Looking for a new design this winter season? I am sharing step by step instruction on how to make your own winter frosted grapevine wreath.
Wreaths are a great way to add decor to the outside and inside of your home. You can hang wreaths on your front door or even as a focal point on a wall in your home. They can really bring the seasons to life and especially your favorite holidays.
Winter Frosted Grapevine Wreath
The natural colors in this frosted grapevine wreath mirrors a soft winter wonderland. The flocked garland used creates a light texture with the eucalyptus bunches.
- 18 inch Grapevine Wreath
- Wreath Hanger (18 gauge wire)
- 1 Flocked Garland Strand
- 2 Snowy White Glitter Branch Craft Sprays
- 1 Large Foam Pine Cone Craft Pick
- 1 Cedar Craft Spray
- 2 Eucalyptus and White Flower Craft Picks
How to Make a Winter Frosted Grapevine Wreath
- Start by inserting your wreath hanger at the top of your grapevine wreath, putting it through both sides, and then bringing it up to twist it on itself. That will give you a nice finished look.
- Grab your flocked garland strand and clip off a few pieces of greenery with your wire cutters. Each piece can have 3 or 4 branches.
- Dip the bottom of your first piece of flocked greenery into your glue pot and insert it into the top left of the wreath. Do the same with the second and add it to the bottom center of the grapevine wreath. The third piece can go on the left of the wreath in between the two you already placed, making sure to use enough glue to keep them in there tight. Fluff the branches as you go to make them nice and full.
- Next, take both of your snowy white branch craft picks and clip the branches off so they are the same length. Dip the ends in the glue pot and place the first branch behind the top flocked greenery on the wreath, sticking up towards the right of the greenery. Grab the next white branch, add some glue, and place behind the same greenery but sticking out towards the left. This will add some movement to your wreath.
- Grab another white branch and glue it in behind the greenery on the bottom of the wreath. The next white branch can be placed coming out of the bottom of the flocked greenery on the left side, and another one coming out towards the top of the same piece of flocked pine greenery.
- Let’s add some more flocked pine greenery in there! You can clip a few single branches off with your wire cutters and glue the pine into the top right side of the wreath. Another pine piece and be glued behind the flocked greenery already placed on the left of the wreath, so that it’s coming out to the right and down a bit. Grab one more piece of single flocked pine, dip it in your glue pot, and add it to the top right of the wreath.
- Now we have a beautiful base built up, so let’s add our pinecones! Use your wire cutters to separate each branch, and add the first pine cone to the top of your wreath with the hot glue. Dip the second pine cone in hot glue and place it a few inches to the left of the first one. Grab the last pine cone and glue it into the bottom of the wreath, in between the pine greenery.
- Now you can take your first eucalyptus craft pick and separate it into a few smaller pieces with your wire cutters, and cut the excess off of the bottom. Go ahead and dip into the hot glue and place it on the right of your greenery cluster on the top. Glue the next eucalyptus under the middle pine cone. Fluff the greenery as you go to make it look nice and full! Add another eucalyptus on the left of your wreath, and one more on the bottom to the left of the pine cone. Still working with the eucalyptus, place another piece to the right of the pine cone on the bottom using your hot glue.
- Grab your second eucalyptus craft pick and this time trim the pieces so they are a bit longer than the first so we can use it to go a bit higher. Dip a longer piece of greenery and add it to the top of the wreath. Add the second piece on the bottom right of the wreath, securing it with plenty of hot glue. Take your last piece of eucalyptus and add to the left of the wreath so it’s sticking out towards the center.
- Take a look at your project and make any adjustments you need. Now enjoy your beautiful Winter Frosted Wreath!