DIY Twig Cross Wreath

twig cross with flowers and a bow on a interior table

This grapevine twig cross wreath form is in stock at Trendy Tree. It’s about 24″ in ht and 14.5″ in width. It was very easy to add a small floral bundle and a simple bow.

Easy DIY Project

I didn’t use any hot glue on this project because I like to repurpose things later on. It will be easy to remove the floral bouquet and bow and add something new in a few weeks. The cross will make a perfect patriotic wreath too!

Supplies & tools you’ll need

The products are available at Trendy Tree and the items below include my affiliate links. Some of the tools are available on Amazon.


Purple Lavender Bush = 35039CMGN Mixed Green Cream Bush

Lavender Swiss Dot Ribbon = RGC130213 1.5″ Scallop Edge Ribbon

Other subs:

RG01048G6 1.5″ Lavender White Ginggham Check

63097LV Lavender Filler Bush

13539PU Purple Wax Flower

6919-purple Lavender Berry Spray

84266 Purple Lavender Filler Bush

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I love the natural look of this grapevine cross. However, I am toying with the thought of painting it cream or white. My front door is dark brown and it would show up much better in a lighter color. It looks fine closeup on the door, but not much curb appeal.

grapevine cross with flowers and a purple bow
Twig Cross on My Front Door

I could spray paint the twig cross wreath white or ivory, change out the floral, add a red, white, and blue bow, and make it a patriotic decoration for Memorial Day. It would work hanging on the door from May to July 4th with a patriotic design. We’ll see))) That’s why I try to avoid making anything permanent so that I can repurpose it later))

Wreath Making Tips

  1. Save leftover pieces of florals. They may come in handy later.
  2. A small bow like the one on the cross can be made with scrap ribbon.
  3. Use wire cutters to cut wire and not your scissors.
  4. Check the back for anything that might scratch your door.
  5. Clean up your craft table after each project. It makes starting a new project more fun.


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