I have been wanting to buy a greenery wreath for some time but I refuse to spend $30 or $40 on one. So I went ahead and made my own. It didn’t cost more than $10. What I’d like to share are the steps to make your very own greenery wreath.
Things you’ll need:
- Grapevine wreath -whatever size you want. I got the 8″ for this project
- Greenery garland. I got the 6′ baby tear garland from Hobby Lobby for $6.50 (it was half off!)
- Glue gun
I go to Hobby Lobby for my crafting supplies. If you go, don’t forget to use the 40% off coupon on any item that is not on sale. My grapevine wreath was not on sale so I was able to use that coupon and only paid $1.80 for it. Get the coupon online at http://www.hobbylobby.com
So let’s get started. First start cutting your greenery.
Cut the stems off the garland. Like above.
Then start gluing the individual pieces to the grapevine wreath. Start on top, on one end and go down. Then go to the other top part and work your way down. You can add as much as you like. The more you add the fuller it will look.
Once you are satisfied with how it looks you can add a ribbon to the top and hang it, like I did here. I pinned the ribbon to the back of the mirror. And that’s it! Simple as that!
And there’s your own greenery wreath.
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