DIY Boxwood Fall Wreath

5 Materials
10 Minutes

If you’ve been on the hunt for an affordable boxwood wreath look no further! This DIY wreath uses dollar store and Amazon finds to create a gorgeous boxwood fall style wreath for a fraction of the cost of buying one already made. To see more design inspo check out my Instagram!


Wrap your first Boxwood garland around your wreath form.

Secure the ends of your garland by hooking the ends together. Repeat this with your second garland.

Apply hot glue directly to the wreath form to secure pine cones to.

Make sure you hold the pine cones to the glue for a few seconds so they are very secure.

That’s it! You’re ready to hang your wreath. You could add pumpkins, sticks, leaves or anything else your heart desires. Be creative and enjoy!

Not the best video quality, but here’s a look at me making my wreath!

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  • Wendy Wendy on Oct 02, 2019

    I love how simply pretty it is!

  • Jennifer Jennifer on Oct 02, 2019

    I'm not a wreath person but have been looking for other things to make with pine cones. I have a couple of buckets full and some boxwood from an old garland I took apart years ago! This looks like so pretty, love it! My newest pine cone projects were flowers (roses) and wall art! I'm gonna make this wreath for a friend of mine, she will love it!!