Welcome to Part 2 of holiday wreath making. As you probably know by now, I love making wreaths. Today is a DIY Grapevine Wreath with Bells This wreath is more of a rustic charmer but love that you can also use it in more transitional spaces. This is an easy wreath to make. For more inspiration, you can also check out my Holiday Beaded Wreath.
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- Grapevine Wreath Preferrable a 14 to 18 inch one
- Hanging Iron Bells preferably in bronze or brass
- Faux Pine Greenery
- Twine or Brown Rope
- Floral Wire
- Floral Scissor/Cutter
- Spray Paint
Starting out, I had to spray paint my bells to the bronze brass color I wanted. You do not have to do this step if have bells in the color you are going for. The ones I got were a steal at $6, so I could not pass it up. I used Rustoleum Metallic Spray Paint in Champagne Bronze.
Next choose what side of the wreath you want to be the top. Grapevine wreaths tend not to be completely proportioned due to the materials used to make them. Lay wreath on flat surface and place the faux greens in a symmetrical descending pattern on both sides from the top middle.
Once you are satisfied with placement, attach florals using floral wire to the wreath form.
Your DIY grapevine wreath with bells is done and ready to hang.
Here is the finished wreath.
Drop me a note if you make one. Happy Holidays and thank you for stopping by.