How To Make A Boxwood Wreath….

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Hello Everyone!!
I’m back today with another spring project for the Door Decor Spring Fling Party
going on at Rhoda’s today!
This was yet another project inspired from my Spring Mantel. I had made a small boxwood wreath for that project & I wanted a larger one for the door in my kitchen. I love the simplicity of boxwood wreaths & LOVE the touch of “spring” they can bring into a room just by adding pop of green!!


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See what I mean?!
Very Springy…..don’t ya think?! 🙂
I started off with just this plain, 12″ grapevine wreath that I got at JoAnn Fabric’s. I think it was $3.99.
Then, I just went out to my backyard & started trimming my boxwoods to get the greenery I would need for the wreath. Between the front yard & the back, we have six boxwood bushes, so there is plenty to go around! 🙂

Then, I brought the greenery inside & got ready to go to work!

I just started working the boxwood clippings into the grapevine wreath little by little.

I would also reinforce  the clippings with a bit of hot glue from time to time…

At first, I didn’t know what the hot glue would do to the boxwood clippings ( I thought that it might damage/kill them), but I did this same thing when making the smaller wreath for my mantel & a week later it is still looking green & pretty!

You just continue to add the clippings all the way around the wreath until you are done. I tried to keep all the clippings going in the same direction to give it a more uniform look.

Once the grapevine wreath is covered in the boxwood clippings, you may have to give it a little haircut….I did mine!! I trimmed around the edges, just like I would if I were trimming a bush, making sure they were all even!

Once the wreath was complete, I cut out a piece of fabric to make a bow & hang it from my door. I like to just make a small cut in the fabric & then just rip it the rest of the way to give it a frayed look. You can do whatever you like! 🙂 You could even skip using the fabric & opt for a ribbon instead.

Then I just hung it from my door!

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This was such a simple & easy project! I think it literally took me a hour from start to finish! And I just love the way it looks hanging from my door! 🙂

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I hope you all enjoyed this little tutorial and I hope I’ve inspired you to make one of your own!!
Thanks for stopping by!!!
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  1. love it…made a small one for Christmas and hung it on my wall inside a white frame…going to make a fresh one now…love the damask fabric ribbon!!

  2. I am so pinning this project, Tonya– I’ve got boxwoods out the ying yang and somehow this one never occured to me! Thanks for inspiring!
    xo Heidi

  3. Tonya this is beautiful! Your tutorial seems pretty simple for such a stunning wreath! I really love the fabric, too!

    Take care,


  4. it looks so pretty! i love when you can use bits of nature!

  5. oh my gosh! This is gorgeous! and love the ribbon as well!

  6. Very pretty an Springy! 🙂 I love the color of the fabric. Your mantel is beautiful too btw, you always do such a wonderful job.

  7. mmmmmm very very pretty – so fresh and crisp and springy! I wish we had boxwoods…nothing is really alive here yet but I’m ANTICIPATING! BEAUTIFUL WREATH PROJECT!


  8. Thanks for stopping by A Step in the Journey! The bunting is my favorite part of the wreath too. AND I must say….that boxwood is GORGEOUS! With my black thumb I’d kill it before it even made it to the door, but you seem to have a knack for the GREEN beauty!

  9. So pretty! I love how you hot glued hte boxwood onto the wreath, hot glue can solve almost anything!


  10. It’s really beautiful!! ~ Jamie

  11. It’s very simple, but I love the simplicity of it:) Plus, it helps since it reminds of Spring!!!

  12. Oh my, take a bow!

    You’ve put a “spring” in my step with your creative loveliness.

    Have a blessed day!

  13. I just found your blog through my visit to Southern Hospitality.
    Your boxwood wreath is so beautiful. I like the simplicity.
    Love your pallet art too.

  14. LOVE boxwood wreaths and they are so expensive. I have two boxwood hedges and a few bushes in the back. Guess what I am gong to this weekend. 🙂 Thank you so much for this easy yet brillant tutorial!

  15. Anonymous says:

    wow that turned out awesome! I think i could even do that. UMM one question i have tonya noticed that you posted this at 5:00 in the morning!!!!!! What the heck are you doin up sooo early.REALLY!!!

    Love you nancy

  16. Yes, that is really springy and fun, I’d love to have something similar if only I had access to some boxwood! That is such a classic wreath – how long do they last before they dry out?

  17. This is such a cute idea! I love reading your blog and all of your crafty ideas!

  18. SO pretty! Love the fresh and natural look. Hmmmm……maybe I should trim my boxwoods?!

  19. I LOVE Boxwoods – what a lovely wreath, and so much nicer than the pricey ones at Target. Curious too to know how long the green lasted? But even for a short season it seems worth it. : )

  20. Tonya, this is such a fantastic idea! I have 6 boxwoods out front that are due for a trimming soon. I pinned this so I can come back and use your tutorial!

  21. Your wreath is absolutely perfect! And nothing like some beautiful greens to say “welcome Spring!”

  22. I love this! Boxwood is now on my list of things I need to plant. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. How long will the wreath last before it dies? It’s stunning! I have boxwoods and considered this but even the preserved ones dry out. I was just curious! Thanks

  25. this is so incredibly beautiful! i’ve included this post on one of my “favorite things” wreath edition posts. thank you for sharing your talent!

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