In this post, you’ll find the directions to make an early spring grapevine cone topiary. Perfect to transition your decor from winter into spring!
Hi everyone! Today is February 10 and you know what that means, don’t you? It’s time for Ten on the 10th where ten of us bloggers share some thrifty ideas that cost $10 or less.
I don’t know about you but I’m really yearning for spring. It has been unusually cold here in South Carolina. In fact, I cannot remember a time when the temps have been so low for so long. As soon as Valentine’s Day is over, I will be springing up the place even though the weather may not be cooperating!
Early Spring Grapevine Cone Topiary
I got my idea while perusing a very popular home decor catalog which was filled with faux spring florals. As soon as I saw one particular item, I hopped online and ordered it. While on the website, I spotted a spring garland that I thought would be beautiful on our mantel.
But I did NOT like the price especially since I knew I could make something similar for much less. And you know how one thing leads to another, right? I was thinking about other things I could make to coordinate with the garland!
The garland costs $19. 99 but it is 50% off this week and I only used a part of it.
In most cases, I was able to tuck the end of each branch into the grapevine and then used a small amount of hot glue to secure the ends.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my early spring grapevine cone topiary today. For more spring inspiration, be sure to check out the posts below from the Ten on the 10th Team.