Today, we’re welcoming Coach Fancy to show us a simple Evergreen and Burlap Grapevine Wreath tutorial that’s perfect to sell in your shop all year round!
Hey, y’all! I am so excited to have Coach Fancy here to do a burlap wreath tutorial for you. This design is gorgeous and perfect for selling in your show any time of the year.
Here’s Coach Fancy!
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Evergreen and Burlap Grapevine Wreath Tutorial
Hey guys! Coach Fancy here. I’m super excited to be here today to show you this easy and versatile wreath design.
It comes together quickly, is really easy to adapt to any season, and is a snap to make in multiples so that you can quickly fill your inventory as needed.
Let’s go ahead and get started with this wreath.
How To Make An Evergreen and Burlap Grapevine Wreath
I think you’ll be surprised at how quickly you can make this wreath. In fact, you can go from start to finish in about 10 minutes! Here’s how.
Take your greenery sprays and separate them in half. There are 7 sprigs on each spray, so you’ll end up with 4 sprigs in one half and 3 in the other.
Take the stems of the boxwood greenery and weave them down into the left side of the grapevine base. You’ll take the stems in opposite directions so that they come together in the middle. Secure the stems with a zip tie, pipe cleaner, or hot glue.
Follow the same process with the buttonbush greenery to create full thick and fun little bundles. Use a little bit of hot glue to secure them in place.
It’s now time to make our burlap bow!
Take your burlap ribbon and measure out a tail that comes partway down your greenery – about 6 inches or so.
Pinch the ribbon together and loop it back to create a loop. Resting the first loop in your hand between your thumb and pointer finger, repeat the process to create the 2nd loop.
Create a mini loop for the center “button” and put a good twist on that. Take your pipe cleaner and tie it up through the middle of the bow leaving a long tail of the pipe cleaner so that it can attach to the grapevine base. Cut the second bow tail to match the first one.
Reverse curl the tails and fluff the bow.
That’s it! You’re done!
A Perfect Evergreen Grapevine Wreath!
Pretty and simple, right? I hope you enjoyed this grapevine and burlap wreath tutorial!
I kid you not when I say that this classic, understated wreath design will sell like hotcakes. Go ahead and make several of them because they’ll sell much faster than you realize.
Evergreen Grapevine and Burlap Wreath
- Take your boxwood greenery spray and separate it in half.
- Weave the boxwood greenery stems down into the left side of the grapevine base. Insert the stems in opposite directions so that they come together in the middle. Use a zip tie, pipe cleaner, or hot glue to secure the stems.
- Take the buttonbush greenery spray and separate it by cutting off the smaller stems from the main stem. Insert the individual stems into the wreath base around the boxwood sprays to create full, thick bundles. Use a little bit of hot glue to secure them in place.
- Let's make our burlap bow. Take your burlap ribbon and measure out a tail that comes part way down your greenery – about 6-8 inches. Pinch the ribbon together and bring it up and back to create a loop. Pinch both pieces of ribbon together. Repeat the process to create a 2nd loop while holding the bow in your hand loosely.
- Create a mini loop for the center “button” and twist it. Take your pipe cleaner use a small portion to secure the bow. Use the remaining part of your pipe cleaner to secure the bow to the grapevine base. Cut the second bow tail to match the length of the first one.Reverse curl the tails and fluff the bow.
- Do any final arranging and fluffing of the bow and greenery, and you're done!
If you love grapevine wreaths, check out our other grapevine wreath ideas!
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