DIY painted wooden tulips. These tulips make a super cute springtime decor!
Spring has been sprung here in the desert for a month now. I feel bad for the rest of the country who are battling snowstorms and delayed flights and such. Not really because the stifling heat will be here soon enough and I’ll be miserable and way too hot. Tulips are absolutely my favorite flower. Particularly the white ones. One of the things that annoys me about living in the desert is that tulips don’t really grow in the ground well, and fresh cut tulips don’t last very long. So I was delighted when I found these paintable wooden tulips in the dollar spot at Target. They look like they came straight from Holland right?
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- Wooden tulip cutouts from Target (Here is a wooden tulip on Amazon, and this darling one from the Wood Connection…not the same though)
- Foam brushes
- DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint in Watermelon Slice, Cadmium Yellow and Hauser Light Green
The pink color is called Watermelon Slice and I am absolutely in love with it. I guarantee it will be my go-to pink for my crafts this season. I did a thin coat of each color, since I liked the look the brush strokes left. Of course, I left some white since white tulips are the best.
For $3 for a pack of three wooden tulips, this craft is super affordable and makes a bright impact for your spring decorations!