DIY Mini Faux Boxwood Wreath With Mason Jar Lids

4 Materials
15 Minutes
Adding boxwood to home decorating has become hugely popular. Unfortunately, I don't have a green thumb, so growing my own is not an option. That's why I always turn to faux greenery and flowers when I am decorating.
I had a bunch of this faux boxwood left over from a previous project. Instead of letting it go to waste, I decided to add some fun mini wreaths to the kitchen backspash.
I used the extra mason jar lids I had laying around from when I made the luminaries. I cut off small pieces from the boxwood and glued them to the inside and outside of the mason jar lid until it was completely covered.
The metal lid was almost not visible once the greens were added.
Add a cute burlap loop for a cute farmhouse style look. I love the way it looks against the white woodgrain.
This project was surprisingly pretty easy and quick. It adds s much to the walls in the kitchen. I think I might even add small red bows for the holiday season.
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