{Spring Grapevine & Moss Wreath}

{Spring Grapevine & Moss Wreath}

You know me, once a holiday or season comes to an end this girl likes to give the front door a little makeover.  Sadly we still have not gotten around to painting our front door “front door red” {hey, it’s been kinda cold down here in Georgia, especially on the weekends}.  BUT, I did make a new wreath inspired by Spring {come on, get here already!} using only materials that I already had!

Spring Grapevine & Moss Wreath

Spring Grapevine & Moss Wreath

To make a similar wreath, you’ll need:

one grapevine wreath

a few floral stems {I gathered these from around the house}

a wooden letter {I used an H for our last name}

Spanish moss

hot glue/glue gun

burlap ribbon

materials

I’ve used this grapevine wreath a few times now.  It might be one of the best purchases I’ve ever made at the craft store.  Anytime I want to reuse it, I simply take the wreath adornments off and have a new canvas.

I really wanted to have our monogram hanging from the center of the wreath, and I’ve been using Spanish moss like crazy in the house lately, so I figured why not take it outdoors too?

Luckily this letter had already been painted green {from this wreath here}, so I just used hot glue to attach the Spanish moss to the front of the letter.

Moss Letter

Yes, there are some gaps, but from the street {and honestly a few feet away} you cannot tell, and in my book, that’s all that matters.  I didn’t want to have to go out and buy more Spanish moss at this point.

Moss Letter H

To assemble the wreath, I hung it on the door, glued the flowers to the bottom, and hung the mossy letter from the center using the burlap ribbon {after using a staple gun to attach the ribbon to the back of the letter}.

Grapevine & Moss Wreath at WTYFGH

Now if this weather would only cooperate and warm up a little!

wtyfgh-signature

I’ll be linking up here!

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About Meredith Hazel

Meredith is a stay at home mom and has been blogging since 2012. She started Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home as a creative outlet in between nap times for her little one. Wait 'Til Your Father gets home is a combination of crafting tutorials, DIY projects, recipes and, sharing some of life's journey along the way.

Comments

  1. Meredith, this wreath is great. It’s super springy without being over the top colorful…very classy!

  2. This is beautiful! I just made a similar wreath for my front door. Wish I’d done my letter like yours.

    I’d be thrilled if you’d link up at this week’s Off the Hook!

  3. So cute! I love how easy it is to put together and the gorgeous way it brings nature to your door. This is so pretty!

  4. Simply beautiful! I love the monogram and the bright flowers. Thanks for sharing!
    Blessings,
    Nici

  5. Hi Meredith! What a pretty wreath…I made a ” sister moss wreath” for spring as well this year! Pinning it. Came from the Atkinson Drive party to pin this cutie! Thanks for sharing!

  6. LOVE the moss monogram!! It pairs so well with the grapevine.
    Thanks for sharing. Pinned!!

  7. It’s beautiful. Maybe my favorite Spring time wreath yet this year. It’s just a touch of flowers in perfect springy colors. The monogram is a nice touch. I think I even have some moss hanging about…:)

  8. SO pretty…I love anything monogrammed. :)

  9. Love it! The moss is fabulous! I may have to invest in a grapevine wreath….

  10. I love it Mer, the moss monogram and the little rosettes, so pretty!

  11. Meredith I love this especially the initial

  12. Loving this!! So ready for the new season to make its debut! :)

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