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Easy DIY Grapevine Topiary

I love a climbing plant and because I’m not good with houseplants, I decided to make a faux climbing topiary for my bathroom.

This Grapevine Topiary is an easy DIY project and you will learn how to make a topiary in about 30 minutes. You only need a few supplies and you will love the results. Best of all, you don’t have to worry about killing it. LOL

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Supplies for Grapevine Topiary

Supplies to make a Topiary

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How to make a Topiary

Step 1 – Secure the Grapevine

Begin by pushing one of the wooden sticks into the styrofoam in order to secure the grapevine to the container,

Use sticks attached to styrofoam to make a DIY Grapevine Topiary

Apply hot glue to the bottom of the styrofoam and press into the bottom of the container. Hold until secure.

Press styrofoam and stick into the bottom of the container

Next, separate a section of the grapevine wreath to allow the stick to be pushed through. Then use the second stick to push through another section of the grapevine and into the styrofoam. Using two sticks will hold the grapevine more securely.

In addition, add a few drops of hot glue around the sticks for extra stability.

Attach the grapevine to the stick in the center of the container

Lastly, fill in around with spanish moss to hide the styrofoam.

Add moss to the base of the container for Grapevine Topiary

I love making topiaries and here is one I shared last spring called Easy DIY Topiaries You Can Make Yourself. In addition, if you are looking for a container, you might like this tutorial on How to Age Clay Pots.


Make the Topiary

To create the climbing topiary, begin by cutting several pieces of the faux greenery stem.

Faux stems to make a topiary

Apply a generous bundle at the base of the grapevine to cover the sticks that are exposed. Then begin to apply the smaller cuttings by weaving them into the grape vine as though they are climbing up. Use small amounts of hot glue to secure the cuttings in place.

How to make a DIY Topiary

Finished Grapevine Topiary

Ta Da! See how easy that was. This project took less than 30 minutes to complete and I love the greenery in my master bathroom.

Topiary with candle

Antique Candle Co. – Perfect addition to the bathroom and they have the best scents available.


I have used the Grapevine Topiary all around this farmhouse. Here it is grouped with these Fresh Boxwood & Lemon Topiaries. See the full tutorial here.

Grapevine Topiary with DIY Boxwood and Lemon Topiaries

How to Make a Topiary Tutorials

Topiaries are so much fun, especially for spring. I have several tutorials on How to make a Topiary and if you click on any of the highlighted links it will take you to the other options.

DIY Grapevine Topiary in Bathroom

Here is a smaller version that I made previously. It was the inspiration for the larger one I’m sharing today. You can get creative and use any type of greenery for your climbing topiary. I’d like to try ivy next!

Did you see the wreath I made using Terra Cotta Pots? It was another fun project and you can see it here.

Small DIY Grapevine Topiary in copper container

It looks perfect in this vintage copper container. I

love using vintage and you can learn more about my thrift store shopping here.


What Video Tutorial here

I hope you enjoyed this easy DIY Grapevine Topiary Tutorial. Please feel free to ask any questions and your suggestions are always welcome.

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Thistlekeeping - Thistlewood Farm

Saturday 30th of April 2022

[…] This DIY grapevine topiary […]

Rachel

Saturday 30th of April 2022

Thank you for sharing

Sarah Wallace

Thursday 3rd of March 2022

I so want to come craft with you!

Rachel

Friday 4th of March 2022

I'd love that.

Jessica

Thursday 3rd of March 2022

This is such a great tip to keep adorable topiary around!

Rachel

Friday 4th of March 2022

Jessica, Thanks for your sweet comment.

Cindy@CountyRoad407

Thursday 3rd of March 2022

To be included in your round up was such an honor. Thank you! And your topiaries are genius. I've never thought to use a grapevine wreath or anything other than a ball on the top of a stick so I'm super excited to try this. You always make things look easy so it's on my list! pinned

Rachel

Friday 4th of March 2022

Cindy, I'm so glad you like it.

Brendt Blanks

Thursday 3rd of March 2022

This is my kind of topiary! Love that you shared a gorgeous faux option, I can't wait to make it.

Rachel

Friday 4th of March 2022

Brendt, I'm so glad you like it.