Happy Spring! Are you searching for new unique Spring wreath ideas?
Nothing says welcome to Spring like a pretty spring wreath on your front door or in your home. If you’re looking for a modern and classic spring wreath design, you will love this tallow berry wreath.
SUPPLIES YOU WILL NEED:
- 8″ grapevine wreath – I got mine from the dollar store
- 4 bunches of tallow berry – I got mine from Etsy
- Wire on a spool
- Hot glue gun
- Reindeer moss
- 30″ of ribbon in color your choice – I went with mossy green.
Time to complete 30 mins
Spring Tallow Berry Wreath Tutorial Video
You can watch the video to see how I made this wreath. I started with a 8″ grapevine base that I purchased at the dollar store. (You can make this wreath in any size, but you will need more tallow berry for this full look). The finished wreath is 11″ in diameter so that the berries will bring a lot of volume to your wreath size. This wreath took 4 bunches of tallow berry to complete
Once you have completed the wreath, you can either keep it simple or add ribbon. If you do not want to add ribbon, you can add some wire to the back to hang the wreath.
Typically I wouldn’t say I like bows on wreaths, but I do love a good ribbon. For this wreath, I opted to use a mossy green ribbon to bring out the green in the wreath and also as a way to hang the wreath. To use the ribbon method, flip the wreath over and slip one end of the ribbon through the grapevine and then do the same with the other end.
I kept 3″ of ribbon at the top of the wreath, and made sure the streamers were even. When you find the length you like, tie each side in a knot to hold the ribbon in place. Then flip the wreath over and pull the ribbon streamers through the center of the wreath, finish the ribbon by cutting, folding the streamers in half, and cutting a triangle from the outside bottom edge to the top. Then flip the wreath over and pull the ribbon streamers through the center of the wreath, finish the ribbon by cutting, folding the streamers in half, and cutting a triangle from the outside bottom edge to the top.
I also covered the back of the wreath with more reindeer moss. You could leave it, but covering the mechanics gives it a finished look. Also, if you decide to hang the wreath on a glass door or window where you would see both sides, you need to cover the mechanics. Here you can see what the finished back. Now I think it looks great from both sides.
If this wreath is kept out of the elements, it will last for years and years. I hope you enjoy making this wreath as much as I did. Please tag me in photos of your wreath, I would love to see them.