Oh my gosh, I love roses, and making a wreath with roses is such a treat for me. You too will fall in love with this beautiful coral rose-colored grapevine rose wreath once you see it completed!
DIY Grapevine Rose Wreath
This DIY grapevine rose wreath will be a wonderful gift to a neighbor, friend, or you can keep it for yourself and have a stunning new decor for your front door.
How to Make a Grapevine Rose Wreath
- Grab your 18 gauge wire to make your wreath hanger by placing it in the top of the back, twisting it around to secure it, then make your loop to hang your wreath on and secure the other side of the wire by twisting onto your wreath.
- Take your coral rose bush and cut a smaller bunch with three roses using your wire cutters. Dip the end in hot glue and push them into the top of your wreath. If you have any hot glue showing go ahead and cover it with some Spanish moss. Cut another three flower bunch off of your bush and use your hot glue to place them into the bottom of your wreath. Do the same with another cluster of roses and add to the top left of your wreath. If necessary, go ahead and use some cable ties to secure the roses in there. Clip off any excess with your wire cutters.
- Go ahead and take your twig cluster and shape out the branches and sticks quite a bit. Use your wire cutters to break it down into a few smaller pieces. Cut off any extra length from the bottom and dip in your hot glue. Place the first twig in the middle of your roses on the top of the wreath. Take another smaller twig branch and use your hot glue to add it to the bottom of the wreath to the left of your roses.
- Use your hot glue to add another twig to the right of your top roses on your wreath. Pull off a few smaller branches of your twig cluster and fluff those out to get them ready to add. Add another twig on the left of your wreath above the roses.
- Now let’s make a simple bow for your wreath. Make your tail and twist the middle, then add a loop on the right and one on the left about 6 ½ inches wide, making sure to twist each time in the middle. Make your other tail for your bow and cut your ribbon. Use a cable tie to secure the middle. Before you cinch it tight, add one more cable tie that you will use to attach to your wreath. Go ahead and cinch it tight and clip the end. Use the other cable tie to add your bow in between both rose clusters on your wreath. Curl the ribbon tails up with your fingers if you’d like!
- Grab your rosemary greenery and use your wire cutters to cut into smaller stems. Take your first stem and dip it into the hot glue and add to the top of your wreath. Do the same adding another rosemary stem above your bow. Add another rosemary stem in between your top rose clusters, and one more underneath your bow. Use your hot glue and add another rosemary on the bottom of your wreath, and the last one on the top of your wreath.
- Let’s add some more twig to our wreath. Fluff up any branches and dip into the glue pot to add to the bottom of your wreath. You can use your finger to curl up some of the twigs on your stems. Place another twig to the left of your bow.
- Use your wire cutters to cut a cluster of two roses from your bush, clipping the excess bottom off as well. Dip the bottom into your glue pot and add the roses to the left of the bottom of your wreath. Go ahead and use a cable tie to secure the roses in if the hot glue isn’t enough to hold it in there. Take a single rose and place it right in the middle of your top rose clusters. Add another single rose to the right of your bottom rose cluster. Adjust any roses after you add them to your liking.
- Now we are going to add a bit more greenery. Let’s take another rosemary stem and use your hot glue to add above the center of your bow. Do the same and add another rosemary on the bottom of your wreath, and one more on the top right next to your roses.
- Take your craft pick with the white balls and tear it into three pieces. Add the first one to the top of the wreath with your hot glue. The second one can be glued just above your bow. The last greenery with white balls can be hot glued to the right of the bottom of your wreath.
- Grab your white flower pick and tear it into a few pieces. Dip the end in your glue pot and add one stem to the bottom of your wreath. Add another white flower stem to the top of your wreath with your glue. Place another white flower stem to the left of your bow, and add one more right behind the center of your bow. The last white flower stem can be placed towards the center from the bottom of the wreath. Now admire your beautiful coral rose wreath!