How to make a wreath using boxwood is a simple and a quick way to add a touch of Christmas your space. Whether you are hanging your Christmas wreath over a mantel, on a wall or your front door, a living boxwood wreath is sure to add a pop of beautiful green color.
Wayfair challenged a group of bloggers to create a holiday wreath that would reflect their style and holiday home decor. The timing was perfect because I joined a group of bloggers for a Holiday Idea Exchange which is a pinterest board where you will find “never before seen” holiday crafts, home decor inspiration and recipes and the best part, you can join in the fun and have your holiday projects pinned to the board as well.
Keep reading, more on that in a few…….
How to make a wreath using boxwood
I found my Christmas decorations from last year and chose pinecone garland, faux red berries and red Christmas ribbon to embellish my boxwood wreath.
Next, I simply cut the faux berries from the branch and hot glued them to the wreath. SO easy!
I snipped the pinecones from the garland and glued them around the wreath as well. You can buy small pinecones at your local craft store, I just wanted to use what I had so I used an existing piece of garland. In this photo below, I chose to hang the wreath with a wider ribbon but decided I wanted to add ribbon to the four corners instead.
I used thin red velvet ribbon to frame each of the four corners of the wreath. I cut the ribbon to size and glued the ends together.
I love how the boxwood wreath looks on our front door. Simple and elegant.
Don’t forget to join me and the rest of these bloggers below for our holiday pinning party that starts tonight at 8pm CST and will last for two hours. How do you join in the fun? Simply follow our Holiday Idea Exchange board. If you are a blogger, use the hashtag #HOLIDAYIDEAEXCHANGE in your pinterest pin description and tweet the pin. Easy! While you are at it, feel free to follow all 10 participating bloggers on pinterest!
Projects can be for any fall/winter holiday (Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s, etc.) from this year, and they can be anything from gift ideas to recipes to home decor projects–and everything in between! Participants are limited to five total projects.
If you are not a blogger, please follow the board for seasonal inspiration through the holidays. It’s always nice to see projects on pinterest that are brand new!
I will be pinning our boxwood wreath to our Holiday Idea Exchange pinterest board to kick off the party and hope you will follow along throughout the holiday season. The red and green really pop against our dark stained door. How to make a wreath using boxwood is an easy craft that took me about 15 minutes. The hardest part was digging out my Christmas decorations and deciding what to decorate the wreath with. I have never had a living boxwood wreath and I must say, this one is beautiful and adds beautiful holiday charm to our front door. Thank you Wayfair for sending me such a beauty! You can see my wreath as well as other blogger holiday wreaths at the Wayfair holiday idea lounge.
Disclosure: I did receive a complimentary boxwood wreath from Wayfair. All opinions and words are 100% my own. The wreath is truly fabulous!