Get the tutorial on how to make this Easy Christmas Wreath in just 15 minutes. Perfect project when you’re short on time but want big impact to your decor.
Friends it’s no secret around here that I love decorating my door. Sometimes the idea of decorating my home for a holiday is too overwhelming. But as long as I have something festive on my door, I feel like I’m ready for the holiday.
Granted, when it comes to Christmas I am all about the decorations. But for other holidays throughout the year, decorations inside just don’t get done. That’s when a festive wreath comes in to play.
Wreath making can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming. But you can make a beautiful festive wreath in under 30 minutes. This tutorial is my favorite way to make a quick wreath that looks great on a front door.
For this Christmas Wreath you will need:
Decorative Picks (Get 8 to 9 picks for each side)
Glitter Blast Spray Paint (not really paint but found by spray paint)
Wired Ribbon to make a big bow for a wreath
How To Make A Christmas Wreath
Gather all the supplies together for your Christmas wreath. I found all of my supplies at Michaels. I love using a grapevine wreath because it is really quick to make a wreath. However, sometimes it feels a little boring and needs to be spiced up a bit.
I used the glitter blast to add a bit of sparkle to the grapevine wreath. It gave the wreath a bit of a frosty look. Which is perfect for a Holiday Wreath. The glitter blast is not as wet as spray paint, but it does take a bit to dry. While the glitter on the vine dries, use your wire edged ribbon to make a bow for your wreath. For this wreath I made a double ribbon bow. This is the step that will take the longest.
Once the bow is made and the glitter is dry, start adding the decorative picks. This is the reason I love this grapevine wreath! You don’t need any hot glue or floral wire or anything. The picks just stick right into the grapevine and they stay. It makes it easy to move and adjust the look of the wreath too.
Add picks to the sides of the wreath leaving a space in the middle for a bow. You can add the same picks to each side in the same layout or make each side a little different.
Add your bow to the center of your wreath.
Then your wreath is ready to hang! Once you get it up on your door, you could even move some of the decorative picks around until it looks just how you want. And if you need to add hot glue to keep things a little more stable, you can do that too.
That bit of glitter gives it the perfect wintery look! I’m not usually a fan of glitter, but I think this is the perfect touch of sparkle.
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