It’s the most wonderful time of the year! If it is too early for you to start thinking about decorating for Christmas, then you might just want to pin this Grapevine Christmas Wreath tutorial for later!
But in all seriousness, my entire family loves everything about Christmas and always look forward to getting a start on all things Christmas!
And, so do all the bloggers participating in the Deck the Home Challenge. Each week for the next several weeks we will create a holiday project based around a different theme. This week it is about Christmas Door Décor.
I made this grapevine Christmas wreath was made with a wreath recycled from last years wreath.
Instead of step by step photos, I show you how easy it is to make in the video tutorial below, where I make the wreath from start to finish!
What you will need:
- 14 inch grapevine wreath form
- 1 large bag of green moss
- 3 mercury glass Christmas balls
- thin rope
- glue gun
- glue sticks
How easy was that! Just be extra careful when gluing the moss in place! There is a very good reason they call it a hot glue gun!
I made this Christmas wreath with the front door in mind, but decided to hang it above the stove to add a little Christmas cheer! I spent a lot of time in the kitchen this weekend, baking cookies for this years Christmas cookie week and the wreath helped get me in the spirt of the holidays!1
Be sure to check out all the Christmas Door Décor ideas in the Deck the Home Challenge. Click here to find all the project links!
And come back next week, where we will be sharing holiday projects that take less than 2 hours to make!
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