This is Day 9 of our 12 Days of Christmas Decorations series … check out all of the posts here.
For me, Winter (or any season, really) isn’t complete without some sort of pretty wreath! But if you’ve ever attempted to buy or make a wreath, you’ll know that it can get pretty pricey! Luckily, this gorgeous Winter-inspired grapevine wreath is not only beautiful – but budget friendly.
Grapevine wreaths are a great way to go if you want a natural look. I got this large one for about $12 at Hobby Lobby!
I always do what I can to make sure my wreath forms are reusable. Grapevine wreaths are great for this because you can tuck the various elements into the vines which helps them stay without glue.
I found a yard of light burlap with gold thread weaving through it while I was at the store the other day, and knew it would be perfect for the elevated rustic look I want this holiday season. I used this burlap cutting method to cut the yardage into strips. If you don’t feel like doing this, you can purchase rolls of burlap ribbon at your local craft store – it’ll just cost a little more than a yard of burlap off the bolt.
Tucking the ends into the wreath vines, wrap the burlap around part of your wreath. This gives you a place to tuck your decorative floral accents in! Feel free to use whatever you have on hand or find at the store. Generally, I like to use something tall, something colorful, something sparkly, and something natural. Your items can be a combination of these (like my sparkly, colorful, tall berry branches).
Part of what I love so much about this Winter-inspired grapevine wreath is that it isn’t just appropriate for Christmas. It truly is a Winter wreath that can be displayed all season!