DIY Halloween Grapevine Wreath

DIY Halloween Grapevine Wreath

DIY Halloween Grapevine Wreath

Posted by: Cindy Moss Category: How To's Tags: , , , , ,

With Halloween right around the corner, there is no better time to get your craft on! Grab some friends, a hot glue gun , and some creative inspo ✨
Our Woodland Grapevine Wreath is super versatile and can be dressed up for any holiday or season! They can be used indoor or out, and are structurally sound, so they’ll last you a long time.



Step 1: Gather your materials

  • Dried Flowers and Twigs
  • Hot Glue Gun


Step 2: Start dressing your wreath up with moss

Unpack your Oregon Moss Mix and cover the bottom of your wreath by wrapping some Spanish Moss around the area. Secure your moss with small dots of hot glue. Next, trim your bamboo stakes and stick them in the bottom of the gravestones. Place the stakes into the grapevine using hot glue to secure them in place.


Step 3: Pick where you want your Gravestones

Place your gravestones where they look best and them with an crafting knife so they fit where you want them. Cut your Bamboo Orchid Stakes the the height you want your gravestones to sit and stick the stakes in the bottom of the gravestones. Put the stakes within the twigs of the Grapevine and use a hot glue gun to secure the stakes in place.



Step 4: Start filling in your graveyard

Fill the open areas around your gravestones with lush Reindeer Moss. Place some dried flowers and twigs to create a more defined graveyard silhouette. Next, use the hot glue gun to attach bones, spiders, and whatever other Halloween touches you like!


Step 5: Hang your wreath

Once you feel like your graveyard is in a good spot, grab some ribbon for the top of the wreath. Wrap the ribbon around and secure it with a little extra hot glue. This way you can hang your wreath from the ribbon alone, a pin, or from a simple hook.