With stem side down, cut a cross in the top of each cherry tomato (about ¾ down the tomato).
Take a grilling skewer or toothpick and make a hole where the stem currently is. You may need to twist the skewer in a circle a few times to make room for the chive to fit through.
Finely chop or grate cucumber.
Mix cream cheese, cucumber and basil in a bowl. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Add a teaspoon of cream cheese mixture into each tomato tulip (adjust depending on size of tomatoes).
Insert a chive into the hole at the bottom of each tomato.
Use a damp paper towel to clean any excess cream cheese filling from outside of tomatoes.
Prepare the tulip bouquet on a large plate or platter. Use the extra chive stalk to wrap around the tulip stems to complete the bouquet. Now you have your fancy tulip tomatoes, and they are MUCH simpler than they look!