Grapevine Christmas Wreath

Anyone who know me knows how much I love making wreaths. It is the one thing that takes me away from the everyday 'stuff' of life. It is my outlet. I don't make them as much as I used to, because there are only so many friends and family members you can give/sell them to before they start taking up way too much room in your house.
I liked this one so much I decided to do a tutorial on it.
I featured this wreath in my post Layered Christmas Mantle: http://www.hometalk.com/25311711/layered-christmas-mantle
You will need a grapevine wreath, your choice of size.
Some greenery and berries.
And some bells. (Link to these on my blog.)
Hang the bells from their attached cords. Stick your greenery into the vines, I used two on each side. I lay them out at first to get them even.
Then I placed the berries on top the same way. I left a spot for my bow.
Tie off loops in your hand until you have 4-5. This is the easiest way to do a rustic bow. Then attach to the wreath.
Ignore the tree in the background, trying out the best way to make it appear taller. :)
Fluff up your loops and cut off tails to desired length.
A close up of bow and bells.
You can use as many different ribbons as you like, or just use one.
More details on my blog.

Kelleysgirl
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