It’s time for a new holiday wreath and I have a super cute and easy one for you. Finding decorations that match your colors scheme or just isn’t what you had in mind can be difficult. This has been my challenge for over 2 years, so this year I decided to make my own.
I love this wreath! It took me about 20 minutes to make and cost me less than $10. What Christmas DIY projects are you loving this holiday season? Let me know in the comments.
- Grapevine Wreath – Hobby Lobby
- Twine – Hobby Lobby
- Stem berries (4)- Hobby Lobby
- Ornaments (medium and small) – left over
- Glue Gun – already had
Cut a 6′ piece of twine and tie ends together. Then wrap around the top.
Take two berry stems and stick them between the vines of the wreath. Once you them in place, glue them to the wreath.
Take a medium size ornament and glue it where the berry stems entered the wreath. Continue gluing ornaments alternating size and colors until you want to stop. Fill in any gaps with the smaller ornaments.
Take your remaining two berry stems and place them into the wreath and glue down once they are in place.
Step 5 (optional)
I glued a few small ornaments on top of the medium ornaments to help fill in holes and give it a stacked look.
Hang and enjoy!