How to Make a Boxwood Wreath

3 Materials
$5
30 Minutes
Easy

We recently painted our front door a lovely light green. However, it was feeling a little naked... and seriously needed a wreath. In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a boxwood wreath. A natural boxwood wreath is beautiful and simple, easily made with fresh clippings.

Step 1: Collect boxwood clippings.


We've got two boxwood plants on our porch -- one plant has done wonderfully and the other struggles. I decided to grab my clippings from the sad plant, in hopes that a little pruning might help it perk up. So -- if you have boxwood care tips, feel free to share in the comments!

Step 2: Choose a wreath form. I didn't have a wreath form on hand but did have some old embroidery hoops. Since I was going for a smaller wreath, an embroidery hoop made perfect sense. Of course, any wreath form will do just fine!

Step 3: Attach clippings to the outside of the wreath form with floral wire. Overlap each end with the next clipping.


Step 4: Attach clippings to the inside of the wreath form, working to hide the floral wire by continuing to overlap.

Isn't it darling? Pretty and petite, a simple but beautiful addition to our front door. Have you ever made a wreath from natural materials? If so, what kind? I'd love to hear!


P.S. If you'd like to see more of our entryway, click here to see the Spring Tour of our Entry.

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