I made this mini grapevine wreath ornament set and I love them! They’re kitchy and cute, but full of farmhouse Christmas charm!
Mini Grapevine Wreath Ornament Set
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are all about Christmas ornaments. I mean, every year I go through a whole long exercise of making ornaments for both my own tree and for gifts. I just love gifting and ornaments seem like such a perfect thing to give, especially if you know they’ll open the gift before the big C-day.
So, when I saw this pack of itty-bitty mini grapevine wreaths, I knew I needed to make a mini grapevine wreath ornament set so that I could give a little and keep a couple. If you’re ready to make some fun tiny wreath ornaments, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make This Farmhouse holiday Craft
- Start by downloading the mini grapevine wreath ornament SVG set here. You can make so much more with this Christmas cut file set than just little ornaments, but it’s perfectly sized for these little wreaths.
- If you can’t find some of those mini-wreaths in the craft store, that’s ok, you can grab some here and make the whole set of ornaments.
- Now, you can use heat transfer vinyl, like I did, or you can use permanent vinyl. The only reason I chose heat transfer is because that’s what I had on hand. I like heat transfer vinyl a lot. But, having used some permanent vinyl that then pulled off my blank, I recommend sealing it with a light coat of craft sealant, if you choose to go with the permanent vinyl.
How Do I Make this Mini Grapevine Wreath Ornament Set?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- Cricut Explore Air2, Cricut Joy or Cricut Maker
- Cricut EasyPress Mini
- Hot Glue Gun & Glue
- With one of the grapevine wreaths as a template, trace and cut out around the outer edge of the wreath onto the cardboard to make cardboard circle the same outer diameter as the wreath. Don't glue the wreath to the cardboard--we'll do that after painting. Cut 6 cardboard circles in total.
- Paint half of your cardboard circles with the white paint and the other three with the black paint. Allow this to dry completely.
- Download the mini grapevine wreath cut file and upload it to Cricut Design Space. Decide which you want on the white backed wreaths and which on the black. Cut the corresponding lettering using opposite color heat transfer vinyl. Remember to mirror the images. Also, I recommend that you select “attach” or “weld” to turn them into one piece so I don't have to try to line up the letters later.
- Weed the vinyl and apply each phrase to each painted circle, as desired.
- Tie a 4-inch long piece of ribbon to the top of each wreath to make a hanger for the ornament.
- Hot glue the ribbon-topped wreath to a text-laden cardboard circle.
- Attach one of the holiday buttons to the bottom side of each wreath and hang from the tree!
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More DIY Ornaments You Might Like
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- Grinch Gnome Ornament – I love gnomes and I love the Grinch–so this is the most perfect ornament for me, of course.
- Mini Sock Gnome Ornament – Never know what to do with those odd bits of sock left out when you make a sock gnome? Their time has come.
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