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DIY Lavender & Cream Spring Grapevine Wreath

DIY Lavender & Cream Spring Grapevine Wreath

DIY Lavender & Cream Spring Grapevine Wreath

This week our talented floral designer Tim has put together a stunning Grapevine Wreath made up of different shades of lavender and cream. This is a gorgeous wreath that could be used all season long to welcome friends & family. You can create one of your very own using the steps and supplies listed below. 

Supplies needed:


  • To get started, first you will need to gather your supplies. Remember, that any combination of florals and accents can be used when making this wreath. You can change any of the colors or ribbon to fit your personal preference. 

  • Tim first created a base layer of Ivy on the right hand side of the wreath. He cut individual pieces of the ivy off of the main bush and hot glued them to the wreath. 



  • Next Tim added the three small Hydrangea stems to the wreath. He cut the majority of the length off of the stem and used hot glue to secure them to the wreath. He placed them in a triangle pattern on the bottom right hand corner of the wreath. 



  • Then Tim added the two Cream Stock stems to the wreath. He also trimmed the majority of the stem off of these. He placed one on the right hand side going up the wreath and the other on the bottom right hand side underneath the hydrangeas. 


  • He then added both sweet pea stems to the wreath. Both of these went on either side of the hydrangeas. 



  • Next Tim filled in around the main stems with pieces of the Purple Berry bush. 


  • The last floral that Tim added was the Frosted Green Hops Stem. He cut this into individual pieces and spread it throughout the wreath. 


  • Lastly, Tim tied a small three loop bow using the Lavender Flowers ribbon. He placed the bow near the last Hydrangea on the wreath and weaved the loops into the stems. 


  • To finish off this design he added a few more sprigs of ivy to the wreath where he thought it was needed. You can now come to a stopping point and enjoy your wreath throughout the Spring season. 




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