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I have a problem! I’m obsessed with making wreaths for my front door and I need a new wreath for every holiday. Ok, I shouldn’t say need – I want a new wreath for every holiday. I’m not very good at reusing wreaths because I think I get tired of looking at them after a few months so it was time for a new Christmas wreath.
This year’s wreath is a simple berry wreath that I LOVE!! I’ve been wanting more of a winter wreath instead of a Christmas wreath and this wreath turned out better than I imagined. Now I can keep it up into the new year.
And guess what? I was able to make it for less than $20. You can’t beat that price!
- grapevine wreath
- 6 large berry cluster stems
- glue gun and glue sticks (optional)
The directions are simple – just poke stems of the berry clusters through the grape vine wreath. Secure into place with your glue gun if you want. Then hang your wreath and admire how pretty it is.
I’m not sure if you can see it in the pictures but the ends of the berries are glittery which makes it even prettier. And, I think I say this about every wreath but I this might be my favorite one I’ve made so far. Maybe I should just say this is my favorite winter wreath I’ve made so far.
What do you think?
Have I inspired you to make your own Winter Berry Wreath? Remember – if I can do it, you can do it!