Then painted them green using Rustoleum's Spring Green spray paint.
DIY Grapevine St. Patrick Shamrock Wreath
Valentine's Day is over and, lucky for me, there's still an abundance of hearts everywhere. Even better than that-- they're on clearance! That's a good thing because I came up with a way to use them for the next holiday. (No, I'm not talking about President's Day.) In this instance, I made a St. Patrick shamrock wreath using heart-shaped grapevine wreaths.
This four-leaf clover was going to need a stem, so I wracked my brain trying to come up with something that would work. Then, I remembered that I had found a grapevine garland at a thrift store a long time ago. When I bought it, I had no idea what I was going to do with it. Now I know this is the project it was meant for!
I unrolled it and cut off about 18″. I made sure to cut on the outside of the roll because the part on the inside would be hard to straighten out.
So I gathered up all four “leaves” and arranged them on my table. Next, I found my floral wire and started attaching them to each other.
Finally, I attached the “stem” to the wreath using more floral wire.
So, there you have it. A quick and easy wreath to commemorate Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.
Afterthought: I've considered adding a bow but worry that might be too much. I'm also thinking about adding fairy lights. What do you think?
- 4-grapevine heart wreaths (Michael's)
- 1-grapevine garland (thrift store)
- Rustoleum Spring Green (Walmart)