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DIY Grapevine Pinecone Wreath

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If you’ve wondered how to make a pinecone grapevine wreath, you’re in luck! This is an easy way to make a grapevine pinecone wreath with floral wire, no gluing or wait time required!

When our friends asked us to join their winter wreath challenge, we jumped right in! We love the simplicity of grapevine wreaths and appreciate that they can be used for any holiday or season by simply swapping the embellishments.

Read just how easy it is to make this easy grapevine pinecone wreath then check out more fresh winter wreath ideas for lots of inspiration during these chilly months.

SUPPLIES

Grapevine wreaths are always at thrift stores, abandoned and sitting on the top shelf of the decor section. If you don’t spot one, use your 50% off coupon at your local craft store to avoid paying full price. They’re often on sale, as well.

how to make a grapevine pinecone wreath

This took longer to document (video + still photos) than to actually make! No glue or wait time required, just snip and wrap!

  • Tuck the stems into the bottom of the wreath facing each other.
  • Secure with floral wire. Intertwine it into the wreath, between the branches, for stability. Trim with wire cutters.
  • Layer the next set of greens on top of the first set, repeating the floral wire tie on process.
  • Tuck in wood picks, secure in place.
  • Wrap wire around pine cones, secure in place.

That’s all there is to it. It’s the easiest wreath to make but looks like those luxury wreaths that sell for several hundred dollars elsewhere.

The best part is we found all of our goods at our local craft store in the Christmas clearance section so the total cost was around $10. (PS: Outfit details linked here!)

more easy to make wreaths

We’re no stranger to wreaths. Here’s just a small list of wreaths we’ve made in the past:

FAQ WREATH MAKING

How to you hang a wreath? Many wreaths will hang easily depending on your hook. Grapevine wreaths don’t require a hanger because all their branches separate so you can hang it by putting your hook between them.

How do you secure pine cones for a wreath? Simply wrap your wire in between the layers of the cone. If you’re worried about it loosening, double or triple wrap it. It’s so small that it’ll hide between the layers.

WINTER WREATH IDEAS

If grapevine wreaths aren’t your flavor, you’re sure to find a wreath to fit your style from one of our talented friends below!

Janine from Happy Happy Nester created the most beautiful felt leaves wreath, we’re dying to recreate it!

Tatertots and Jello’s pink door is our favorite. It’s even prettier with her DIY snowflake wreath. Even better is she’s sharing 3 ways to make it!

Modern Glam is sharing a classy winter wrapped scarf wreath. So creative!

Twelve On Main’s seeded eucalyptus grapevine wreath is so pretty and simple, you know we adore a good grapevine wreath!

My 100 Year Old Home’s wood floral wreath takes less than 5 minutes to make!

Happy Happy Housie’s olive branch wreath is so pretty for winter but I’d personally leave it up year round.

This dainty wood floral wreath with a pretty satin bow from Finding Lovely is too sweet.

My Sweet Savannah created this fun DIY antler wreath, we love the boho vibes!

DIY Grapevine Pinecone Wreath

If you've wondered how to make a pinecone grapevine wreath, you're in luck! This is an easy way to make a grapevine pinecone wreath with floral wire, no gluing or wait time required!

Equipment

  • Large Pinecones
  • Gold Wood Picks
  • Cedar Green Picks
  • Pine Needle Picks
  • 18-24" Grapevine Wreath Form
  • Floral Wire + Floral Cutters

Notes

This took longer to document (video + still photos) than to actually make! No glue or wait time required, just snip and wrap!
  • Tuck the stems into the bottom of the wreath facing each other.
  • Secure with floral wire. Intertwine it into the wreath, between the branches, for stability. Trim with wire cutters.
  • Layer the next set of greens on top of the first set, repeating the floral wire tie on process.
  • Tuck in wood picks, secure in place.
  • Wrap wire around pine cones, secure in place.
That’s all there is to it. It’s the easiest wreath to make but looks like those luxury wreaths that sell for several hundred dollars elsewhere.

We love for you to pin our wreath so your friends can make one, too! xo

Which one is your favorite of all these wreaths?

We can’t choose but are excited to get our craft supplies ready!

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