How To Healthcare Hero Thank You Wreath

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This week I went live to demonstrate how you can make a Healthcare Hero Thank You wreath. This is a great wreath to donate to a healthcare worker or a hospital to show your appreciation for their hard work on the frontlines of the coronavirus.

Thank you to Personalize It by Pam for donating all the profits for the sign sales to a teacher’s group who will be using the money to make masks.

Let’s get started!

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16″ Grapevine Wreath
12″ Metal Sign
Red Bow
Geranium Bush
White Filler Flower
Blue Filler Grasses

Metal Hole Punch
Rustic Wire
Glue Pan
Wire Cutters

Steps for Making a Healthcare Hero Thank You Wreath

Step 1 – Attach the sign to the grapevine wreath. You will need to use a hole punch to create holes in the sign for the florist wire to attach to the wreath. Attach the red bow on the opposite side of the sign. Use rustic wire to create a hanger on the back of the grapevine wreath.

Now we’re ready to decorate

Step 2 – Attach a few stems greenery bush to build up the wreath base. Using the bow as a binding point, place greenery behind the ribbon. Add the fern behind the bow as well to add dimension to your greenery. 

Step 3 – Next add the red geraniums. Using the bow as a binding point again, place individual geranium stems from behind the ribbon. I placed three on top and three on the bottom.

Step 4 – Fill in with small, white flowers between the greenery and the red geranium flowers. Last we will place a few pieces of the blue filler grasses for color and dimension. Have a few of the blue filler grasses come out from the wreath. 

And that’s all there is to it!

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How to Healthcare Hero Thank You Wreath

Comment below and tell me what theme you would like to see for a grapevine wreath.

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Happy Wreathing,


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  1. Vicki Taylor on May 7, 2020 at 12:10 am

    I was wondering what you were using for glue. It’s not a glue gun but looks like you dip the ends in a tray. Also, I was unable to get into the website for the signs.

    • Julie Siomacco on May 9, 2020 at 9:11 am

      It’s an electric skillet with melted glue sticks. Makes it faster.

  2. Lisa kelley on June 2, 2020 at 8:09 pm

    Julie I watch you make a swag first time your stuff is beautiful what a joy to watch .tho you Lisakelley.

  3. Pearl wade on July 21, 2020 at 2:41 pm

    Dear Judy I so enjoy watching and listening to you talk when you are making wreaths.
    First I’d like to say I pictured you so beautiful in my mind, from the way you talk. I don’t know if you hard of the lady that do tattoos on TV she had her own show and married Jesse James I think his name is he also rebuilt and build motorcycles. she has tattoos all over her body and she is very attractive . That is who I pictured you to look and sound like because you have that country drawer voice and that I don’t give a girl *;$%$ attitude which I like very much. I know I’m talking to much. but just trying to say I think you are beautiful and very smart lady. I witch I was younger 80 I be trying to keep up with you “smile ”
    live in the suburbs of Detroit have a lot of disabilities so I can’t get out and shop like I would like to. But gonna try to make wreaths because I can shop on line. For some things. Ribbon is the only thing it’s so high and so mush on a roll that I might not use.
    Thank you I’m sorry for this long comment

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