How to Make an Easy Everyday Summer Floral Grapevine Wreath

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How to Make an Easy Everyday Summer Floral Grapevine Wreath

Who enjoys the summer time? Summer can be a great time of year. Think about it...vacations, BBQ's, delicious, seasonal fruit, longer daylight, and pretty, colorful flowers! But one thing that I really enjoy is decorating my front door throughout the changing of the seasons. How about you? This post contains some affiliate links for your crafting convenience. 

How to Make an Easy Everyday Summer Floral Grapevine Wreath

In this step by step tutorial, we are going to show you how to make this Easy Everyday Summer Floral Grapevine Wreath that can be displayed on your front door, in your home, or just about any where really. Here is what you will need:

Supplies:

First start by cutting the flower stems with your wire cutters, but be sure to leave about 1 1/2" - 2" of the stem so there is something to glue and stick in the grapevine. I chose Gerber daisies and sunflowers as my main flowers because they are so classic and vibrant and the perfect summer flowers. Add hot glue to the stems and stick them in various places around the grapevine creating a balanced look.

Now let's add in greenery. I used several types of greenery because I love the depth and natural look that it adds. Ficus leaves make a good base for greenery so I like to start with that. With one pick I was able to clip it into six sections.

Add hot glue to the stems and start placing them around the inner ring and outside ring of the grapevine under the flowers. 

After adding in the ficus leaves around the inside and outside of the grapevine, this is what we have:

Take your filler flowers, add a dab of hot glue, and start adding them in to your wreath. I used a variety of smaller, white, and light green flowers. There really is no rhyme or reason to placement. I just prefer a balanced look.

I felt the wreath needed more greenery, so I found these picks (I'm sorry, I don't know the names of these) in my stash, added some hot glue, and filled in some vacant spots.

I used rustic wire to make a hook on the back of the wreath for hanging. Cut about a 15" piece of wire, string it through the grapevine from the top leaving enough to twist a loop. Find the two ends and twist together about 4 times, bend and tuck it underneath into the grapevine.

Here is the final piece:

Be sure to clean up the backside by using your wire cutters and clipping any stems that may have poked through too far in the back of the grapevine. You definitely don't want anything to scratch your door.

The great thing about this wreath is that it can be displayed all year long! If Gerber daisies and sunflowers aren't your thing, substitute in other flowers or change up the colors. This style of wreath is so flexible that you can customize it for any holiday or season simply by using different colored flowers and picks to match the holiday or season. 

If you try this tutorial, please post a picture in the comments. I would love to see everyone's beautiful work!

Thank you for being here with us! Stay tuned for more tutorials.

Be blessed!

Nicole

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