O Holy Night Blue Christmas Wreath {with Video}

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Learn how to make a stunning blue Christmas wreath out of a grapevine wreath, ribbon, and a beautiful Christmas sign.

If you enjoy decorating grapevine wreaths and want something with lots of blues, then you are going to have a lot of fun with this holiday wreath! It looks like a celebration of your favorite winter wonderland – and there are so many ways you can customize it too.

Blue christmas wreath with oh holy night sign

How To Make A Blue Christmas Wreath Out Of Grapevine

This blue Christmas wreath is a delightful project to make when you are home and wanting to create something beautiful. Grab some friends and make a night of it! This wreath is easy enough for you to put together during a fun craft night.

This is such an easy wreath to make that even someone who has never made a wreath before will be able to make it.


Step 1: Spray Paint The Grapevine Wreath

Do this step at least the day before so that your wreath has time to dry. I chose to make it match the color of my O Holy Night sign, but you can also choose to use complementary colors or paint it white (to make it look like snow). I use this brand of spray paint for all my wreaths.

Step 2: Attach The Sign To The Wreath

Staple a few pieces of 22-gauge wire to the back of the sign. If your sign came with its own hangers you will have to remove them first.

Then, use the wire to twist and attach the sign to the grapevine wreath. Twist it as tightly as you can. Then, trim the excess wire from the back of the wreath so it doesn’t scratch your door.

Step 3: Make The Bow

For this wreath, I made my bows with 3 loops. To do this, I measured a 12-inch tail, then folded them in half to form a 6-inch tall loop and twisted it in my fingers. I repeated the process 2 more times.

You can choose to either use just one ribbon or 2 or even 3 different ribbons in your bow. The more ribbons you use, the fuller the bow will be.

To give the bow visual interest, I used the same colors from the sign – navy blue and silver – in my ribbons.

Attach the ribbon to the wreath.

Step 4: Add Greenery & Flocking

Cut your evergreen greenery and flocking picks and add them around the grapevine wreath. Melt some glue sticks in a skillet and dip the ends of the greenery into the glue, then attach them to the grapevine wreath.

This is where you can be creative. Add as much or as little as you want. Add dimension to it by putting the longer pieces around the sides and putting the smaller pieces on top and towards the middle.

Step 5: Add Pinecones

Finally, if you want to make it even more three-dimensional, glue in some pinecone picks. This will give it visual interest and add some rustic flair. While the pine cones I used are artificial, you can use fresh pine cones from your yard following these instructions for how to harvest pine cones for crafting.

VIDEO: DIY Blue Christmas Wreath

If you are a visual learner, take a look at our video tutorial on how to make this Christmas grapevine wreath!

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Blue Christmas wreath with oh holy night sign
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  1. Alice on November 9, 2020 at 1:23 pm

    Totally awesome. I love Jesus with all my being Thank you for this today

  2. Evelyn Monk Mars on November 9, 2020 at 1:41 pm

    Beautiful. Thank you

  3. Stephanie S. on November 9, 2020 at 3:51 pm

    Julie so pretty and nice change from green/red.

  4. Julie Conlon on November 10, 2020 at 9:01 am

    Very pretty, LOVE the blue!!

  5. Teresa Schlittler on November 12, 2020 at 6:12 pm

    Yes, you absolutely inspired me! I have made at least a dozen wreaths since I joined. I have been giving to my friends and they love them!

  6. classyone1968 on October 14, 2021 at 4:10 pm

    Very beautiful. You showed the barn wreath in this video, is it out yet? Very pretty!

    • Taylor Tompkins on October 14, 2021 at 4:33 pm

      The barn wreath is a training Julie did for our Wreath of the Month Club members. You can learn more about the Wreath of the Month Club at http://www.learntowreath.com.

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