I usually buy a fresh wreath each year from the Boy Scouts, but this year I decided to make a wreath with materials I had in my stash. The red pip and holly berry garland against a grapevine wreath makes a perfect rustic wreath. My mom gave me this gorgeous red pip and holly berry garland years ago, and I lost most of it over time. I used the remanents of my favorite old garland to add a winter berry finish to my wreath. The wreath can be made in only a few minutes. Simply wrap the red pip berry garland—as much as you want—around the grapevine, then fill in the gaps with the holly berry garland.
DIY WINTER BERRY HOLIDAY WREATH TUTORIAL
STEP 1: Tuck one end of the red pip berry garland in the grapevine wreath. Weave the garland in and around the wreath. Tuck the end in the grapevine wreath.
STEP 2: Tuck one end of the holly berry garland in the grapevine wreath in a spot that isn’t filled with the red pip berry. Weave the holly berry in the gaps left by the red pip berry garland. Tuck in end.
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