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DIY Mixed Greenery Grapevine Wreath

DIY Mixed Greenery Grapevine Wreath

DIY Mixed Greenery Grapevine Wreath

This week on the blog, our floral designer Tim created a stunning Mixed Greenery Grapevine Wreath that can be used all year long. He used a combination of greenery stems, with the cutest wooden hello sign and a few pops of color. This would be the perfect wreath to use throughout the year and the accents/florals can always be adjusted to fit your own color scheme. Follow the steps and supplies listed below to create one of your very own. 


Supplies needed:


  • To get started gather all of the necessary supplies

  • Tim created a base layer of greenery using the Button Fern Spray. He cut all of the length off of the stem and then wired the greenery to the wreath. He bent the branches into a v-pattern so that they laid across and up the sides of the wreath. 


  • To secure the Hello Wood Sign to the wreath he drilled two holes in the sign. These holes were placed in opposite corners of the sign and then floral wire was used to secure the sign to the wreath. Tim placed the sign caddy corner across the wreath. 



  • Next Tim cut individual sections off of the Sedum Spray and placed them on either side of the sign. He used hot glue on the end of each piece to help secure it to the wreath. 



  • Tim then cut the Variegated Laurel Spray into separate sections and used hot glue to secure them to either side of the wreath. 



  • With every layer of greenery that is being added Tim is adding more interest and texture to the wreath. He is also working is way up the sides of the wreath and filling in any holes as he goes along. Next he cut the Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Spray into separate sections to add to the wreath. 


  • The Green Heather Spray was next cut into sections and then placed on either side of the sign and he did the same with the Lamb's Ear Spray.




  • To add color to the wreath Tim tied a three loop bow using both ribbons that he chose. He left the tails longer on this bow and draped them throughout the bottom side of the wreath. He used floral wire to tie the bow, attach it to the wreath and secure the tails. 



  • To add a few more pops of color Tim added 3 Lavender Allium Stems to the wreath. He cut the majority of the length off of the stem and then placed them on the wreath using hot glue. 



  • When you are finished you will now have a lovely wreath that you can use throughout the Spring season or all year long. 

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