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"How to add silk flowers to grapevine wreaths" - brown wreath with pink silk flowers

Alright y’all, I’m back again with another quick Tip Tuesday video for you. This one’s geared toward the beginner wreath makers out there, but it’s one that hardly ever gets addressed in wreath making tutorials: the correct way to insert flower stems into your grapevine wreath. Learning how to do this correctly cut my wreath…

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brown grapevine wreath on white background

Did you know you’re supposed to clean the dead leaves out of your grapevine wreath bast before you start decorating it? If not, don’t feel bad. I’ve run across plenty of experienced wreath makers who’ve never heard of doing this before. But this is one of the quickest tips I can give you to seriously…

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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…

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pink and green silk flower wreath with gnome and ribbon bow for Easter decor

Hippity hoppity… Easter’s on it’s way! And isn’t this gnome just the cutest Peter Cottontail? (Although if you watched the live video you’d know that my fellow wreath makers actually came up with some other fun gnome names for him!) Keep reading or watch the video below to learn how to make him into a…

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Get your door Christmas ready and learn how to make a Santa Christmas Wreath using a grapevine wreath as the base. This is a simple Christmas wreath you can do in an afternoon! This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy. This tutorial is a super popular…

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How to Make an Easy New Year's Door Wreath

  Today in the wreath shop, I’m showing you how to make a super quick and easy New Year’s Door Wreath.  Ever wonder what to hang on your door for New Year’s? Well, this wreath will do just the trick.  Plus it’s generic enough that it will last you through the winter months as well.…

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