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DIY Southern Magnolia Grapevine Wreath

DIY Southern Magnolia Grapevine Wreath

DIY Southern Magnolia Grapevine Wreath

This week our floral designer Tim created gorgeous Southern Magnolia Grapevine Wreath that is ideal to use throughout the Spring & Summer. He selected two different types of Greenery, an accent floral, the cute Cotton Pickin' Blessed sign and of course, the Magnolias to bring this design together. You can create one of your very own using the steps and supplies listed below

Supplies needed:


  • To get started, make sure you have gathered all the necessary supplies. 

  • Tim began by attaching the Variegated Ivy to the bottom center of the Grapevine Wreath. He cut the majority of the stem off of the bush and then used hot glue to attach it to the Wreath. He divided the branches of the bush and manipulated them to run up each side of the Wreath. He weaved the branches into the Wreath to help secure them up the sides. He also used hot glue to help secure them. 


  • Tim then cut the Australian Fern Bush into individual pieces and placed them on both sides of the Wreath. 



  • After Greenery had been added, Tim began adding the three Magnolias. He cut the flower away from the rest of the spray and placed them at the bottom of the Wreath in a row. 




  • Next Tim used the remaining leaves and accents from the Magnolia sprays to add texture to the wreath. He used hot glue to secure them throughout the Wreath. 



  • Tim then cut the string on the Cotton Pickin' Blessed sign in the middle and used each piece of the string to attach the sign to the Wreath. He tied the sign to the grapevine and then added a bit of hot glue to ensure it stays put. The sign was placed caddy corner across the Wreath from the set of 3 Magnolias.


  • Lastly, Tim cut the Quince Spray apart into individual sections. He placed them throughout the Wreath to add small pops of white florals throughout. 



  • When you have finished adding the Quince you can come to a stopping point or you can continue to fill in with any leftover pieces that you may have. When you are done you will have a gorgeous Wreath to use throughout the Spring and Summer season. 


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