Tutorial: Holiday Sparkle Wreath December 3, 2010 DIY, Floral, Floral Tutorials, Home Decor Tutorials 6 Comments 2924 If you’re looking for a fresh idea for your front door, how about a glittery grapevine wreath? Check out those serious paper towels in the corner! Now, get your booty down to Michael’s for some sweet deals on these sparkly treats. Leaves, berries, pinecones, even little birds are all $0.50 or less (well, in my area anyways). Here’s what you’ll need: Grapevine wreath of your choice (my 18″ one was $3.99) Ribbon (the more sparkly, the better!) Accents (the ones I got were on the end of bendy wire, perfect for sticking into the wreath) Stapler Jingle monogram (ok, it’s not absolutely necessary…but it’s sooo cute) I didn’t take any won’t bore you with pictures, since it’s fairly straightforward. You could start by arranging the pieces on your wreath, then go ahead and stick them in! You can rearrange them until it looks exactly the way you want. Make a loop with ribbon so it hangs at the desired height and staple the ends together at the top. I love a huge bow with long tails (stapled onto the loop), but you can do whatever strikes your fancy. And, the best part about this wreath is that you can change it for the seasons! Just stash away your glittery accessories for next year and get your Spring on. ******Linked Up******** 6 Responses Amy with Good Day! December 4, 2010 I liked it so much a made one too ;o) Reply Kelly Heatherly December 4, 2010 I love this! This is exactly what I want…..so, I’m going to attempt to make it! Reply admin December 4, 2010 Good for you Kelly! It is so super easy! Reply Kirie December 6, 2010 Looks wonderfull! Simple but outstanding. Love it! I just stepped by from CraftOManiac link party 🙂 Best regards Jo&cats ( http://shape-moth.blogspot.com/ ) Reply Lovely Crafty Home December 6, 2010 Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by Kirie! Come back soon 🙂 Reply Marty@A Stroll Thru Life December 7, 2010 Your wreath is stunning, I love the touch of silver and gold. Beautiful. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Leave this field empty CAPTCHA Code* Check here to Subscribe to notifications for new posts Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.