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This farmhouse wreath has a basic grapevine base that is jazzed up with plenty of personality! Make this one for yourself or to sell at a craft show—it’ll fly off the shelves!

In case you haven’t noticed…the farmhouse trend is HOT, y’all. If there’s one thing that’s practically guaranteed to sell out at a craft fair, it’s a farmhouse wreath.

Farmhouse decor doesn’t always equate to country style, although that’s the way I decided to take this farmhouse wreath. Farmhouse style can mean different things to different people….do a quick google search and you’ll see what I mean.

The fun thing about this style of decor is you can give it flair. You start with a basic grapevine wreath, then layer on greenery and florals. Of course, I had to include magnolias—they are the most farmhouse-friendly flower I could think of! Then, kick it up another notch by adding a cheeky sign and several coordinating bows and ribbons.

DIY Farmhouse Grapevine Wreath

Grab your craft supplies and let’s start creating! This video will walk you through exactly how I put together a farmhouse wreath. As always, feel free to change it up and make it your own!

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Farmhouse Grapevine Wreath

This farmhouse wreath has a basic grapevine base that is jazzed up with plenty of personality! Make this one for yourself or to sell at a craft show—it'll fly off the shelves!
Yield: 1 wreath


  • Prep your wreath sign. Staple the string of the sign to the back, so it's out of the way. Make sure the back of the sign is free of any stickers since it's going to be on a grapevine base.
  • Add a pipe cleaner to both sides of the wreath sign and staple it. Take a hot glue gun and cover the pipe cleaner and staple.
  • Take the pipe cleaners and put it through the top of the grapevine base. Twist and tied off on the back.
  • Take greenery and if it's big and full, cut half. Fluff it out and trim the stem. You want the greenery to come all the way up to the top, but not quite cover the sign.
  • Take the other half of the greenery and make the bottom piece go down further to make the wreath look bigger and fuller. Use the glue gun to keep both greenery in place.
  • Take your EZ Bow Maker and 2.5" ribbon, make an extra long tail and make a 6-inch loop on each side.
  • Next is the 1.5" ribbon, make a tail and a loop (on each side) slightly smaller than your previous ribbon.
  • Then get another 1.5" ribbon, make a tail and the loop (on each side) will be slightly smaller than the last ribbon.
  • Take the same ribbon and add the extra tail to give it a little extra flair.
  • Next is the last 1.5" ribbon. Make a single loop for the center. Take the pipe cleaner, twist and tie off. Fluff your bow.
  • Add your bow in the middle of the greenery pieces. Tie off the pipe cleaners after inserting through the grapevine base.
  • Now you can add more greenery to the top and bottom of the bow. Keep adding until the wreath looks nice and full.
  • Next you can add floral sprays/picks to the top and bottom of your bow.
  • Now trim and make all your tails in to dovetails.
  • Make another bow. You can do it by hand or use an EZ Bow Maker. Start with just a tail with a 2.5" ribbon. Next, use a 1.5" ribbon and make a loop on each side. Take another 1.5" ribbon and make a loop on each side slightly smaller than the previous ribbon. Take the last 1.5" ribbon and make a single center loop. Use a pipe cleaner to tie off the bow nice and tight. Fluff out the bow.
  • Attach bow at the top of the wreath sign with the pipe cleaner through the grapevine base. Trim and cut ends of the bow into dovetails.
  • Take extra greenery and add around the top bow to make the look cohesive.
  • For the bottom bow, take a strip of each of the ribbons and make tails only ribbon. Crunch it up in the middle. Take the stem pick machine, pinch it off, and add steel pick to keep the ribbon in place. Add the tails to the bottom of the wreath, trim ends into dovetails.

There you have it – you know how to make a beautiful, trendy, sure-to-sell DIY farmhouse wreath. Don’t forget to make it your own—I can’t wait to see what you come up with! 🙂

No matter what kind of decor you make, we want to see your creations over at the How To Make Wreaths Facebook Group.

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