How To Make This Grapevine Wreath

How to make this grapevine wreath. Do you enjoy simple and no hot glue guns for wreath making?

It’s also 10 on the 10th. Each month our host is Tammy from Patina and Paint.  This means we can spend $10 or less for our project. And this month’s themes are patriotic for the 4th of July or summer.

I will also be sharing links to the other ladies at the bottom of the post. So, please click and visit this talented group.

So, my choice is summer and how to make this grapevine wreath. Of course, since it’s $10 or below, it’s especially great I have everything on hand. Except the eucalyptus garland. Okay, that’s a bit over but it’s a pack of two.

Two Eucalyptus Garland to Cover the Grapevine

First off, I did find this two-pack eucalyptus for $14.99 on Amazon.  Additionally, if you have prime, it ships free.  Now you may be wondering how good of a product can this be for the price.

I highly recommend this garland.  Before ordering this, I was bit skeptical.  However, needing fake weather safe eucalyptus because this will be exposed to the elements, I gave this a shot.  And let me tell you I love it! I am a fake flower snob.  I’m not a big fan, therefore, when I find fake that I like I’ll shout it from the rooftop.  If you need such a product, get it!!

How To Make This Grapevine Wreath eucalyptus garlands in the bag
graphic for the 10 on the 10th

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Attaching the Grapevine Wreaths Together with Zip Ties

After receiving the garland, I put a plan together for how to make this grapevine wreath.  Before I begin a new project, I always check my craft closet.  I was also especially happy to find a 30″ and 18″ grapevine wreath blanks.  You can buy the 30″ and 18″ from these links inexpensively.

How To Make This Grapevine Wreath wreath blanks
sharing the supplies used to make this wreath

Items Needed:

  • 30″ grapevine wreath
  • 18″ grapevine wreath
  • 2 packs of double pack of fake eucalyptus garland
  • clear zip ties
  • florist wire 22 gauge
  • flower pots 3 the larger size and 6 smaller size
  • jute or twine

Here See How to Add the Round Blanks Together with the Zip Ties

The first thing, connecting the wreaths together. Zip ties work especially well for this step. You can be find these here at Amazon.  I am using the zip ties for how to make this grapevine wreath because I want the wreaths stable.  Also, I think the zip ties allowed for a snugger fit.

How To Make This Grapevine Wreath showing the zip ties holding the wreaths together
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath sharing more zip ties
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath showing the wreaths coming connected
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath cutting the ends of the zip ties
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath the grapevine blanks connected

Here Begin Adding the Larger Flower Pots Tying Them with Jute

Next, I begin adding the flower pots.  Incidentally, I made the flower pots similarly in this post.

For this wreath, I add white craft paint by brushing and rubbing the paint with a rag into the flower pots.  This is especially done to allow the texture to be seen.

After rubbing the paint I add a bit of green to how to make a grapevine wreath for a moss look.  This adds another layer of texture to the flower pots.

How To Make This Grapevine Wreath attaching larger flower pots

Next came time to add the flowerpots to the wreath.  Incidentally, you will see I also add small flower pots to the greenery in this wreath.  Layering the smaller pots adds another element of texture and depth.

How To Make This Grapevine Wreath another angle of flower pot

First, we begin adding the larger flower pots using jute.  Here you will want to angle the pot and tie tightly.  By the way, three pots work great for how to make this grapevine wreath.  Forming a triangle is best. 

Another flower pot attached to the grapevine

Now Begin Adding Smaller Pots to the Wreath

Next step, we add the small terracotta pots using the same method.  Here, we use two small clay pots.   Incidentally, this works well for the odd number in decorating.

How To Make This Grapevine Wreath adding smaller flower pots to the wreath
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath showing the three flower pots on the wreath

Also, the best part of this eucalyptus grapevine wreath no glue.  This also gives me the option to reuse these pieces for another project.   

Now, Let’s Begin Cutting and Adding Eucalyptus Garland to the Grapevine Wreath

Next, I cut my first garland in four pieces.  We then begin adding a section at a time.  During this process we use the florist wire to hold the garland in place.  Simply, find an opening on the wreath and slide your wire through grapevine round.  Continue this process with the additional garland until you cover the wreath.  This step is up to how you want the project to look.

florist wire
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath connecting the eucalyptus to the grapevine
showing how to add the garland
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath finishing adding the eucalyptus garland

Also, take a step back to look at the wreath after the first garland.  This is particularly important to make sure the wreath is symmetrical.  Continue until the greenery on the wreath is full enough.  By the way, I did keep the grapevine bare here and there.  I like the texture of the grapevine.

Lastly, slip a larger piece of florists wire through the back for hanging.  Because  this is 22 gauge it is strong enough.

The last step, using a wooden plaque, I paint it two coats of off white paint. Then I add a graphic found on Pinterest printing it on card stock.

Next, I glue using Mode Podge and dry brush with raw umber paint. Adding an aged look to the tag.

the tag that goes in the middle of the wreath
a brush adding brown to the tag
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath showing the edge of the wreath hanging on a black door
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath the other edge of the wreath close up
How To Make This Grapevine Wreath this finished result on a black front door

By the way, this wreath can easily work for the fall.  Add fake pumpkins to the greens or fall foliage to the pots.  You can add flowers to the wreath seasonally as well.

I hope you enjoyed how to make this grapevine wreath and make one for your home.

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

53 thoughts on “How To Make This Grapevine Wreath

  1. Cindy I love your wreath. It may be one of my all time favorites. Your pots on your front porch are beautiful too! Thanks for sharing! Pining!

  2. Your wreath is beautiful! I love the eucalyptus and the flower pots just complete this. I also love the wood photo! Great job!

  3. Cindy, your wreath is beautiful and looks so pretty on your lovely front porch! Happy Thursday, sweet friend!

  4. What a pretty wreath! My favorite are the little pots! You are always so creative!!!

  5. Cindy, I LOVE your wreath with its eucalyptus and sweet flower pots!!! Faux eucalyptus is better anyway since the scent of the real McCoy is really strong when fresh. πŸ˜‰ I love what how you layered the paint on the flower pots ~ I need to try this. I just got a really nice small pot at Lowe’s yesterday and it is straight up the side with no lip. It would look nice with the dry brush green/white for patina. Really nice job on your wreath!

    I learn so much from everyone’s posts here on $10 on the 10th… Like layering wreaths and tying them together for fullness. Never would have come up with that on my own. <3

    Enjoy your pretty wreath and I love the wire cloches you have out front in the urns… Might steal that idea, too. πŸ˜‰

    Summer hugs,
    Barb πŸ™‚

  6. Darling wreath with the little pots. Yes, great for different seasons. it is a perfect canvas to create the look we want for all different holidays.

  7. Your wreath looks great on your front door! I really love how you decorated it for summer and it will be easy to reuse the wreath for another season my changing out the decorations.

  8. Cindy, I’ve been wondering what kind of wreath to make for summer and now you’ve inspired me. I have some mini flower pots that I chalk painted last year that would look lovely on a wreath like yours – thanks for the idea!

  9. Great job on this wreath! I am loving the new faux greenery that has become popular lately. It is really hard to tell the difference between it and the real stuf! Pinning!

  10. You have totally out done yourself with this one, Cindy, wow, it’s really beautiful! I’m in love and I can’t believe that greenery is faux! I need to check that out for sure. Thanks for the heads up and for all the fabulous ispiration too. You amaze me. Big hugs, CoCo

  11. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this wreath!!!!! I think adding the tag puts this over the top for me. I had to pin this because it needs to be shared!
    Thanks for the inspiration;)

  12. Still love your wreath, Cindy! I am happy to feature it at this week’s Share Your Style #308 for you. πŸ™‚ I have some really tiny terracotta flower pots that I’ve had since high school, I think. I should paint them and “plant” them with faux flowers for my doll house scenes…

    Happy 4th of July weekend and enjoy the festivities!!!!
    Barb πŸ™‚

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