Seasonal DIY grapevine wreaths are easy to make and always look stunning. Don’t miss this collection of a dozen wreaths made on a grapevine base.
Grapevine wreaths have become my favorite. It might be because they are easy to work with and make tying down greenery and accessories easy…It could be because I feel like I have a successful assembly formula going…It might be because I am a little bit traditional…I definitely think that they often look more expensive and put together than other wreaths. Regardless, I am not sure I can pinpoint exactly why I like making them. I just do.
While I’ve made grapevine wreaths in the past, this year I really kicked it into high gear and as we near the end of the year, I am ready to show off a dozen of the grapevine wreaths I’ve created.
A Year of DIY Grapevine Wreaths
I made this winter welcome grapevine wreath for my parents home in sunny St. George, Utah. I loved the non-traditional purple poinsettias placed on a white grapevine wreath.
This winter white grapevine wreath is one that I created years ago (pardon the less fortunate and slightly blurry photo). It was before white grapevine wreaths were easily found on the market and I loved the contrast between the grapevine wreath form I spray painted white and my black door.
Looking for a wreath that SCREAMS Valentine’s Day? This Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath is a real hit!
This Valentine’s themed grapevine wreath is one of my most popular wreaths. It’s been pinned hundreds of thousands of times. I think it’s probably because the little pink bicycle is so cute, but what I really like about this wreath is that it could really remain out through spring and summer too.
This welcome spring grapevine wreath is ginormous. I loved having it on my door March through May and thought the slightly egg-shaped grapevine was a nice nod to Easter.
Bright yellow lemons, paired with navy are my jam. I love this color combo and obsessed over it all summer. This particular wreath found a home in my kitchen.
Typically my summer porch is super traditional, but this year I skipped the red, white and blue for a fun flamingo themed summer porch. My favorite part of the porch (outside of the pillows, because you can never have too many pillows) is this humorous attack flamingo wreath.
P.S. The wreath is even a bit funnier when you realize that I live in Utah, as opposed to Florida. Ha!
Last fall I made a pair of apple wreaths – one for me and one for my Mom. Mom loved her apple and sunflower wreath so much she actually used it all summer too.
More often than not, I go from summer straight into Halloween. However, it’s hard to pass up autumn with a wreath as pretty as this one!
When I started working on this fall grapevine wreath last month, I planned to make a super modern wreath with shades of plum. Sadly, that’s not what it wanted to be. Instead I created a very traditional wreath with a fun fall message.
I love Halloween. Decorating my porch is one of my very favorite activities to take on in late September. This particular wreath adorned the porch with a bunch of seafaring pirates!
This is another of my very favorite wreaths. Last holiday season I was absolutely obsessed with gnomes. And, can you blame me? As much as I like making a new wreath each year, there’s a good chance this one will be hanging on the front door once again!
Wow. It’s been fun looking back at some of my favorite grapevine wreaths. I am off to make a few more!