Helllllo you fabulous human beings! Today I’m sharing a super simple and easy DIY Christmas wreath that you can throw together in 5 minutes and it only costs a few bucks. There are 3 things I love about this wreath: 1) It’s crazy easy 2) It’s inexpensive 3) There’s no gluing. The benefit of not using glue on this wreath means you can simply remove everything after Christmas is over and then you’ve got a grapevine wreath ready to use for something else. Of course you can hot glue everything into place, but it’s totally not necessary. So this is a temporary Christmas wreath, if you will. And holiday wreaths are so dang expensive, so this little project is a big win in my book. Okie dokie, let me show you how to make it!
- Grapevine wreath of any size
- Christmas-y fabric
- 2-4 holiday floral stems
Start off by cutting a wide strip of fabric–any length from about 12-24 inches will do depending on how far you want the wreath to hang. I doubled the fabric up so it was a thicker strip and a little more sturdy.
Then simply loop the fabric over one side of the wreath.
Then take 2 to 4 floral stems and insert them on the lower half of the wreath. I like the ones with wired picks, that way you can bend it securely in place.
And that’s it. DONE!
I hung my wreath on this an old onion crate insert–it works great for layering. I just used a piece of heavy duty tape on the back to secure it in place.
I really love how simple this wreath was to put together. I’ve mentioned it before, but grapevine wreaths are my favorite. They’re so rustic looking and can be used in a ton of different ways–plus they’re really cheap, which is always good. And the great thing about this project is you probably already have a grapevine wreath sitting around the house, so it’s a nice way to make a few easy and affordable holiday wreaths in a jiffy. All right my friends, that’s all for me today! Let me know what you think and if you have any questions–I always love hearing from you!