DIY Boxwood Wreath

Perfect indoors or out, this DIY Boxwood Wreath was so simple and inexpensive to make!

Perfect indoors or out, this DIY Boxwood Wreath was so simple and inexpensive to make!
 

After kicking off our porch makeover with this Vintage Window Flower Box, I just knew I’d have to find some way to carry on the green! And honestly, what porch would be complete without a pretty wreath hanging on the door?

Head on over to Table + Hearth to read all about how I put this perfect little wreath together in just 15 minutes and for less than $15!

Check out how I put this perfect little wreath together in just 15 minutes and for less than $15!
 

Wishing you SUCH a lovely day!
 
PS. Find me sharing here and Savvy Southern Style.

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54 thoughts on “DIY Boxwood Wreath

  1. Great minds think alike??? haha I have the window. I have the boxwood wreath in front. I have the burlap ribbon. I love it still – and your photo reminded me how much, because I was still compelled to click on your link. Very pretty.
    Michelle from simplysantabarbara.blogspot.com

    1. Awwww, thank you Amy! I’ve been obsessed with them for years, but could never justify the price tag, so you can imagine how thrilled I was to finally find a way to have one of my very own for less than $15!

    1. Thank you Laurie! I’m still amazed at how quick and easy it was to put together … why did I wait so long to try this?! And I absolutely adore that window! Thanks again girl!

  2. I saw an old window like this at the thrift store today. Now I have to go back tomorrow and hopefully grab it. I love it with the boxwood!

  3. I absolutely love how this wreath turned out! Because boxwood wreaths typically are not the cheapest wreaths, this tutorial is awesome! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    1. Thanks Amanda! I’ve never been able to bring myself to buy one for that very reason, so I cannot believe it took me so long to make one of my own!

  4. I love this wreath! It is beyond adorable. My hubby bought me and antique window and I’ve been looking for great ways to jazz it up and showcase it in our house. This is such a cute idea!

    1. Thanks Lauree! You’re totally right! I actually hadn’t thought of that, but changing out the ribbon would definitely be an easy way to change the look. Thank you!

  5. Hi Kristi! Love this boxwood wreath! It’s such a versatile piece and the price can’t be beat! Just wanted to let you know I’m sharing your wreath on My Favorite Things roundup today! Have a wonderful weekend!

    1. Awwwww, how exciting!!! Thank you SO much Amanda! I’m thrilled that you loved it enough to share! Hope you had a wonderful weekend my friend!

  6. Hi Kristi!
    I found you through the Natasha in Oz linkup.
    I love this boxwood wreath and so simple! I have been wanting to make one for a long time and meant to buy the boxwood garland at Dollarama in Canada before we moved here to the USA…but never got around to it. I will check my Michaels here.
    I am happy to have found another great Canadian blogger that I can check in on to see a little piece of home! 🙂

    1. Awwwww, well thank you SO much Kimberly!!! I always love “meeting” fellow Canadian bloggers! I’m so happy you love the wreath! It was so easy and inexpensive to make, I’m still kicking myself for not trying it sooner!!!

  7. hi there- love this. I made a similar one, but I didn’t take the time to remove the stems. I see the difference. Would love if you shared this on Friday Favorites starting tonight! laura

    1. Thank you SO much Laura! It was definitely a quick and inexpensive way to grab a bunch of greenery and spread it out just where I needed to. Will definitely pop by to link up, thanks again!

  8. Hi, Kristi ~ Thanks for sharing this project at the Merry Monday Link Party last week! I loved this wreath and the ease with which you made it! And that’s why I chose it as my featured project. Hope you’ll link up with us again! Also hope you’re having a great weekend!

    1. I’m so happy you love it Kait! It’s got such a classic look and I’m so happy I was able to re-create it so easily (and quickly)! Thanks so much!

  9. So I had to comb your blog to find this tutorial this morning because I want to make this wreath and I remembered you did a post on it. I hope mine turns out as cute as yours! Thanks again for posting this. Boxwood wreaths are so expensive. I have one but can’t bring myself to buy second. I/m so excited to make this!

    1. Oh gooooood, I’m so happy you found it (even if it did take some work – maybe I should move my search bar up)!!! I absolutely LOVE boxwood too – I’ve had mine up all year long. 🙂 Thanks so much Amanda!!!

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