How To Make A Greenery Wreath

DIY yourself a beautiful greenery wreath, perfect for all four seasons!  Learn how to make this project with simple materials and a full video tutorial that will have you with a gorgeous wreath in no time flat!

Follow along to the full video tutorial too:

Here's what you'll need:
  • Grapevine wreath (any size works, I used a 12 inch wreath)
  • Faux greens (a variety of shades of green work well)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Glue sticks
  • Wire cutters

Here's how to make it!
  • Cut greens into smaller pieces using wire cutters.
  • Pre-arrange onto the wreath to "map out" the look of your wreath.
  • Glue down greens, slowly working around and making them all go in a uniform, but natural circular direction.  Try to spread out the different greens so you don't have clumps of the same types of things.
  • Look for any holes or thinner spots and fill them in too.
  • If needed, tie a piece of twine or ribbon around the wreath to create a hanging loop.
  • Allow glue to completely cool and dry before hanging.
  • Your wreath is now ready to hang!
Happy crafting!

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