How to Make a Grapevine Wreath
Learn to make a colorful winter wreath from dried flowers and fruit in a few easy steps
Dried flowers and winter fruit make a lovely, seasonal wreath. Denise Porcaro, owner and founder of Flower Girl NYC, shows you how to make one. We used a mix of bittersweet, eucalyptus, black elderberry, dried hydrangea, and, for bright colors, thistle and kumquats.
Overview to Make a Grapevine Wreath
Loose, dried grapevines can be purchased directly from a florist; premade grapevine-wreath forms are sold at most hobby stores online for as little as $2 apiece. Most dried flowers and berry branches are available at craft stores and at online specialty shops, such as , but you can gather specimens from your yard; just snip them and hang them upside down until dry. Shop the supermarket aisle for winter fruit, like kumquats.