I love when we can incorporate some fun sunflower ribbon on our front door decor. This ivy grapevine wreath works perfectly for spring and summer. It just brightens up your front door making it so inviting.
DIY Ivy Grapevine Wreath with Delphinium
Creating dimension in your wreath is so key to floral design. Don’t create a flat design, add depth by using different types of floral and greenery stems. Don’t be afraid to bend the stems to create layers.
- Prep your grapevine by “setting the perimeter,” which is laying out the greenery so you can see where you want to add your greenery. Essentially see how it flows best.
- Separate your ivy stems.
- Dip the ends into your glue pot and insert into the grapevine.
- Separate your and incorporate your delphinium stems. Dip in glue pot to before adding to grapevine.
- Bend the greenery and floral stems to make it look that they are just naturally growing off the grapevine.
- Separate your fern and add to your grapevine, securing with hot glue.
- Next, trim your Dahlia stems.
- Dip into the glue pot and insert into the wreath.
- Add a bow at the center of your florals.
- Fluff out your bow and trim tails.
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