Every season I change out our wreath on the front door. This year I decided to make a new one for fall, because I couldn’t find a pre-made one that I liked. Is it just me or are store-bought wreaths just plain ugly and so overpriced? I used a simple grapevine wreath and a few faux flowers and leaves to create a simple, yet festive, wreath for under $25! Here’s how I did it below.
What you need:
- Grapevine wreath
- Faux flowers
- Faux leaf garland
- Wire cutters
- Hot glue gun (optional)
Step 1: Cut your flowers into separate stems, keeping the leaves attached. Be sure to make stems as long as possible.
Step 2: Wrap your garland around the grapevine wreath, making sure to intertwine with the wreath (over and under, etc.).
Step 3: Take each individual flower and thread the stem through the grapevine wreath, front to back. Bend stem and wrap into the wreath. Repeat until all the flowers are attached and evenly placed. If you need to, you can glue the stems in place.