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Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

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I love this cute, inexpensive, and very easy Shamrock Grapevine Wreath. It makes a great decoration for St. Patrick’s Day.

Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

When I visited Ireland, I saw that it truly lives up to its name of, ‘Emerald Island’.

I have never seen so many beautiful shades of green in such concentration before… and I’m not sure I will again… unless I go back—which I hope to do.

While there, I looked and looked and while didn’t find a three-leaf clover I found many with four leaves.

To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, I wanted to make a shamrock wreath; this is what I made.

Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

I love its simplistic and natural vibe.

I also like how the fruit skewer stems blend in with the natural grapevine twine.

Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

The wreath only took a few supplies and was just a few dollars to create.

Supply List for this Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

Natural white grapevine wreath (I had this wreath so I linked to a similar one). When I purchased it years ago, I found it at a thrift store for about $2.00. I’ve since used it for other wreaths, like this Valentine’s Day Arrow wreath. Cost= Free

Shamrock food sticks, 100 ct – I found these on sale for= $4.50

glue sticks and glue gun I had these and used a minimal amount of glue =0.10

needle nose pliers I had these on hand as well

Total cost for this wreath is $4.60

Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

How to Put Together this Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

To see how to make this, please watch the video tutorial on this page or continue reading for written directions.

1- Using needle nose pliers snap off of the very top portion of the Shamrock food sticks so that the Shamrock is at the top of the toothpick.

Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

2- Stick the toothpick into the grapevine wreath. If your wreath has a tight frame you can press the fruit pick into the twine of the wreath and most of them should hold into the frame of the wreath without having to apply hot glue.

3- Make your way around the entire wreath until it is filled entirely with wooden shamrocks.

Determine which way you want to hang the wreath, and whichever part will end up at eye level, add more shamrocks in the inner part of the wreath in that area so it looks more fully decorated.

Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

4- Pick up the wreath and gently shake it. Secure any loose shamrock picks by either finding a better spot to put them or using hot glue, to glue them in.

5- Turn the wreath over and cut or snap off any toothpicks that are coming through on the other side so that your door will not get scratched.

After you think you have cut them all, run your hand around the rim of the back of the wreath to be sure that nothing sharp is sticking out. Again, this is to ensure your door won’t get scratched as it’s easy to miss a toothpick because they blend in with the grapevine.

That’s it.

It was so easy to make this shamrock grapevine wreath.

Shamrock Grapevine Wreath

If you are interested in modern St. Patrick’s Day wreaths, check out this post.

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