Easy 5-Minute Wreath
If you're a crafting newbie, you might need 10 minutes to make this wreath!!! I promise that it's really easy and a great way to add a beautiful new wreath to your home for very little money!
This sweet little green wreath adds a nice pop of color wherever you choose to hang it, and it couldn't really be simpler to make!
Let's start with the supplies for this easy wreath.
You'll need a (affiliate) 12" grapevine wreath form, (affiliate) wire snips and some faux greenery. I love to purchase a greenery "plant" or "bush" because it's much more cost effect that purchasing several single stems! I purchased the greenery I used at Hobby Lobby (it's called a Silver Falls Bush) and on sale it was $6.50.
You can certainly use a larger grapevine wreath form, just remember that you'll need more greenery!
Using the wire snips, cut off the individual stems from the main branch of the bush. I started at the bottom of the bush and pulled each stem away so I could get a nice, close snip. I think I ended up with about 14 smaller pieces of greenery.
And now...are you ready for it? If you blink you might miss it, lol!
Poke the stems into the grapevine wreath! You don't need to use any glue or wire to hold the stems in place. I simply tucked each end into the grapevine, working my way around the wreath and overlapping the greenery until the wreath form was covered.
I like to overlap the stems by about 3-4" so I get a nice and full looking wreath!
That's it. You're done! Hang up your brand new wreath that cost you about $10 and took you less than 10 minutes to make and smile :)
You are a decorating genius!
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