Grapevine Topiaries

Lighted grapevine ball with evergreen

What You'll Need:

Urns 
10" Grapevine Balls
Pine
Holly
Gold Spary Paint
Black Acrylic Paint
Renaissance Brown Metallic Acrylic Paint
50 Light Set
Spanish Moss
Floral Wire
Chenille Stem
Paint Brushes
Thick Designer Tacky Glue
Dowel Rod
Heavy Wire Coat Hanger
Wire Cutters
Scissors

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Difficulty Level: Intermediate 
Approximate Time: 1 Hour (Not Including Dry Time)

How to Make Grapevine Topiaries

Welcome guests to your home with a pair of softly lit Grapevine Topiaries right outside of your front door. They look beautiful with evergreen and holly accents in the winter, but you can update them with florals for every season.
 
  • 1 Spray paint balls

    Lightly spray paint the balls gold. Let dry completely.

  • 2 Paint urns

    Paint urns black and let dry. Dry brush the brown metallic paint randomly onto the urns. Let dry completely.

  • 3 Arrange pine & holly in urn

    Place floral foam inside the urns. Cut some pine and holly picks. Add some Thick Designer Tacky Glue on the stem ends and insert into foam. Top with Spanish moss.

  • 4 Attach grapevine ball

    Take a 6" section of heavy wire and bend into a U. Hook wire around a section of the ball and press down into the center of the floral foam. Use a dowel rod inserted from the top of the ball to press down on the wire. Repeat with other ball.

  • 5 Insert lights

    Insert lights into each ball. Use floral wire to help secure several sections of lights to the ball.