DIY Grapevine Wreath

Decorating your front door when the seasons change doesn’t have to be difficult, or expensive.

Grapevine wreaths come in many sizes, and are very easy to decorate with flowers to create a simple and stylish look. This entire project cost me around $5.

Keep reading if you’ve ever wanted to know how to make a beautiful fall grapevine wreath!

Fall Wreath

Grapevine wreath making supply list:

  • 1 Small Grapevine Wreath
  • 1 Small Fall Floral Pick (or individual stems of fall flowers)
  • Wire cutters
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun and Hot Glue Stick
  • Brown Ribbon
Fall Wreath Supplies

Grapevine wreath making directions:

Using your wire cutters, carefully remove the flowers individually from the floral pick (or stems, depending on what you decide to use).

On the pieces that you want to use for the arrangement, make sure that they have a stem that it about an inch to an inch and a half in length so that you can insert it far enough into the wreath.

I didn’t use some of the ones in the photo below on my grapevine wreath, because they were too short.

Fall Wreath Assembly

Decide where you want your leaves to lay. Place a small dab of hot glue on the stem and insert it into the wreath.

Always lay your arrangement out first before gluing to your grapevine wreath. It’s hard to undo something you have hot glued without tearing a bit of the wreath.

Fall Wreath Leaves

Place a dab of hot glue on the stem of your main flower and insert it into the grapevine wreath. Now is the time to use your hot glue gun to secure anything that may be out of place. It helps to reinforce it a bit so that if you hang the wreath outdoors, the wind doesn’t blow your flowers away.

Cut a piece of the brown ribbon to tie around your wreath. The length should be determined by personal preference, as well as what you will be hanging it from. Tie the ribbon around the wreath and make a small bow at the top.

Fall Wreath

Hang your grapevine wreath up and enjoy it!

If you want to save your grapevine wreath  for many years, wrap it in tissue paper and store in a cool, dry place.

Looking for more fall crafts? Check out our felt pumpkin tutorial, or learn how to etch glass — Halloween style!

Amanda Long

Amanda is a wife and mother of a 3-year old daughter. When she isn't blogging at Midwestern Moms, she keeps herself busy with unique craft projects, baking, or reading a good book.

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