Louis 3. Cut a few tulips, keep only one leaf. Fix them one by one in a harmonious way on the circle using the wire to bind. Be careful not to over tighten, the hollow stems of the tulips are fragile.
© Fleur Louis 4. Once you are satisfied with the position of the tulips, add more eucalyptus branches to hide the tulip fixings. They can be tied with the wire or simply slipped under the branches already fixed.
When your work is done, cut the stems sticking out and the excess wire. Your wreath is ready to hang on the wall or on a door as a spring welcome sign! Did you like this tutorial? Send us photos of your achievements via our Facebook page, and find other ideas on our Pinterest!