Easy Tulle Spring Flowers Door Decoration Ideas
Get ready for Spring by making this cute Tulle Spring Flowers decoration for your front door.
I love how the flowers came out but I have to admit, I had quite the sparkle mess to clean up afterward. If you’re not up for that kind of mess buy tulle without sparkles.
This bright spring decoration add the pop of color to my front door that I was looking for and all of the supplies came from the Dollar Store except the fabric.
It took a little bit of time to figure out the right leaf sizes and best techniques to use. So you don’t have to spend your time fussing with that, I’ve provided step-by-step instructions and a pattern for the leaves and flower centers below in the supplies list.
Supplies You’ll Need:
- A Dollar Tree plastic charger or plate (I used a silver charger plate)
- 5 rolls of tulle or sparkle mesh (6-inch x 3-yard rolls – I used one roll per flower).
- Round plastic shower hook rings
- Fabric scraps
- Cardboard (I used cereal box)
- A small amount of poly-fil stuffing or batting
- Tacky Craft Glue
- Hot Glue Gun
- Leaf & Flower Center Pattern PDF
How to Make the Flowers:
How To Make The Flowers In More Detail:
- Cut tulle 7-inches long for the 3 smaller flowers. Cut tulle 9-inches long for 2 larger flowers. I used one roll of tulle per flower.
- To tie the tulle onto the ring by folding a piece in half and placing under the ring.
- Pull the ends through the loop end.
- Make a tight knot to finish.
How to Make the Leaves and Flower Centers:
How To Make The Leaves And Flower Centers In More Detail:
- Make 4 large leaves and 6 or so smaller ones (enough to cover your plate). Trace the Leaf Pattern onto a lightweight cardboard and cut out. Next cut fabric 1/4-inch larger than the cardboard. Cut notches into the fabric and use tacky craft glue to glue the fabric to the back of the cardboard.
- Making the Flower Centers is the same process as the leaves but glue a ball of poly-fil stuffing (batting) to the center of the flower to give it a little dimension.
Putting It All Together:
To finish, hot glue the centers onto the flowers, then hot glue the leaves and flowers to the plate. Hang with command strips or drill a small hole at the top of the plate and threaded with twine.