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I’m adding a lot of rustic elements to our Christmas decorations this year. I love the look of grapevine wreaths for other seasons so I decided to make a DIY Christmas grapevine wreath to add to my rustic Christmas decor. This was such an easy project. It took me longer to take pictures than to put the whole look together.
(I got all my supplies at JOANNs)
Grapevine wreath (Similar)
2 Christmas greenery picks
Wire cutters (I used jewelry wire cutters or you could use needle nose pliers)
I have made grapevine wreaths in the past and not needed wire but the picks I had were too heavy to just tuck into the wreath without falling out.
After I determined the placement of my picks I cut a piece of floral wire and wrapped it around the picks and wreath to secure them.
Next I cut a piece of ribbon and tied a simple bow. I used the wire to attach the bow by threading the wire through the back of the bow so the wire was hidden.
That was it. Super simple. I hung the wreath up with a command hook (which you can see peeking through.) I removed our normal picture here to have a cute little Christmas vignette in our front entryway. I am in love with the Christmas tree in the galvanized pot. I removed the little stand that came with the tree and popped it in the pot. Ok, it was actually Mike’s idea. He has the best eye for decorating. It looks so much cuter than the plastic stand. The unfinished wood nutcracker is so cute and trendy too. I love the character it adds.