Spectacular St. Patrick’s Day Wreath Tutorial

Spectacular St. Patrick's Day Wreath Tutorial by Julie Siomacco Southern Charm Wreaths

Everyone could use a little luck and this fun St. Patrick’s Day wreath is sure to bring it! Perfect for beginners, you can make this cute wreath in one afternoon. This post contains some affiliate links for your crafting convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.

Spectacular St. Patrick’s Day Wreath Tutorial

In this video, we’re making a Spectacular St. Patrick’s Day Wreath. Your neighbors will think you’re the luckiest one on the block when they see this gem on your front door. Here’s how to make it:



Spectacular St. Patrick’s Day Wreath Tutorial

  • Since all grapevine wreaths can vary a bit in their shape, take a moment to lay out your clover in various places and envision where it might work best while still leaving space.
  • Attach the clover to the grapevine wreath using florist wire. Simply thread a piece of wire through the front of the clover through the grapevine wreath and twist. Then cut off any excess wire. Continue adding as many pieces of wire as needed until the clover feels sturdy.
  • Next, add a bow. I made my popular funky bow out of 5 different ribbons with 12 inch loops following these instructions. Note: When you’ve finished your bow, secure with florist wire and push all the bow tails to the back and loops to the front.
  • Add your bow to the wreath with florist wire. I added mine to the top left corner of the wreath. Don’t forget to fluff your bow!
  • Now it’s time to add the greenery and silk flowers. I started with three long pieces of bamboo and secured them with hot glue under the bow.
  • Next, I continued adding greenery and white flowers around and under the bow, attaching each one with hot glue. If you purchased greenery or flowers on a bush, cut each stem and attach them to the wreath separately. Note: Look for flower and greenery colors that compliment the ribbon you used in your bow and use a variety of textures.
  • When you are finished adding your silk flowers and greenery, trim any picks that may have poked through the back and you’re done.


Spectacular St. Patrick’s Day Wreath Tutorial Video…

I hope you enjoyed this Spectacular St. Patrick’s Day wreath! It’s an easy way to brighten up your door for St. Patrick’s day. You could also hang this on a mirror over your mantle or in your entryway.

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Happy Wreathing,


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  1. Maritza on March 7, 2018 at 11:23 pm

    Love your videos, thanks to you I have learn to make a funky bow which i just made my first one today for my Easter wreath…thank you again….

  2. Sharon Steele on March 8, 2018 at 12:13 pm

    Beautiful wreath. I so enjoyed watching you make it. Thank you so very much. I have just become a fan of yours and I am really enjoying watching your videos. I have made the first wreath in your ebook and can’t wait to finish it so that I can send you a photo of how mine turned out.

  3. Linda Sharritts on March 8, 2018 at 3:25 pm

    Wow! For a funky bow it sure is beautiful and you did the wreath so quick love your work I would love to join your group but I belong to three already but love your work💞💓

  4. Bonnie M. on March 9, 2018 at 12:54 am

    Such a cute wreath for St. Patrick’s Day! Loved your video and the easy tutorial. Thanks for sharing this with us. Will definitely need to try this.

  5. Helen on March 12, 2018 at 8:51 pm

    I just love your video’s. It is amazing how you decide where to put a flower or something. You don’t seem to hesitate. It’s like you are being told from the wreath where to put everything. Thank you Julie, for all of your demonstrations. Helen

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