Mixing Glam and Rustic for a Sparkling Crystal Grapevine Heart Wreath

3 Materials
$6
20 Minutes
Easy

I really don't decorate for Valentine's Day. The time seems so short - as soon as you put it up, it's time to take it down. But I do love creating items that celebrate the occasion. Sometimes ideas just hit you and you just can't resist. Like wanting to mix a bit of glam with rustic to provide a totally different Valentine's look. And I think I've created such a design with this sparkling crystal grapevine heart wreath! And the best part - it's unbelievably quick and easy to make!


Using a grapevine wreath for this project gives off a rustic, charming feel that also gives the impression of love, warmth and affection using the red crystal rocks! Mixing glam and rustic!

So let's get started!

Materials:

  • Heart shaped grapevine wreath
  • Red crystal rocks
  • Hot glue gun/glue sticks

To make this fabulous looking wreath, just take a heart shape grapevine wreath at least fifteen inches in diameter and . . .

 


lots of red crystal rocks! 


Using a hot glue gun, begin gluing on the crystal rocks on the top of the grapevine wreath - somewhat like a crown! The crystals are quite easy to arrange and glue the shapes of the rocks onto the grapevine - like the pieces interlocking together!


And there you have it! A lovely rustic and glamorous look!


Just perfect for Valentines'








Suggested materials:
  • Grapevine wreath
  • Red crystal rocks
  • Hot glue/gun
Gail@Purple Hues and Me
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  • Janet Janet on Jan 16, 2022

    Where did you get the red crystal rocks?

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  • Leslie Leslie on Jan 16, 2022

    Hi Gail, I was pleasantly surprised with your project thank you for sharing and liked the outcome very much. I think I would taper the ends down lower onto the wreath towards the outside and offset the ends and maybe taper the top where the wreath crosses. I also think I would see if I would like dangling some from the crossing area on fishline or rat tail ribbon.

  • Leslie Leslie on Jan 16, 2022

    Chriss Grijak, those glass "gems" from DT would look nice too and maybe mix some clear or iridescent ones in with the red :)

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