It is almost time to go green and try your luck… St. Patrick’s day is around the corner and I decided to create yet another wreath! Making a wreath for each season is a lot of fun but can eat away into your decorating budget very quickly. Every season, I attempt to decorate my grapevine wreath using what I have on hand, trying my best to keep it under $5. Remember this Valentine’s Day wreath I created? Here is my fun and colorful and green DIY St. Patrick’s day wreath!
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Materials needed to make the Easy DIY St. Patrick’s Day Wreath
- Grapevine wreath
- Pipe cleaners/chenille stems in assorted rainbow colors
- Cotton Balls
- Metallic Shamrock decorative wire garland (I got this last year on clearance from Joann for $0.70)
- Drop cloth scraps (or any other fabric scraps you may have)
- Jute twine
- Hot glue gun
How to make the easy St. Patrick’s Day wreath –
Step 1 – Wrap the grapevine wreath with the shamrock wire.Step 2 – Collect the chenille stems into the rainbow colors and twisted their ends together forming a rainbow.
Step 3 – Tuck the rainbow into the grapevine wreath. Also, tuck 3 cotton balls on each end of the rainbow.
Step 4 – Time to make the little banner – Cut 5 diamonds out of drop cloth scraps and use markers to write “LUCKY” in different colors.
Step 5 – Hot glue the diamonds onto a jute twine to create a banner.
Step 6 – Attach the banner to the wreath by tucking it into the grapevine wreath. as needed and we have a simple and rustic St Patrick’s Day wreath!
That’s it! Here is the simple and rustic St Patrick’s Day wreath! It took me only 30 minutes to make and it was FREE because I had all the supplies on hand. If you had to buy them, they would cost less than $5 if you already have the grapevine wreath on hand.
I reused the grapevine for every season of the year for under $10.
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