Do you love boxwood wreaths but don’t want to shell out the money to pay for one? In my research I found boxwood wreaths to cost $20 to greater than $100. If you are looking for ways to add budget friendly accessories this is the perfect post for you!*This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
Here I will show you how to make your own boxwood wreath for around $10.
TOOLS FOR BOXWOOD WREATH
- Scissors or wire cutters
- Glue gun
SUPPLIES FOR BOXWOOD WREATH
- Grapevine wreath – I used the 14″ one from Hobby Lobby – cost is $3.99
- Artificial boxwood garland purchased from Hobby Lobby – mine was on sale for 50% off.
- 4 ply (1 lb.) jute – I used this one
STEPS FOR BOXWOOD WREATH
Step 1) I started out by trimming any extra loose pieces on the grapevine wreath with the wire cutters. Then I pulled the stems off and glued them to the wreath with the glue gun. I used bamboo sticks/skewers to hold the stems in place to avoid burning my self with the hot glue. I made one pass along the whole wreath and then made another pass adding extra stems in bare spots. Finally I threaded jute in the back of the wreath to hang it on my back door.
Just this little greenery really adds so much to the Farmhouse Kitchen Nook.