Well I am still looking around for you. So far I found this. To make the vine wreath, scout for muscadine grapevines in the woods. Wind and wrap the fresh vine in a circle, and leave tendrils for texture and interest. The wreath will dry hard and last for years. The grapevine wreath is handsome on its own, but you easily can add or subtract ornamentation such as dried flowers, seed pods, berry-laden boughs or ribbon. Often these elements can be woven into the wreath, eliminating the need for a hot-glue gun.
You can shape the vines by wrapping them around nails for an interesting pattern (draw a pattern and then place nails into a sturdy board in that pattern.) You can reshape dried vines simply by soaking them until they are pliable. Bend them into any shape you desire, secure them well and let them dry in that shape.