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Hi everyone! I am happy you stopped by today. I have a simple gift for you to make to celebrate the season changing. I am glad you are here to join along with me as I show you How To Make a Spring Hostess Gift. It involves tulips and you don’t even have to have a green thumb! That is a huge relief for me. Since I have a black thumb with just about every plant I have ever owned. I try. I REALLY try.
So if you haven’t been here before. I try to make everything as easy as possible. This is definitely one of those projects.
When you are ready to learn How To Make a Spring Hostess Gift, this is what you will need:
tulip bulbs (or any of your favorite bulb flowers) IE; daffodils, irises
I bought my tulips at our local nursery. As we live in a tiny condo and do not have space to grow a garden (Insert sad face) I took the tulips out of the soil.
BUT, I carefully left most of the soil on the bulb and roots. Easy, right?
I cut brown paper package paper into 18 inch squares. I gathered the paper up around the base of the bulb and leaves.
With an 18 inch length of jute, I tied the brown package paper around the tulip bulb. You can pull it pretty tight without harming the leaves or bulb.
I made six altogether for a tea party I hosted last week. I wanted to give my guests a gift for attending.
(They LOVED it.)
Setting them in a wooden tray made a beautiful and unique centerpiece, don’t you think?
I am so happy with how easy it is to teach How To Make a Spring Hostess Gift.
A few variations could be using newspaper, adding name tags, tie with ribbon or lace. Even place them in a terracotta pot. All super easy ideas and your creativity is the only thing that limits you.
I hope you make your own Spring Hostess Gift soon and let me know how they turn out.
I appreciate your visit today.
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