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How to Make a Grapevine Wreath with Mesh

Learn how to make a grapevine wreath from scratch! In this blog post you will learn step by step instructions on how to add mesh to the inside of your grapevine wreath and turn it into beautiful fall decor. You can visit our youtube channel for more DIY


Poof Curl

Ribbons cut -12in

Mesh cut – 15in


​Most supplies can be found at Trendy Tree or Hardworkingmomstore.com



18in Grapevine wreath

21in  deco mesh Cranberry mesh

Wine sign


1.5in Grey and cranberry striped ribbon

1.5in Grey and white striped ribbon

2.5in  Burgundy ribbon

2.5in Grey wine ribbon

Work tie garland


Begin by cutting your mesh into 15 inch sections. You won’t need much- I used 4 sections of mesh. Next, we are going to take a look at the grapevine and decide which side doesn’t look so great. (mis-shaped, frayed, etc.) This will be the side we place our sign on.

On the opposite side of the grapevine, I will measure out the work tie garland and cut. There will be about 5 ties on the portion that you cut. 

To create poof curls for the grapevine, let the mesh curl in its natural direction. Pinch the curl about 4 inches from each end and secure each side in a different tie. Make sure the opening in the mesh is facing downward!

The space between the two ties will create a poof. Pull and stretch that mesh to create more volume. To create your next curl, let the mesh curl in its natural direction, pinch 4 inches from each side, and when placing in ties overlap one side onto the last tie you secured on the wreath. Continue adding poof curls to your wreath!

For my ribbon, I used all 4 ribbon patterns and alternated them onto the curls on the grapevine. 

To put the sign on the grapevine, punch holes in the top and bottom and run floral wire through the sign as well as through the back of the wreath. 

Creating a beautiful oversized bow for this wreath, the EZ Bow Maker makes it a breeze!

Check out the full video tutorial for this grapevine wreath here on my Youtube Channel!

“Don’t forget to tag Hard Working Mom in your wreaths on Facebook & Instagram using @hardworkingmom & @hardworkinglori

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