Easy Whitewashed Grapevine Wreath

5 Materials
10 Minutes
Take a natural brown grapevine wreath and give it a fresh new look! See how easy it is to white wash a grapevine wreath with chalk paint. In minutes, you'll have a DIY wreath you will love. Hang this simple wreath any time of year. It easily fits in with neutral or bright colors and rustic to natural decor.
Grab a grapevine wreath, a foam brush and let's get started!
In a small container, mix equal parts of white chalk paint and water. Start with a tablespoon of each and make more if needed. 
Dip the foam brush into the watered down chalk paint. Begin painting your grapevine wreath in small sections by applying paint to the wreath with the foam brush. Use a paper towel to gently wipe off excess paint to get the level of white wash you want.

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Allow the paint to dry completely.
Once the wreath is dry, it is ready to hang or add any desired embellishments (such as flowers, bows, etc.)
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