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DIY Cotton Everyday Grapevine Wreath

DIY Cotton Everyday Grapevine Wreath

DIY Cotton Everyday Grapevine Wreath

Today we are creating a simple and classic Cotton Everyday Grapevine Wreath, with Tim our Floral Designer at Fads & Frames in Alexandria, LA, that is perfect for welcoming the warmer months. This Cotton Everyday Grapevine Wreath can be used all year long. This Grapevine can be created using the steps and supplies listed below, as always, any combination of ribbon, florals and accents can be used to create a one-of-a-kind wreath for your door. 

Supplies needed:


  • To begin, gather all of your supplies. Remember that you can use any combination of greenery, ribbon and accents for this Wreath. 

  • In the first step, we will start by tying the sign onto the Wreath. You will want to cut the sign rope in the middle. We placed the sign across the lower half of the wreath at a little bit of an angle and then used the two pieces of rope to secure it to the wreath. You can also add a bit of hot glue on each side once it is tied to the wreath. This will help secure the knot that you have tied. 


  • Now we can work on creating the base of our Wreath using the Forest Fern Spray and Maidenhair Fern Bush. You will want to cut the Forest Fern Spray just a little below the base of the main stem. 

  • We will use both pieces of Fern on this first spray and insert them under the edge of the Sign. Remember, to add a bit of Hot Glue to the end of every stem before sticking it into the Grapevine.

  • Then we will begin cutting the Maidenhair Fern Bush apart into individual sections. The first piece we will place in between the two piece of Forest Fern that we placed in the previous step.


  • We are going to continue to add Maidenhair Fern and Forest Fern to the Wreath; creating a V-shape starting at the left edge of the sign. 



  • Once you are happy with the base of Greenery that has been created you can start adding the Cotton and Pampas Grass accents. Our Cotton Stem has three different branches and we have cut each on into a separate piece. We placed one longer Cotton Stem in the top section of the Wreath and then two coming out from the bottom of the Sign.


  • Next we will cut apart the Pampas Grass Bundle. This Bundle has three individual pieces. Once we have them separated we will place them around the sign.


  • Next we will tie two small two loop Bows using the Burlap Ribbon. You will need the floral wire to tie the Bow and to secure them to the Wreath. We placed the bows on either side of the bottom left corner of the sign and left the tails longer to cut dovetails into them.


  • Once you have added the Bows you can come to a stopping point. You can also add more Greenery in any places where you feel that you have holes in the Wreath. This Wreath is perfect for everyday use and can be used all year long. 


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