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DIY Spring Crawfish Grapevine Wreath

DIY Spring Crawfish Grapevine Wreath

DIY Spring Crawfish Grapevine Wreath

This week our floral designer Tim created a fun Spring Crawfish Grapevine Wreath using a foam Crawfish and natural elements. This wreath is perfect to use throughout the Spring & Summer Crawfish season. You can make one of your very own using the steps and supplies listed below.

Supplies needed: 


  • First things first, gather all of your supplies. Remember, you can adjust any of the colors, florals or ribbon used in this design to better fit your decor. 
  • Tim began by cutting the majority of the length off of the Rice Bushes. He placed them facing opposite directions on the bottom right hand corner of the wreath. He used hot glue to secure the greenery to the wreath. 


  • He then cut the Red Fox Fern Stem into separate sections and placed them underneath the Rice Grass on either side of the wreath. He used hot glue to secure them to the wreath. 



  • Next Tim began working on the stacked bow using all three ribbons. He first tied the Crawfish ribbon into a three loop bow. He then stacked the Blue Plaid & Net Ribbons together and tied another three loop bow. He stacked them together and then placed them in the middle of the greenery that had already been added. He used the floral wire to attach the bow to the wreath. 



  • Tim then began adding the smaller Blue Flowers to the wreath. He cut each of the stems into separate pieces and placed them throughout the greenery.



  • Our Australian Fern is the last bit of Greenery that Tim added to the wreath. He cut the stem into individual pieces and added them to the wreath using hot glue to secure them. 



  • To finish off the wreath, Tim added the foam Crawfish nestled into the greenery on the left side of the wreath. He used hot glut to secure the Crawfish. 

  • After you have added the Crawfish you can come to a stopping point or continue to add any additional accents you may have. We hope you enjoy this fun design!



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