Check out this silver grapevine wreath for winter! It’s our latest wreath kit design and it’s a show-stopper. Perfect for the holidays, or just winter in general, it will look stunning on your front door.
Hey, y’all! Today, we’re joining up with Coach Mel and Coach Jordan to show you how to make our latest winter wreath kit, which happens to be a silver grapevine wreath design!
If you want to buy this wreath kit or any of our other wreath kit bundles, you can find them on DecoExchange. This particular design sold out almost as quickly as we listed it, but don’t worry because we’ll give you a list of the supplies and the process so you can make it yourself.
This design is stunning, and I love that you can use it through the holidays if you won’t want to display Christmas-specific designs. Be sure to also check out our Winter Evergreen Wreath design!
Supplies Needed To Make This Wintery Silver Grapevine Wreath
Here’s what you’ll need to make this glittery, sparkly winter grapevine wreath.
- 14” oval grapevine
- 2 sets of frosted cedar greenery stems
- 2 pine greenery stems
- 1 silver glittery eucalyptus stem
- Pipe cleaners
- (1) 2.5” black and white gingham ribbon
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Bolt cutters
How To Make A Winter Silver Grapevine Wreath
Follow this wreath tutorial to make a silver grapevine wreath of your own to adorn your door all season long!
Grab your greenery sprays and pull them apart to separate the sprigs from the main stem.
Prepare your grapevine base by inspecting it to see if there are any leaves or stems that jut out too far. If there are, just cut them off.
Begin making your bow. Take your ribbon and measure a 13” tail.
Next, measure 11” and fold in the middle to create your first 5.5” loop. Pinch, twist, and repeat to make a loop on the other side.
Make 2 more loops at 13” so that you get 6.5” loops, and make 2 final loops at 7.5” (measuring out 15”). Then, measure your second 13” tail and cut your ribbon.
Fluff out your loops and position them so they make a nice, full bow.
Use a pipe cleaner through the middle of the bow to secure it and trim any excess off the back. Then, use another pipe cleaner to attach the bow to your grapevine wreath on the left side.
TIP: If you have trouble pushing the pipe cleaner through your grapevine, you can try doing this. Push the pipe cleaners through the wreath as far as you can. Then, use your needlenose pliers to grab the pipe cleaner on the other side and pull it back through so that the pipe cleaner comes out on the back.
Take your green pine sprigs and begin adding them into your wreath on either side of the bow. Make sure to add a dab of hot glue to each sprig before inserting it into the wreath.
Fluff out your bow and greenery, pulling some greenery pieces forward into the bow to add dimension and depth.
Next, add a dab of hot glue to your frosted cedar greenery stems before inserting them on both sides of the bow. Fluff out your greenery and pull some of the green pine stems forward.
Take your bolt cutters and cut the silver eucalyptus sprigs off of the main stem. Begin inserting the sprigs (using a dab of hot glue) into your wreath on either side of the bow.
Now, cut 2 15” ribbon tails. Dovetail the ends and fold in the middle. Then, add them to your grapevine by attaching them into your greenery.
Use the remainder of your ribbon to create a longer tail. Fold it closer to one end and insert it into your design at the bottom to extend the design down and balance it out.
Fluff out your wreath and give it one last look-over to dovetail any ribbon tails you missed or reposition the bow loops that you want.
A Wintery Silver Grapevine Wreath Everyone Will Love
I absolutely love how this silver grapevine wreath turned out! It’s silvery, wintery, chic, and perfect for anyone who loves farmhouse decor. To find this kit or any others that we currently have in stock, visit DecoExchange.
If you love holiday wreath designs, make sure to check out some of these designs:
- How To Make A Christmas Door Hanger
- Christmas Wreath With Glitter Ribbon
- Meet Me Under The Mistletoe Christmas Wreath
- Merry Christmas Wreath
- I’ll Be Gnome For Christmas Grapevine Wreath
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.
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Wintery Silver Grapevine Wreath
- 1 grapevine wreath 14"
- 2 frosted cedar greenery stems
- 2 pine greenery stems
- 1 silver glittery eucalyptus stem
- pipe cleaners
- bolt cutter
- 1 2.5" wired ribbon black and white gingham
- hot glue gun
- Pull apart your greenery sprays from the main stem.
- Prepare your grapevine base by inspecting it. Cut off any leaves or stems that stick out.
- Make your bow! Take your ribbon and measure a 13” tail.
- Next, measure 11” and fold it in the middle to create your first loop. Pinch, twist, and repeat to make a loop on the other side.
- Repeat 2 more times, measuring at 13". Then measure 2 more at 15” and form loops. Finally, measure and cut your second 13" tail.
- Use a pipe cleaner through the middle of the bow to secure it and trim any excess off the back. Then, use another pipe cleaner to attach the bow to your grapevine wreath on the left side.
- Take your pine greenery sprigs, add a dab of hot glue, and insert them into your wreath on either side of the bow. Fluff the sprigs so that they peek through the ribbon.
- Next, take your frosted greenery and trim the stems, if needed. Add a dab of hot glue before inserting them on both sides of the bow. Spread them apart so they look natural and full and blend well with the pine greenery and the bow.
- Use your bolt cutters and cut the sprigs off of the main stem. Using hot glue, insert the springs throughout your design.
- Now, cut 2 15” ribbon tails. Dovetail the ends and fold in the middle and add them to your design.Use the remainder of your ribbon to create a longer tail. Fold it closer to one end and insert it into your design at the bottom to extend the design down and balance it out.
- Fluff out your wreath and reposition your bow loops, if desired.
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