DIY Grapevine Christmas Wreath

12 Dec

Back for another week of Pinterest Christmas. This is a bit of a two parter. I created something for my stockings (that is coming next week) but I need a wreath to hang above it. After looking up a few Christmas wreathes on Pinterest, I decided I wanted to go in the grapevine direction with a big J. I hit the craft store and picked up a few items, not really knowing what direction I wanted to head in.

I stared moving all of the floral around and got it to a place that I liked. I unwrapped the gold bunch (see photo on top) and added those in throughout the wreath. The trick here is lightweight floral wire. Once I figured out where I wanted to put everything, I secured it with the wire.

Next, I took the wooden letter and started wrapping it with yarn. I always hot glue the yarn first so it doesn’t unravel on you.

And honestly….. that is about it. So incredibly simple but I love it!!!

Christmas Wreath by This Grey House

It probably took me about a hour and really was inexpensive to make. The wreath itself is only $6 and all of the floral items I picked up were 60% off!

Christmas Wreath by This Grey House

Christmas Wreath by This Grey House

For more projects and inspiration, check out the other blogs in the A Pinterest Christmas series [Emerald City Diaries | Greg & MaggiThe Gilbertson Family | The Pena Family | This Grey House | Without A Doubt]. Share your Pinterest Christmas projects with us! Comment on one of our blogs, link back to a post, or use #PinterestChristmas2014 on Instagram!

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2 Responses to “DIY Grapevine Christmas Wreath”

  1. Kendra G. December 12, 2014 at 1:59 pm #

    Love this! It looks great!

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