Craft your Own Stunning Silk Flower Grapevine Wreath for Summer!

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Join me in making a silk flower grapevine wreath for Summer. This beauty includes lots of textures and a peach-inspired color scheme. 

peach colored flower grapevine wreath with bow on white door

Stunning Silk Flower Grapevine Wreath for Summer!

Today’s project is super fun and plenty beautiful. It’s my attempt at a “simple” Summer wreath. 

The star of this project is the color scheme, with a stunning variety of pinks, peaches, and mauves. I just know y’all are going to love it!

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Supplies for this project

You’ll need: 

  • 14” grapevine wreath
  • Silk ribbon
    • 2 ½” peach and white stripe
    • 1 ½” orange
    • 1” peach
  • Mixed greenery
    • Nandina
    • Palm
  • Faux florals
    • Spring sprays
    • Peach cabbage roses 
  • Wire cutters
  • Wooden floral picks 
  • Florist tape 
  • Florist wire
  • Scissors
  • Wire cutters
  • Hot glue 

How to make a summer silk flower grapevine wreath

1. Create your bow

The first step to this summer silk flower wreath is making the bow. 

Start by measuring a 12” tail of your peach and white striped ribbon, pinch, and pleat. Then, measure 12” for a 6” loop, pinch, pleat, and twist. Repeat for a total of 3 loops. 

Repeat these steps with your orange ribbon, then peach ribbon, working on top of this base. 

Add a final loop of peach and white striped ribbon, measuring a 10” streamer, then 10” for a 5” center loop. 

Secure the center with florist wire, then attach it to the left side of your wreath. 

2. Build the foundation

Next, we’re going to create a foundation of greenery, starting with Nandina. Add clippings around your bow, securing them with hot glue. The base should be full and feathery.

Then, add palm for more texture using the same principle.

3. Add faux florals

Divide your spring sprays into smaller pieces for better control. 

Then, make some shorter bundles out of your divided bits, joining the ends with a bit of florist wire or a wooden floral pick wrapped in florist tape.  

Also, trim and divide your peach cabbage roses. 

Insert the cabbage roses into the established greenery, securing them with hot glue. Disperse them evenly, moving outwards from the bow. 

Next, begin adding your spring spray bundles, evenly spacing them around the outer edge of your wreath. Pepper them throughout the greenery foundation, incorporating subtle touches of color and texture. 

4. Finishing touches

To finish your Summer wreath, add a few extra ribbon streamers to the bottom of your bow.

Also, take the time to fill in any holes with leftover greenery clippings or small flowers. Fluff up your wreath, and it’s ready to gift!

Watch the video: How to make a silk flower grapevine wreath for Summer

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