How to Make a Boxwood Wreath for $10

3 Materials
1 Hour
Do you love boxwood wreaths but don't want to shell out the money to pay for one? In my research I found boxwood wreaths to cost $20 to greater than $100. If you are looking for ways to add budget friendly accessories this is the perfect post for you!

Here I will show you how to make your own boxwood wreath for around $10.

To get started I trimmed the wreath for any loose ends and then I removed the stems from the boxwood plant.
Next I glued them onto the wreath with a hot glue gun.

Here is the progress about half way through.
I made a complete pass over the whole wreath then filled in spots where it was still bare.
I added some jute by threading it through the back of the wreath and hung it on the back door.
 Just this little greenery really added so much to my Farmhouse Kitchen Nook.
Want to see what else I did to this space? Check out How to Shiplap a Bay Window and How to DIY a Faux Brick Wall.

Thank you so much for sticking around to learn how to make this wreath. Don't you love it when a DIY is so much cheaper than buying?


Suggested materials:
  • Grapevine wreath   (Hobby Lobby)
  • Artificial boxwood plant   (Hobby Lobby)
  • Jute   (Joanns)
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