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Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath

Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath

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Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath

I made this dried rose wispy grapevine wreath for Valentine’s Day.

Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath

I love that the pretty delicate dried roses are well contrasted by the dark natural grapevine twine.


Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath

The wreath was very easy to make and only cost a few dollars. I made it in about 15 minutes. It doesn’t require expert skills, just about anyone should be able to make this wreath. 

This is a great wreath for Valentine’s Day, spring, summer, and/or anytime you’d need a wreath with a natural, vintage, pretty look.

It only takes a few supplies as well…

Supply List and Cost for this Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath

hot glue gun and glue sticks = glue sticks (50 cents)

wire cutters or scissors = had

door wreath hanger = had

wispy round twine wreath a wreath like this one. I purchased this wreath at a thrift store for $1.00 and while it had some ugly decoration on it, I used wire cutters to deconstruct it. =$1.00

hair spray = had (50 cents)

22 dried roses- the roses came from the centerpieces that I made for my sister’s wedding dinner.

Vintage Rose Valentine's Day Mantel

She said I could keep the roses and dry them, so I did. I bought the roses from Smith’s Food and Drug and Costco= Free. 

Vintage Rose Valentine's Day Mantel

How to make this Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath

Continue reading and/or watch the video to see how to make this wreath.

1- Dry roses and collect supplies. I dried light pink, off white, peach, maroon, and a pink/maroon blend rose. If you want to make a similar wreath, I would dry at least two dozen roses in a variety of colors just in case a few fall apart in the drying process.

2- Lay the roses on the wreath and attach them using the wire that is already on most wispy grapevine wreaths and/or with hot glue. You want to place the rose in its spot first before deciding how long to trim the stem. You’ll likely need to trim the stems to attach them on the wreath but its helpful to cut some long and some very short depending on placement, this is why its best to place the rose before trimming it too short to determine stem length.

3- Alternate the colors of roses so that there is a nice variety.

4- Once you are are over half way done laying the roses down, switch the direction you are placing the roses so that the stems are concealed and that the roses face in both directions.

5- Optional- I liked the look, so I added a few dried rose leaves at the top of both the edges where the roses ended.

6- Pick up the wreath and shake it, secure any roses with hot glue that are not firmly attached. You can also glue the rose petals to one another.

7- When you are finished placing and securing the roses. Spray the roses with a few light coats of hair spray. 

I love this rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath and am excited to use it for a variety of holidays.

Rose Wispy Grapevine Wreath

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