Tulips for Every Occasion

How-To

Tulips are my favorite flower. They symbolize the coming of spring, new beginnings and the end of winter's cold, dark days. Tulips are not too showy or too dramatic. They are subtle but striking. I think they are perfect.

Like most flowers, different colors of tulips represent different feelings and emotions. According to ProFlowers.com, red represents true love, purple represents royalty, white stands for forgiveness and yellow conveys cheerfulness.

If you're a beginning stained glass artist and you're looking for a simple lead project that will be treasured for years to come, try this Free Tulip Pattern from Glass Patterns Quarterly. You could make a tulip of every color!

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Julie Bedford

Julie Bedford

Julie graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Communications. She worked as a marketing director and graphic designer before coming to work for Delphi as social media manager. Her mother is an artist and inspired Julie's love for art and creativity at a young age. Her hobbies include writing, crafting and social networking.