Make these simple and inexpensive DIY boxwood wreaths for decor that will last from Christmas through winter time.
I made these easy DIY boxwood wreaths last weekend, and they are one of my absolute favorite simple winter/Christmas DIYs so far!
DIY Boxwood Wreaths Method One: The Hanger Wreath Form
- fresh boxwood trimmings (from you yard or local nursery or garden center)
- wire hangers
Bend your hanger into a circle.
Start cutting spring of boxwood. Lay and form them around your wire hanger circle.
Secure the boxwood with twine every few inches as you go.
Tie the twine with a double knot. Then cut of the loose ends.
Method Two: Dollar Store Wreaths
Follow the exact same method as above, but instead you can use a grapevine wreath from the dollar store. It’s way too easy!
There you have it! My boxwood wreaths – two ways. I think they are the perfect compliment to my winter decor. I hung them up well before Christmas, and they probably won’t come down until Valentine’s Day. They have started to dry a bit, and they maintain their color quite well. I will just have to be careful with the wreath in the entry as it dries – so we aren’t bumping it with coats and bags too much!
Love the simple craft! I will definitely be doing this! Thanks for sharing!!