This bright, cheerful Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath with a kissing booth sign is sure to reel in all the fellas. Don’t miss the full tutorial, complete with a detailed list of where to buy each item.
February sneaked up on me a bit quickly this year and I am afraid I am not quite as prepared for Valentine’s Day as I usually am. Fortunately I prepped so many printable Valentine’s Day cards last year, I have gifts for everyone from my mermaid loving niece, to my Oreo loving neighbor.
My house on the other hand is not quite ready. Over the weekend I pulled out the storage box containing my Valentine decor and realized how little I had put away last year. As soon as I popped open the box, I remembered donating several items that “didn’t bring me joy.” Oops!
While I hung on to last year’s Valentine’s Day wreath (it remains one of my most popular posts), I decided to repurpose it for spring this year.
In the meantime, I’ve created a SUPER theme-y Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath filled with red roses and hearts that’s perfect for hanging on my front door for the duration of February.
Valentine’s Day Grapevine Wreath
Inside the house I often use red for Valentine’s Day, but I tend to stick with paler colors out on my coral-pink front door. This Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath is red. It really pops against both my front door and all the snow that’s still falling in Utah this time of year.
What you will need to recreate this Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath:
Most of the items included on my wreath were purchased at Hobby Lobby. I have provided a direct affiliate link wherever possible so that you can easily pick up the same/similar items and create your own Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath.
24″ Grapevine Wreath
Kissing Booth Sign (Purchased at Hobby Lobby, not currently available online.)
Red Roses (2)
White Spring Buds (Not currently available online, but here’s a similar bunch.)
Valentine Heart Picks
1.5″ Red Ribbon
5/8″ White Ribbon with Red Arrows
Green Floral Wire
Floral Wire Cutters
Glue Gun + Glue Sticks (I usually use about two sticks on a wreath.)
How to create this Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath:
- Pull together all of your supplies and stage them in your crafting space.
- Deconstruct your medium and small floral stems. Save all of the pieces for use (including leaves) in the wreath (outside of the base of the stem).
- Place the grapevine wreath on the center of the table.
Note: I love crafting with grapevine wreaths. They add texture, PLUS pushing the greenery and flowers into the branches when you’re gluing them down helps to keep them stable.
- Find the center of your wreath and attach a sign, or similar focal piece, as desired using floral wire.
- Take the individual rose stems and arrange them around the sign and up the side of the wreath. Attach the floral stems to the grapevine base using hot glue.
- Fill any empty space amongst the roses with leftover greenery pulled off the stems.
- Place the small white flowers as accents throughout the greenery and flora. I like to extend these out slightly past where the heavier greenery stops. Secure small flowers to the grapevine base using hot glue.
- Place Valentine heart picks at regular intervals throughout the flora and greenery. Secure to the grapevine base using hot glue.
- Attach ribbon to the top of the Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath using floral wire.
I love how my VERY Valentine’s Day grapevine wreath turned out. It took just under and hour to complete from start to finish – fairly close to my 30 minute crafting limit.