Grapevine Wreath DIY for Spring
Turn a grapevine wreath into a beautiful spring wreath for under $10 with items from Dollar Tree!
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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!
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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
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Grapevine Wreath DIY
What you need
- Grapevine wreath
- Greenery stems (2)
- Lavender stems (2)
- Small terra-cotta pot
- Floral foam
- Windmill yard stake
- Hot glue gun
What you do
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The last thing I did was attach a burlap ribbon to the top of the wreath for hanging.
I’m happy with how my grapevine wreath turned out. The hardest part is figuring out where to hang it!
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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!