How To Make A Grass Wreath
Want to keep your front door looking fresh, but fresh out of ideas? Make a simple and quick grass wreath with just a few supplies, swapping out the bow for each season or holiday! The best thing about this project: no cutting is required! Anyone can make this, so follow along as Sarah Gaither puts this wreath together in less than FIVE minutes!
What you Need
- Four pieces of grass in two sizes
- Oval grapevine wreath
- Pan of hot glue or glue gun
- Bow in seasonal ribbon
- Floral wire
- Take two long pieces of greenery, dipped or coated with hot glue and tuck them into the top of an oval grapevine wreath, allowing the greenery to flow down. Leave room at the top of the wreath for bow.
- Identify gaps of greenery at the bottom of the wreath and cover with two smaller pieces of grass, dipping in hot glue and tucking underneath the larger grass pieces to hide ends.
- After glue cools, arrange and distribute the greenery evenly, making sure there are no gaps or clumps.
- Make a ribbon bow in any size, style, and color you wish. Use colors coordinating with the current season or holiday or in an every day color scheme of your choice! Fasten the bow to the top of your wreath with floral wire in the empty space left.
Hang and enjoy all year long! It’s a no-brainer decoration that you’ll find yourself getting excited to decorate as each season changes or holidays come up. You may even end up changing out bows just for fun! Have fun picking out ribbon from our huge collection at Carolina Pottery today!