I have always loved to make things with grapevine wreaths because they are relatively cheap to purchase, and can be found at most places like craft stores and Walmart for example. I never like anything that stays permanently, so literally, if I am using a grapevine indoors one can just "stick the decor into the woven pieces of grapevine and usually it will stay until you want to change it into something else" Of course, if using outside or on a door like this that is constantly moving or in direct contact with the weather, I will "wire" pieces onto the wreath to ensure that they stay in place.
For this post I'm showing an old wreath that has seen its day, yes it is over 15 years old and falling apart, it is also not substantial to be placed on a front door anymore, adding pieces to make it more substantial and pretty, I have added whatever I had laying around the house! I first backed it by wiring the grapevine on top of the "egg wreath" and the simply wiring a few odds and ends flowers and greenery (left over from other projects), then using spools of leftover ribbon I added a simple tied on bow and to that I had a spool of leftover purple thinner ribbon and simply tied that on top of the other ribbon! This took approximately 15 minutes to create! From throw-away junk to dashing trash! This wreath has some new life and I did not have to buy anything! From scrappy & crappy to simply adorable! Happy Spring! I hope you'll create your new beauty!