Check out this gorgeous lavender wreath! Coach Jordan is here to walk us through the process of making this simple show-stopper. It’s a perfect everyday wreath that will look stunning on any front door.
Hey, y’all! Today we’re joining up with Coach Jordan, who came up with a beautiful wreath design that uses faux lavender. Get ready to follow along because you are not going to want to miss this design! Take it away…
Meet Coach Jordan!
Hi everyone- Coach Jordan here. I was walking through Hobby Lobby the other day and saw some gorgeous lavender stems and loved how wispy and airy the stems were. I wanted to use them to make a lavender wreath design.
But, it had to be simple. I didn’t want anything complicated or time-consuming.
This design turned out even better than I envisioned. I love that you can use it through most of the year if you want to, or you could even change out the elements and reuse the grapevine base for a different design.
If you love floral wreaths, be sure to also check out this Simple Sunflower Grapevine Wreath, Welcome To Our Honeycomb Floral Grapevine Wreath, and Lemon Grapevine Wreath With Blue And White Florals designs!
Here’s what you’ll need to make this wispy floral lavender wreath.
- 15” grapevine base
- 6 stems of lavender greenery stems
- Zip ties
- Pipe cleaners
- (1) 4” burlap ribbon (any design that you want)
- Bolt cutters
How To Make A Lavender Wreath On A Grapevine Base
Follow this wreath tutorial to make a lavender wreath of your own so you can sell it or hang it on your own front door!
Let’s prepare our greenery.
Grab your greenery sprays and pull them apart to give them more depth and make them look more realistic. Layer 3 of the lavender stems on top of each other and secure the bunch together with a zip tie.
Move down the lavender stems about 2 inches from the zip tie and add another zip tie. Then, trim the stems off around 2 inches below the lowest zip tie.
Repeat the process for your other 3 lavender stems so you have 2 bunches of lavender. Then, take your two bunches and overlap the ends so the bunches face away from each other.
Take another zip tie and secure the two bunches together.
Prepare your grapevine base by inspecting it to see if any leaves or stems stick out too far. If there are, just cut them off.
Now let’s add our lavender to the wreath base!
Place your bundled lavender stems on your wreath base and adjust the stems by bending the bunches to follow the curve of the wreath base.
Zip tie the bunches to the wreath base – there’s no need for glue!
Begin making your bow.
Take your ribbon and measure about a 13” tail. Pinch the ribbon together in the middle.
Next, measure 11” and fold in the middle to create your first 5.5” loop. Pinch, twist (so you always see the pretty side of the ribbon), and repeat to make a loop the same size on the other side.
Now make 2 more loops at 13” so that you get 6.5” loops, and make 2 slightly larger final loops at 7.5.” Measure your second 13” tail and cut your ribbon.
Note: You’ll have 6 loops total, with each layer of loops being slightly larger than the previous layer.
Fluff out your loops and position them so they make a nice, full bow.
Use a zip tie through the middle of the bow to secure it and trim any excess off the back. Then, use a pipe cleaner to attach the bow to your grapevine wreath where the two bunches of lavender meet in the middle.
Tip: If you have trouble pushing the pipe cleaner through your grapevine, you can try this trick. Push the pipe cleaners through the wreath base as far as you can. Grab your needlenose pliers and use them to grab the pipe cleaner from the back to pull them through so that the pipe cleaner comes out in the back of the wreath base.
Finish the wreath by fluffing out your lavender and bow. Dovetail the ribbon tails or reposition your bow loops the way you want them to look.
A Lavender Wreath Everyone Will Love
That’s it, y’all! I told you that design was super simple. I wanted to create a wreath that could be made in less than 10 minutes and still look stunning. With wreaths like this one, you can make several in an hour and use them to stock up your everyday wreath inventory.
I absolutely love how this wreath turned out! It’s chic, wispy, easy, and perfect for anyone who loves farmhouse decor (and let’s face it: MANY people do!) or floral wreaths. To grab the supplies you need to make this design, visit DecoExchange.
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If you need any help with centerpiece-making, bow-making, wreath-making, or crafting in general, be sure to check out more of our tutorials on How to Make Wreaths.
We would love to see your beautiful wreaths! Please share with us over at the How To Make Wreaths Facebook Group.
Simple Grapevine Lavender Wreath
- Prepare the greenery by pulling them apart to give them more depth and make them look more realistic. Layer 3 of the lavender stems on top of each other and use a zip tie to secure the bunch together.Add another zip tie about 2 inches lower than the first one and trim the stems 2 inches below that.Repeat the same process with the remaining 3 lavender stems so there are 2 bunches of lavender. Attach your two bunches of lavender by overlapping their ends and securing them with a zip tie.
- Prepare your grapevine base by inspecting it and removing any excess leaves or stems.
- Now it's time to add lavender to the grapevine wreath.Zip tie the bunches to the wreath base and adjust the stems by bending the bunches to follow the curve of the wreath base. There’s no need for glue!
- Now for the bow, take your ribbon and measure a 13” tail. Pinch the ribbon together in the middle, then create two 5.5” loops (one for each side of the bow). Don't forget to pinch and twist the ribbon in between each loop so that you always see the pretty side of the ribbon. Make (2) 6.5" loops and your final 2 loops at 7.5.” Measure your second 13” tail and cut your ribbon. Use a zip tie through the middle of the bow to secure it and trim any excess off the back. Then use another zip tie or a pipe cleaner to attach the bow to your grapevine wreath on top of the place where the two bunches of lavender meet in the middle.
- Fluff out your lavender and bow and adjust as needed. Dovetail the ribbon tails or leave them as they are and curl them under based on your preference.
Just pin this grapevine lavender wreath tutorial3 below to find the instructions later!