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Fall Grapevine Wreath

Grapevine wreaths will always be classic traditional wreaths, and what better time to use a grapevine wreath than for fall? This fall grapevine wreath is covered in chrysanthemums, milk thistle, daisies, and a small fall sign, which is perfect to adorn your front door this fall!

Fall grapevine wreath hanging on wood door

This summer has been a tough one, a couple of awful things happened this summer that I can’t even bring myself to talk about yet, but needless to say, this is the first year that I am aching for fall to get here before summer is even over! I cannot believe I have my fall wreath on my front door before my kiddos have gone back to school! That is definitely a first for me!

DIY grapevine wreath for fall on a wood door with a welcome wreath hanger

I love the mixture of the fall flowers and the small fall sign! Can you believe it, I actually made a fall wreath with fall colors! Lol! Remember when I went into Hobby Lobby to get bright fall-colored flowers and came out with the makings of this Neutral Fall Wreath? 🤭 Well, I am proud I finally made a fall grapevine wreath that uses all the fall colors!

I went back and forth on this wreath and added a bow, and took it off! Lol! You could add the bow if you like more balance in your wreath!

Fall grapevine wreath with black and white bow

I love it both ways and ended up making the bow easy to add or remove depending on how I am feeling that day! Lol!

Interested in some other cute fall decor projects? Check out these epoxy pumpkin chargers to make your table something special for Thanksgiving, or this adorable DIY industrial wheelbarrow to decorate the porch this fall!

Gathering Supplies to Make a Fall Grapevine Wreath

Most all the supplies to make the fall grapevine wreath are from Walmart and Hobby Lobby! You can usually find fall florals in almost every store, even Dollar Tree so don’t let that keep you from making yourself a fall wreath if you want one, they do not have to cost a lot to be pretty! The total cost of this fall grapevine wreath is about 30 bucks! I could have easily saved myself around 6 bucks just to have gotten the flowers all from Walmart!

Materials for the Fall Wreath:

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Making the Fall Grapevine Wreath

Start by gathering all the supplies you need and the fall florals you want to include in your wreath!

supplies needed to make the fall grapevine wreath - floral bunches, ribbon, grapevine wreath form, i love fall sign

I started with the small garland you see on the left inside of the grapevine wreath form, it has white-ish colored beads on it! I wrapped this garland around the wreath form just to give it a little something extra, you can leave this off if you want, especially if you do put a bow, you don’t really see it!

adding a small garland to the grapevine wreath form
the grapevine wreath form with the small white bead garland wrapped around it

So this wreath morphed from one layout to another, one bow to another, and then no bow at all! Lol! So if you like the bow and want to add a bow to your wreath, this is how I made mine but again you can make one however you want!

I glued the tails down first, it is just a ribbon folded over itself and glued.

adding the tails of the bow to the wreath underneath the actual bow on the DIY fall wreath

Then roll the ribbon back and forth until you have however many pieces you want on your bow.

making loops to make a bow for the fall grapevine wreath

Tie the loops of the bow with a small piece of ribbon and hot glue it on the back of the bow. Now seeing the bow like this, I like it more without the flower in the center even though at the time I did not! It’s funny how that happens sometimes!

the finished bow on the fall wreath

I got a little ahead of myself there though in the photo above, I was trying out layouts for the flowers before I glued anything!

Now I glued the sign into place! I just used hot glue on the back of the sign where it was going to touch the wreath, and then once I set it onto the wreath, I added a little more hot glue around it to make sure it doesn’t fall off!

adding the "I love fall most of all" sign to the fall wreath
showing the hot glue on the fall sign for the fall wreath

Now you can add all the flowers around the sign to make your fall grapevine wreath perfect for your front door!

Cut the flowers down to size or off of the floral bunch!

cutting the flowers down to add to the fall wreath

I really just added them as I felt they looked good!

adding chrysanthemums to the fall wreath

I stuck the flowers in the grapevine wreath before I glued them to see kinda where I wanted them, and also to make sure that I liked them before gluing them into place because I like to use a ton of glue when placing them so they don’t fall off! Once I had played around with the flowers, I added ample hot glue and stuck them in the wreath!

Hot glue all over the mum flower to stick in the wreath

Add all the mums, milk thistle tops, daisies, and greenery that you want!

adding all the flowers to the DIY fall wreath

I lifted the milk thistle heads and glued them higher up as opposed to letting them sink as in the above photo!

Keep adding the flowers!

fall wreath in progress of being made

After I had all the large flowers I wanted along the side of the wreath, I added the large leaves of the milk thistle bunch to give it a finished edge!

large milk thistle leaves for the fall wreath
adding the large green leaves onto the fall grapevine wreath

And then I added the smaller green leaves of the milk thistle bush just to cover the grapevine wreath a little more where the milk thistle heads were!

up close of the flowers on the fall grapevine wreath

And I added the little daises as filler to give it a little added flair! Make sure and cover the stem with hot glue so that you don’t have to push the small flower all the way down!

adding daisies to the fall wreath

That’s pretty much it! If you want the little sprigs above the bow, I just hot glued them behind it! If you want the flower in the center of the bow, I just cut the mum stem all the way off like so…

cutting the mums for the wreath

And hot glue it into place!

adding a chrysanthemum to the middle of the fall wreath bow

After reviewing all the photos, I think I am going to add the bow back but without the flower in the middle!

Fall grapevine wreath hanging on wood door

How are you going to make your fall grapevine wreath? Tell me below!

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DIY Fall Wreath on grapevine wreath form
DIY fall wreath on grapevine wreath form and hanging on wood door
DIY fall wreath with gorgeous rust and orange mums along with milk thistle and daisies
Fall Grapevine Wreath

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