going on at Rhoda’s today!
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…
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!
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!