Making a Grapevine Wreath

What you'll learn

Would you like to build wreaths for your home at any time of year? Stefanie will show you how to make a full and customizable wreath starting with a grapevine wreath base (though the great thing about this class is that you can use any type of wreath base to make your wreath) and discussing things like greenery tones. Stefanie will also use preserved/dried filler as well as sola wood flowers.

Materials and tools used in this class

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  • Level

    Beginner
  • Source

    CF Original
  • Enrolled

    6 students
Listed on Oct 22, 2021 - ID 19037397
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This class has 14 sessions (43m)

Class Preview
1m

In this class preview, you will meet Stefanie, and she will give you an overview of what she will be teaching you.

Introduction
38s

Stefanie will give you a quick sneak peek of the project you will be creating before getting started.

Materials and Supplies
5m

You are going to use a decent amount of greenery to create this wreath, so Stefanie will go over everything she will be using.

Dyeing the Wood Flowers
3m

Let's stain the wood flowers before you start making the wreath, so they are ready to go when you are finished with the greenery base.

Starting the Greenery Base
6m

Stefanie will show you one of her favorite greenery pieces that is great for starting the base of a wreath.

Second Layer of Greenery
2m

In this video, you will be adding your next dark-toned greenery.

Third Layer of Greenery
3m

In this part, you will learn how to introduce a new texture and smaller greenery but still stay in your darker tones.

Fourth Layer of Greenery
4m

In this section, Stefanie will show you how to introduce your mid-tone greenery!

Fifth Layer of Greenery
2m

And last but not least, you will learn how to add your lightest toned greenery to finish up the artificial greenery you will be using.

Adding Dried Filler
2m

The last filler to be added is the dried filler. For this class, you will be using a grass called bunny tails.

Using Silk Flowers
2m

For the first round of flowers, you are going to use silk flowers.

Stemming the Wood Flowers
44s

Before you finish the wreath to add in your wood flowers, you need to stem them first!

Adding the Wood Flowers to the Wreath
3m

In this section, you will be finishing up the wreath with wood flowers.

Wrapping Up the Project and Last Minute Tips
3m

Finally, Stefanie will inspect the wreath on a door to make sure it does not have any holes, and she will discuss some of the other frequently asked questions about extending the life of your outdoor wreath.


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Stefanie

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Hi I am Stefanie co-founder of Oh You're Lovely. I am a floral enthusiast who loves working with wood flowers, paint (I try and sneak the color pink in almost all my projects), and never take myself too seriously!

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