This DIY natural wreath decoration is pretty for every season and will last year after year. Start with a twig wreath form and fill the base with wispy greens and dried flowers. The greenery can be customized to fit your style, and its neutral color scheme complements every design aesthetic. Learn how to make a natural wreath with our simple step-by-step instructions, below.
What You Need
- 16-inch grapevine wreath
- 1 bunch of assorted greenery: eucalyptus spiral, protea, salal
- 5 green dried snowball hydrangeas
- 3 green latex pears
- 1 latex grape cluster
- Gold-edge green eucalyptus
- Hot-glue gun and hotmelt adhesive
- 2-2/3-yards of 1-1/2 -inch-wide wire-edge ribbon
Step 1: Arrange Greenery
For this wreath making idea, arrange assorted greenery on the grapevine wreath, working clockwise and allowing some greenery to extend irregularly. We used eucalyptus spiral, protea, and salal, but you can choose the type of greenery that suits your aesthetic. Secure with hot glue.
Step 2: Add Flowers and Fruit
Arrange and glue hydrangeas on the wreath, referring to photo for placement. Glue pear and grape clusters to the wreath. Apply hotmelt adhesive to gold-edge eucalyptus stems and insert them into the natural wreath working clockwise.
Step 3: Add Hanging Ribbon
Cut a 24-inch length of ribbon, loop it through the center at the top of the wreath, and knot the ends. Cut two yards of ribbon, insert it through the loop, and tie it into a bow. Arrange the tails to hang across the wreath.