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Hey, friends! It’s wreath-making time, and I’m here to walk you through a Mother’s Day grapevine wreath that’s sure to make your mama proud. And guess what? It’s not as tough as you think. Let’s get crafting, and I’ll show you how to whip up a gift that’s all kinds of special without gluing your fingers together (well, maybe just a little bit).

A Mother’s Day wreath made from a grapevine base, adorned with vibrant purple flowers, delicate pink blossoms, and green foliage, accentuated by a large plaid bow with purple lines, showcased against a light background with the text 'DIY Floral Mother’s Day Wreath' at the bottom. The logo '' by DecoExchange is in the top left corner.

How to Make a Floral Mother’s Day Wreath

Okay let’s get to the creating. If you prefer clearer and printable instructions make sure to scroll down to the “recipe” card at the bottom of the post.

Supplies Needed

Add Greenery to the Wreath Base

Grab that grapevine and attach your first batch of greenery with a zip tie. No need for a master’s degree in floristry; just secure that baby and fluff it out until it looks nice and full.

Add Some Flower Power

Take those cosmos and start from the top, glue them down, and work your way to the bottom. We’re aiming for a kind of cascading effect, so it looks like nature just happened to fall perfectly into place.

Now, nestle in some purple hydrangeas. They’re the ‘oomph’ this wreath needs. And hey, if you’re vibing with pinks and purples, we’re on the same page. If not, just swap them out with your fave colors.

close up of a wreath for Mother's Day

Bow It Up

Time for the bow! I’m talking loops and tails and all the fancy stuff. Grab your ribbon, and let’s make it snazzy. I usually go for about a 10-inch loop, give or take, but you do you.

Fill ‘er Up

After that bow’s on point, it’s time to add in some filler. There’s this bush with pink, cream, yellow, blue, purple, and green – it’s like a paint palette but better because it’s for wreaths.

Finishing Touches

If you see any gaps or feel like the bow’s looking a bit lonely, tuck in some greenery right behind it. Trust me; it ties everything together like the perfect punchline in a sitcom.

And there you have it! A Mother’s Day grapevine wreath that’s pretty enough to make you want to hang out with your door more than usual. Don’t forget to sign up for that Spring Fling workshop if you haven’t already – it’s virtual, so no need to change out of those PJs.

Anyway, hope this quick session was helpful and you’re feeling pumped to make your own. If you’ve got questions, hit me up in the comments – I’ll be lurking around, ready to chat. Happy wreathing, and hey, let’s make our moms tear up (in a good way) this Mother’s Day!

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Mother’s Day Wreath

Floral grapevine wreath for Mother's Day with hydrangeas and cosmos.


  • 1 16" Oval Grapevine Wreath
  • Pink berry bush
  • Lavender cosmo bush
  • Hydrangea bush
  • Pink berry spray
  • 1 2.5"" wired ribbon


Prep your base

  • Start with a 16” oval grapevine wreath.
  • Take 2 x pink filler flower (60919 PK) and join them together by their stems using a zip tie to make a swag.
  • Add the swag to the left of the grapevine base using zip ties.
  • Trim the zip ties.
  • Add in some lavender cosmo flowers (84299) to the left of the wreath using glue.
  • Add in a few hydrangeas (21343) using glue.

Make and add your bow

  • Take 1 x ribbon and make a bow with 8 x loops starting at 5” loops and sizing up with every second loop.
  • Take the same ribbon and cut a piece for a ribbon tail.
  • Add the ribbon tail to the back of the bow.
  • Secure your bow and ribbon tail with a zip tie.
  • Add a pipe cleaner to the bow.
  • Add the bow to the center of the swag using the pipe cleaner.
  • Fluff out your bow.
  • Dovetail the ends.

Add in some more floral

  • Add in some pink berry bush pieces (73885) to the left of the wreath using glue.


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