Hi, Friends! I hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend with your family and friends! I've been away from the blog for awhile spending time with loved ones - but I am glad to be back!
To kick off the Christmas season, I am sharing a very simple DIY Christmas Wreath that will surely get you into the Holiday Spirit!
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18" Grapevine Wreath - You can use any size!
Wintery Greens - I used faux evergreen
Patterned Bow of Your Choice - I am loving Buffalo Check!
Wreath Hanger - I am using red to add a pop of color with the berries!
Gather your supplies and lets get crafty!
Once you have decided on the size of your wreath, cut the greenery stems and start working with the placement. I went back and forth between styling the greenery along the right side of the wreath or the center. I ultimately decided to center the greenery and make the wreath symmetrical.
I love the grapevine wreaths because you can tuck and hide without using any type of bonding. Keep tucking the stems until they are exactly the way you want them.
Once the greenery is exactly where you want it, place the cotton stems above the greens, slightly overlapped. You can layer them, or place the above the greens like I did!
For the faux red berries, I chose to place them directly on top of the greenery (which is why I put the cotton stems above the greens). The red berries are a perfect pop of color for this Christmas Wreath, and my favorite part!
For the final touch, add a patterned bow of your choice! I am loving buffalo check this season, which is why I chose this pre-made bow! For the bow, I used a stem from the wreath to wrap around the loop to hold it in it's place. It worked perfectly! You can also use some ribbon for more stability.
And there you have it, friends! A simple, beautiful DIY Christmas Wreath in under 20 minutes! I hope this wreath has you filled with Holiday Spirit and given you a bit of DIY inspiration!
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