DIY Cross Grapevine Wreath
Learn how to make a cross grapevine wreath
hot glue gun
Take your greenery and trim with the bolt cutters.
Zip tie your greenery to your grapevine. Trim the excess stem that's sticking out of the grapevine. Use the glue gun to secure the greenery.
Then take the cross sign, clean the back. Staple a pipe cleaner to the top and bottom of the back of the cross. Use hot glue to make it more secure.
Thread the pipe cleaners of the sign through the grapevine. Wrap and tie nice and tight. Trim pipe cleaners and tuck any excess back into the grapevine.
Take your bow and add it to the bottom of your sign. Wrap pipe cleaner around the base. Trim pipe cleaners and tuck back into the grapevine.
Add more greenery to wherever you see bare spots and at the bottom of the bow. Use the hot glue gun to secure greenery in place.
Bend the greenery stems towards you to add dimension before you add it to the grapevine.
Fluff out the bow and cut ends at an angle.
Curl the tails of the bow.
How to Make Wreaths by DecoExchange