Grapevine Wreath DIY for Spring

Turn a grapevine wreath into a beautiful spring wreath for under $10 with items from Dollar Tree!

Grapevine Wreath for Spring

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Last week was a lot better as far as anxiety and panic goes for me. So before I get into this grapevine wreath DIY I want to thank you all for your kind words and understanding. That meant a lot to me!

Now let’s get on to today’s DIY!

It’s the beginning of a new month, which means a team challenge DIY hosted by Terrie from decorateandmorewithtip.com. I’ll be sharing more grapevine wreath inspirations from the other great DIY bloggers after my post, so keep reading!

If you’re visiting from Carol’s blog at Blue Sky at Home, welcome!

Grapevine Wreath Challenge

For this month’s challenge, we are to use a grapevine wreath and decorate it any way we choose. I love the look of grapevine wreaths, but some of them can be super expensive. My wreath cost around $6!

I used a wreath I already had on hand and some items from

here!

Grapevine Wreath DIY

What you need

Materials Needed

What you do

Step 1

The first thing I did was slide the yard stake down into the wreath to see where I needed to cut it. I marked the spot and cut it off with wire cutters. This was a little challenging because my wire cutters are about 300 years old, but I finally got it.

Step 1 - Add the stake

Step 2

After cutting the stake, I slid it back down into the wreath so I could see where to put the greenery. I just stuck one piece on each side, then added the lavender in front of it.

There’s space in between because I wanted to leave enough room for the tiny flower pot.

Step 2 - add the greenery

Step 3

Next, I started working on the little flower pot. I cut a small piece of floral foam from a bigger block and placed it into the bottom of the pot. This can be glued down if you want a more permanent fix, however, I didn’t glue mine.

floral foam

Then I cut 3 stems from a bunch of lavender and placed them into the floral foam. Finally, I added a little bow made from jute twine.

Flower Pot

Step 4

Next, I glued the mini flower pot to the grapevine wreath with hot glue. I placed it in the space that I left when I added the greenery and lavender.

Step 4- glue the flower pot to the wreath

Step 5

The last thing I did was attach a burlap ribbon to the top of the wreath for hanging.

Grapevine Wreath DIY

I’m happy with how my grapevine wreath turned out. The hardest part is figuring out where to hang it!

Grapevine wreath

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Grapevine Wreath DIY for Spring

To see more Dollar Tree DIY’s click here!

Are you ready for more grapevine wreath inspiration? Let’s see what everyone else came up with for this month’s challenge.

I hope you enjoyed this month’s DIY challenge! Be sure to check out Jodi’s beautiful wreath at The House House!

Thank you for sharing!
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92 thoughts on “Grapevine Wreath DIY for Spring”

  1. I love the way it turned out Michelle! It’s beautiful and I agree the hardest thing making the wreath is where to hang it .. I placed it in a couple of spots before I found the right place!!

    Teresa!

  2. Very creative! I love that little flower pot and so agree on where to hang the wreath? I always think I’m going to hang it one place and end up with it somewhere else. Usually the front door!

    1. Thank you so much! I wanted to hang mine on the front door, but with so much going in and out during the renovation I thought it would get torn up. So I finally settled on the window. πŸ™‚

  3. Michelle I am so happy to hear you are feeling better this week. Your wreath is adorable. Love that you used the windmill yard decor. What a great idea. Love how your wreath looks. Our readers are going to gather a bunch of inspiration from you! Happy Spring!

  4. This is so creative, Michelle! I love it. I’m so glad things are getting better for you. I swear it feels like it’s been a total roller coaster as of late. Thinking of you and your family and hoping you are all well and safe, CoCo

    1. Thank you so much! I have to agree. Things are very out of control and all over the place right now. Thank you for your thoughts! We are doing well. I hope you and yours are well and safe, too. πŸ™‚

  5. You are so creative Michelle. About 30 years ago we used to cut grape vines and make our own wreathes. We have a lot of wild grape vines on our farm. I should start doing that again.

    1. Thank you! When I was little we had grapevines in the woods behind our house. We loved swinging from them! πŸ˜€ That’s so neat that you made your own grapevine wreaths from those. Yes, you should make some more! πŸ™‚

  6. Dee | Grammy's Grid

    Very pretty, I like it! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 11, open April 1 to 26. All entries shared on social media if share buttons installed. I’d like to invite you to check out my other current link parties too!

  7. I love your clever and frugal ideas. I’m so lucky to several Dollar Trees near me and also, drum roll, a really outstanding Good Will store. It’s fun to combine the two places and come up with really unique items. You are so talented!

  8. Very pretty DIY project. My mom used to make wreaths similar to this one. I live in an apartment so I don’t hang anything outside my door. I can see a lot of potential for a wreath in my future house. πŸ™Œ

    1. Thank you so much! I can understand not wanting to hang anything outside your door. I haven’t been able to do that here lately with all the things coming in and out of the house during the renovation. But I think a wreath looks good inside on a wall or window, too! πŸ™‚

  9. Michelle I love this wreath, and it looks so pretty on your window. I love wreaths, you’re inspiring me to make one, but since I can’t go shopping now, maybe for Christmas. Really love this one. <3

    1. Thank you so much! I’m glad you’re inspired to make a wreath, too! I hope all this will be over soon so we can get back to normal. I miss shopping! πŸ™‚

  10. This looks amazing! So pretty and creative! I love the cute little flower pot and flowers, such a nice added touch! This is perfect for Spring, it’s gorgeous πŸ™‚ Thanks for the inspiration, Michelle! Lovely post! <3 xx

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  11. I love your burlap ribbon Michelle! It adds the perfect touch to so many of your creations. This wreath is such a sweet Spring-time addition. The windmill made me smile, as did the lavender in the little pot. It’s perfect!

    I can see why the hardest part was figuring out where to place it. πŸ™‚ It might even be great for a shaded, semi-sheltered spot like under an awning or carport entryway. Yet another brilliant DIY my friend!

    1. Than you so much! I never thought of placing it outdoors. That’s a great idea! I have a chimney near my front door that needs something so it doesn’t look so bare. Adding a wreath there would really brighten it up! Thank you for the idea!! πŸ™‚

  12. Do you ever do May Day (5/1) flower baskets? Many ways to make them. The concept: leave on a doorstep, ring bell, run! I have done this almost every year since childhood. Not sure about this plague year, though.

    1. I’ve never done them, but it sounds like so much fun! What a great way to let people know you’re thinking of them. I guess if you’re not sticking around to talk to the person you’re delivering to then it should be okay to do this year, too. Thank you for sharing that!

  13. Michelle, I love how you filled the little clay pot with flowers. It is such a cute idea to use on a wreath. The garden sign was also a nice addition. Great job.

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